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Old 02-24-2005, 10:54 AM   #11 (permalink)
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@flex clock/memory speed plus the GT and Ultra have more pipelines than the standard.
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So the Ultra is just a bit faster than the GT? The price difference is... well, huge.
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6600's and 6800's ati has beteter ones though
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mine worked fine out of the box.

I would go with NVIDIA this time round. ATI did better with the 9 series.
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6600GT, best value for your money. And eventually u can get a second when u want to upgrade next.
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