9900GT does exists, just like 9900GTS and GTX, but they have the GT200 chip, and a friend of mine said that they changed the name to GTS250, and that the power of the 9900 GT is a better than the 9800 GTX. So, in this case, which is better again? lol
Oh yeah? get me a link to a 9900GT then .-.
There's no 9900GT, what's it is, is either, a 9800 gt/GTX or GTX+ or a GTS250. But no such card exist.
I would get the HD4850, I have used both a 9800GTX and a 4850. The 4850 is slightly faster than the 9800GTX in my experience, but not by much.
just google 9900 gtx...its more than enough.
@alpras let me warn you,a simple rebranding of the same chip does yield much better results.better to go for the hd4850
There's is only that image, do you guys know that graph?
Sorry to tell you, but it's a 9500gt lol, don't get that.
Yeah, the dude told me now!
a 4850 it is :P
Thank you guys!
I have a 9800gt and a 4850 in 2 matching HP 7800s setup in my basement, for when friends come over for "mini lan" parties. They are about the same in most modern games like me3, blops2 or PS2.
If I were to get a new card I would go for the 4850, it seems to do better with effects and aa.
In that case, i'll buy the 4850. But I still have a question:
I used to own a (broken) 4850 that, besides being damaged, worked perfectly in my pc with a 420w psu, it never shutted down or something, just a bit more intense noise. But I've read that the 4850 requires at least a 450w... So, should I buy a new psu, even though the graphic card works well in my pc?
The 4850 draws 110 watts Chances are you got a core2 duo or an athlon x2. Those draw between 70 and 100 watts. Add in 50 for board ram fans and drives and you have a max system draw of around 250-300 watts.
Your PSU should be fine.
Yeah, I have a Core 2 Duo 2200 2.2Ghz (I'm gonna replace it for a 6300)
Can't you pay for a 7750 ? it's just a bit more. At least it's new and it's better, with less power consumption. You can find one in amazon, really cheap.
Unfortunately, the max price I can give os 60€ (about 70$)... How much does it cost?