thgc buyer's guide

haven't looked at the guide since I was looking for a card myself last x-mas. nice update spitfire. just wish more folks bothered to look at it

amd 2000+
gigabyte ga-7va
512mb samsung pc2700(2x256mb)
maxtor 60gb 7200rpm
LG cd-r/rw 48x24x48
soundblaster live 5.1
BBA radeon 9600xt 128mb
antec 550w true control
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  1. I'm thinking about a complete re-design. Somewhat like CPU buyers' guide style.

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  2. I oppose!

    RIP Block Heater....HELLO P4~~~~~
    120% nVidia Fanboy+119% Money Fanboy
    GeForce 6800 Ultra--> The Way we thought FX 5800Ultra is meant to be played
    THGC's resident Asian and nVboy :D
  3. myself, I find it easy to read and very helpful. that doesn't mean that it couldn't be improved upon. however, about all the information that a consumer could find useful is already there.

    but I just wanted to say it's a very helpful piece if you ask me.

    amd 2000+
    gigabyte ga-7va
    512mb samsung pc2700(2x256mb)
    maxtor 60gb 7200rpm
    LG cd-r/rw 48x24x48
    soundblaster live 5.1
    BBA radeon 9600xt 128mb
    antec 550w true control
  4. you might want to move the 9800pro to the "Lower Midrange Cards ($100 to $200)" because of it can be found now for a few bucks under 200$. But i guess it still depends on if it's BBA or not and if it's online or at a retail store. maybe a month or 2 from now you'll even find a BBA 9800pro for under 200$.

    Watch out for the <b><font color=red>bloody</font color=red></b> Fanboys!

    AMD64 2800+ :: MSI Neo-Fis2r :: 512mb Kingmax ddr400 :: Sapphire 9800pro 128mb :: 10K WD Raptor

    Addicted, finally.
  5. Spitfire_x86, your Graphics card buyers guide is awesome. In my opinion don't make it like the CPU buyers guide. Your setup right now is great!

    Some more detailed information might be handy, but I think you should still, if nothing else, have a section that is exactly how it is now, its very easy to read, and straight to the point.

    Great guide!

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