Price Performance Curve for Graphics Cards

Does anyone know where I can find this graph (08/21/06)? The CPU chart supplied by THG was absolutely FANTASTIC and confirmed that my E6600 was a GREAT BUY!

Thanks guys!
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  1. Probably Anandtech. But i'll tell you right now, NOTHING beats the X1900XT in the price/performance curve. That's the best buy right now.
  2. X1800XT and 7900GT are also good price in US.
  3. http://www23.tomshardware.com/graphics.html

    Closest I could find. Or maybe I misunderstood what you were asking for.
  4. Quote:
    http://www23.tomshardware.com/graphics.html

    Closest I could find. Or maybe I misunderstood what you were asking for.


    I believe this would be what they were looking for:

    http://www.anandtech.com/video/showdoc.aspx?i=2812

    The recommendations they suggest for each price range are:

    $150 - $220: GeForce 7600 GT (stock)
    $230 - $280: Radeon X1900 GT
    $290 - $320: GeForce 7900 GT (overclocked 550/775 +)
    $320 - $370: Radeon X1900 XT
  5. Ah. 8)
  6. Quote:
    http://www23.tomshardware.com/graphics.html

    Closest I could find. Or maybe I misunderstood what you were asking for.


    THG's GPU charts are ancient; they don't have any of the 7900 series.

    IMO, these are the two best values in graphics cards:
    MSI RX1900XT: $278 after $100 MIR
    Sapphire RX1800XT: $200
  7. Anandtech isn't really a reliable source sometimes. Regardless, the x1900XT can be found for generally 310 - 320 dollars depending on where you shop and IMO that is the best buy as of right now.
  8. Around here, the best buys are :
    7900GT - £165
    7900GT w/VF700 - £185
    X1800XT 512MB - £205
    X1900XT - £220

    Synergy6
  9. And in the USA, IMO it's the X1800XT for $200 and the X1900XT for $300.

    I've honestly found Anand's pricing guides to be a joke most of the time. Like when their X1800XT prices were $75-100 over what they had been selling at Newegg for a month or more before that. :roll:
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