The 7600GS AGP is officially here

See for yourself: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16814130036

Alright...thoughts? Recommendations? Does this change your current upgrade plans anyone? Anyone planning to buy this card?
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  1. Well To be honest getting it would be up to you. I mean the 7600GS doesnt look that bad. on paper atleast. would love to see soem benchmarks. I recently got the 7800GS so If you are looking to keep AGP for a bit longer until AMD's 4x4 comes out and then upgrade to PCI-e then I would go with the 7800GS great performance for all the newest games out there. IMHO
  2. Yeah--the reason I think this might sell is because there wan't a decent SM 3.0 capable AGP graphics card that was affordable for mainstream except for the x1600 AGP--and now there's the 7600 GS. If it goes down closer to the GeForce 6600 AGP price range, I bet it'll sell like hot cakes IMO.
  3. I don't really see any AGP card 'selling like hot cakes' really. This should be a good competitor to the X1600XT, as they both perform about the same and are around the same price.
  4. It's a nice card for those who still run AGP. I have to agree with Gary. It will compete with the X1600. Overall, not bad though for the money for though.
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    I don't really see any AGP card 'selling like hot cakes' really. This should be a good competitor to the X1600XT,


    Actually it'll be competing against the PRO, no XT in AGP.

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    as they both perform about the same and are around the same price.


    Actually the XT outperforms the GS and the GS outperforms the pro (more often than not).

    Personally I see this as only being an option for people holind on to top of the line AthlonXP systems.

    Anyone with an S775, S754-939-940 system should look into a motherboard and card swap since they'll want soething to go with their Conroe/AM2 later, and buying anothe AGP now means it can't be taken with them later, and really neither the X1600P nor the GF7600GS is worth doing that, but getting a true GF7600GT or X1800GTO might be more attractive in the combo upgrade.

    Of course people with a really tight budget have little choice, but they're $crewing themselves for later IMO adding another thing to that upgrade list/pricetag.
  6. Well, the truth is, at least in my area, the 6600GT AGP cards are selling like crazy over here. Why? I couldn't even tell you...but again, the 7600GS would certainly beat the 6600GT AGP and it is about the same price...
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    Personally I see this as only being an option for people holind on to top of the line AthlonXP systems.



    you must know my system...

    AthlonXP clocked at 2.5GHz (aka performance of a 3600+) I would not be kidding to say to swap to PCI-e would require replacing just about every component in my PC...
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