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Albatron GeForce FX6800GT, 256M, 8XAGP, VGA/DVI/TVDecent c..

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Anonymous
November 23, 2004 6:52:33 AM

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Just thats the cheapest GT card i can get in Australia.


So do you think its worth buying, i mean is it a decent brand anyone
had any probs with this card ??

Also do you think its worth buying if i ony have a mobile 2500 running
at 2.4ghz ???, or do you think the card wont be used to its fullest
unless i have a 64bit cpu and should not bother buying the 6800 GT
card, and mabye go for the 6600Gt instead ?

Any comments please.
Anonymous
November 23, 2004 6:52:34 AM

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In article <d664q0p82s2u0mcaiergug8vlg6973dgrt@4ax.com>, 2221@1.com
says...
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> Just thats the cheapest GT card i can get in Australia.
>
>
> So do you think its worth buying, i mean is it a decent brand anyone
> had any probs with this card ??
>
> Also do you think its worth buying if i ony have a mobile 2500 running
> at 2.4ghz ???, or do you think the card wont be used to its fullest
> unless i have a 64bit cpu and should not bother buying the 6800 GT
> card, and mabye go for the 6600Gt instead ?
>
> Any comments please.
>
Well, your CPU would certainly be a limiting factor in getting top
performance out of a Geforce 6800 GT. A regular 6800 or 6600 GT might
make more sense unless you also plan to upgrade your CPU and motherboard
in the near future.
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