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MikeC
02-14-08, 09:25 PM
XFX 8800 GTX Video Card for $349 at Tigerdirect (http://nvnews.pricegrabber.com/search_getprod.php/masterid=29051553/search=geforce+8800+gtx/st=product/sv=button)

Bman212121
02-14-08, 09:33 PM
Damn, their giving these things away now. That's one heck of a deal.

Bearclaw
02-14-08, 09:55 PM
That is one heck of a deal. They just raised my credit limit too...

Hmmm..

Thanks MikeC for pointing this out. Now I will be even more in debt. :lol:

amk21
02-15-08, 12:55 AM
Out with the old in with the new... This means that the 8 series is upon us:thumbsup:

SLippe
02-15-08, 12:56 AM
Wow! That's over a hundred dollars less than what I paid for my eVGA 8800GTS KO ACS3 640MB this time last year!

Bearclaw
02-15-08, 12:58 AM
Wow! That's over a hundred dollars less than what I paid for my eVGA 8800GTS KO ACS3 640MB this time last year!
You got PWND.

methimpikehoses
02-15-08, 02:03 AM
Out with the old in with the new... This means that the 8 series is upon us:thumbsup:

8 meaning 9! (nana2)

SLippe
02-15-08, 02:24 AM
You got PWND.
We all do with most PC hardware, as far as cost goes.

Redeemed
02-15-08, 02:42 AM
We all do with most PC hardware, as far as cost goes.
Tell me about it. I bought these two 640MB GTSs on launch week- one I purchased on launch day, the other I purchased that Friday. Guess how much I paid for each? $450! And now I'll be lucky if they sell for half that! :( :thumbdwn:

Oh well, these sure are fast suckers. Really ain't a game I can't play at settings and framerates that I enjoy- including Crysis. :p :D

stncttr908
02-15-08, 09:34 AM
If Hybrid-SLI boards were out maybe I'd go for this and run some mixed-SLI, but alas, I'm still waiting.

Redeemed
02-15-08, 03:18 PM
If Hybrid-SLI boards were out maybe I'd go for this and run some mixed-SLI, but alas, I'm still waiting.
:wtf:

You already have one GTX. This would work perfectly with the one you currently have.

stncttr908
02-16-08, 01:43 PM
:wtf:

You already have one GTX. This would work perfectly with the one you currently have.
Hybrid SLI meaning the mixed onboard/discrete solution to save power, not the mixed-vendor SLI. :)