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Old 10-24-2006, 03:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I was just wondering what is the best AGP card out there? I hear that the best ones are 600 Ultra,7800gt, BFG 7800gs oc, and xfx 7800gs agp extreme edition, in the specs i looks like the xfx beats bfg in the7800 but I was also wondering what is better 7800gs256mbgddr3 or 7600gt512mb gddr2? any answers?
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Old 10-24-2006, 04:17 AM   #2 (permalink)
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the best AGP cards are 7800 GS's. the GT's and GTX's, and the 7900 series are only in PCI-E
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7800GS is the best out right now as said above...

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...Brand=&Local=y
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The best one is BFG 7800GS
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814143046
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7800GS is the best out right now as said above...
Not for long Been seeing a couple agp XT1950's floating around the net.
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i like maroon1 said......the BFG 7800gs OC......im about to order one this week. looks amazing. true the XT1950s are out there, but im just hardcore nvidia. better drivers FTW.

and actually, this is the best AGP card/most expensive/hardest to find/leet bbq
http://www.gainward.net/products/pro...products_id=48
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i know they say that the bfg is the best, but it looks like the xfx agp extreme edition is clocked a little bit higher than the bfg I was just wondering if that made a difference
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it does but xfx arent as good of a board theyt arent as sturdy and stable as bfg am i correct? and oyu can always oc the bfg...
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actually i trust XFX more than i do BFG my friend has had his BFG 7900GTX die on him twice already so he finally went with a XFX 7900GT instead and he says he lovs it
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i'm gonna give up on agp. i upgrade my agp from geforce2 to a geforce 6600 agp. next videocard is gonna pci-e for sure. maybe a 7900 or 7950.
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