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jimmy burke 06-12-11 02:44 PM

I need to replace my EVGA 8800 GT for $100-$150
Hey everyone, I tried doing a bunch of research on what card to get but I give up and I'm just gonna ask here. :headexplode:

I built my system. Has an asus p52 deluxe mobo, intel 3.16 ghz processor, 4 gb ocz ddr2 ram. My former gpu was an evga 8800 gt. It was working fine and then died, upon inspection the heatsink vents were clogged with cat hair/dust and it toasted itself.

I liked that card, it played BFBC2 pretty well and did what I needed it to. Now, I would like to upgrade my motherboard, screen, and processor in the future but for now I just need a graphics card that is similar in performance or better than my 8800 that is around $100-$150.

My max resolution at the moment is 1650x1080, samsung 2253bw.

Thanks for your guys help.

Pennyboy 06-12-11 05:24 PM

Re: I need to replace my EVGA 8800 GT for $100-$150
I would go for a GTX 560 or if you can spend a little extra get the 560ti.

Roadhog 06-12-11 06:07 PM

Re: I need to replace my EVGA 8800 GT for $100-$150
gtx 560 is out of his budget.

Best card for your budget will be a Radeon HD 6850, or a 6770 on the low end of your budget.



Intel17 06-12-11 07:15 PM

Re: I need to replace my EVGA 8800 GT for $100-$150
NVIDIA Flavor: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814133326

AMD Flavor: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-348-_-Product

jimmy burke 06-12-11 08:45 PM

Re: I need to replace my EVGA 8800 GT for $100-$150
I'm confused why some of the GTX550's are cheaper than the GTX450's....Also, I am brand loyal to the Nvidia chipset so I'm going to stick with that. I could push it up to $200 if I had to, but I want something as good as my 8800GT, it really doesn't need to be any better. I'll just buy a kick ass GPU in a year or two when I replace my mobo.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814125367 <This one is cheaper than some of the 460's and it looks like it has superior performance in most of the categories....(scratches head)

Inglo 06-13-11 01:22 PM

Re: I need to replace my EVGA 8800 GT for $100-$150
I just upgraded my SLI 8800 GTSes to a GTX 460:


Well not that exactly, I got the super-clocked version (01G-P3-1372-TR) without the lifetime warranty.

An excellent upgrade. $139.99 with the rebate

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