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Old 09-25-2005, 08:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does Leadtek make a good 6600gt? Who makes a good 6600gt?
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Leadtek or eVGA are your best bets.
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Was reading in this months edition of PCworld and CPU that the BFG 6600GT was the best if your not going to overclock because its overclocked slightly for you allready..... But i would still go with an eVGA brand.
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heres a link to a few benchmarks and reviews

6600GT Benchmarks

i have a leadtek A6600gt and it benchmarks pretty damn high compared to other 6600gt's and it overclocks rather well. but if u are to get the PCI express x16 extreme version it will not overclock all that well, it comes out of the box with its optimal settings.
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I agree with Mac, Leadtek or eVGA, in my opinion eVGA.
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leadtek, eVGA, or maybe even gigabyte
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Do a search, this is like one of the most asked questions on the forum. I also can't believe how hard it is to pick out a freaking graphics card. Do a search and read reviews before you post.
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