a b U Graphics card
I used to have a 8800GTS, then I like an idiot I spilt water all over the top vent on my case, and blew the 8800GTS (320) up. I then got a 9800GTX+ (512). I didnt expect to see much difference, but I really noticed a performance difference (mostly in crysis). Plus it runs cooler and overclocks better. You cant go wrong for what your paying.
hangman2004 said:thanks for all the replies guys. keep the ideas coming here one more question
instead of going for 9800GTX+ why not i go for Geforce GTS 250. 512MB or 1GB???
The GTS 250 is just another rebranded G92 based video card. If the GTS 250 cost $20 more than the 9800GTX+ upgrade, I'd say it isn't worth it.
a c 103 U Graphics card
a b Î Nvidia
For only $55 it most certainly is worth it. I'm guessing you're going through evga's step up program or something. Anyway the 320 version is limited by memory so even a 9800GT 512MB would be a significant improvment with many modern games. Not only that but the G92/G92b chip is a little more efficient than the G80 your current card is based on so that coupled with the increased speeds and SPs means that you'll see a pretty big difference.
IzzyCraft said:For 55 bucks i would go for it. Not for full price it's a good upgrade mainly for the more onboard memory of the 9800 and a little bit for the G92. I traded my old 8800gts 320 for a GTX260 awhile ago when the 216's hit the market
Yeah i just wanted an upgrade becuase of memory, didn't want to waste money by buying 260 or 280 now becuase by end of this year GTX 300 Series be out which will be Directx 11. I can pass 6 to 8 months with GTS 250. Thanks Man.