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Old 07-26-2005, 12:25 PM   #11 (permalink)
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OMG I WAS TALKING ABOUT ATI. Not the 6600 right now. If he wants to get a 9800 let him, his own preference. I am tired of every thread turning into an ATI/Nvidia thread. I was simply asking if the x800 prices would drop, not how good the 6600GT is.

Thank you switch for paying attention. And I really was thinking if the x8 prices drop I could get another gaming build.

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Old 07-26-2005, 12:38 PM   #12 (permalink)
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That x800 is a sexy sexy machine. Er... silicon slab... card... whathaveyou.

They should drop pretty soon, though they're basically the best mid-high card out there, (in my opinion) so they might hold their value, which is what I'm afraid of. They do all the sparkle effects that make games look gorgeous much better than the [The competitors]. Even the x800 pro, at the $260 mark (give or take a bit) is a very very good performer, and you can even open up the other pipes to make it an XT. (though, not guarenteed)
...Or, you could just buy an XT.

I think I might shoot for an X8-- for my next card. It looks like it will be just like the 9800 and pull it's weight for years to come.

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