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#1 14 years ago

hi I am buying a 9600 xt and was wondering what the best company that makes the card would be. I have a choice of Elsa, Sapphire, and Rosewill. I would like to get the one built by Ati, but they are a good $60 more and outta my price range. Thx in advance guys!!




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#2 14 years ago

Nvm,i just decided to get this instead. Good price and great value! :deal:




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#3 14 years ago

Yeah Powercolor are cheap and good if you don't want or need any extra software etc.




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#4 14 years ago

where did you get your ATI 9600 xt, what company name and how much is it? i'm planning to buy that also. have you already tested it? how does it work?




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#5 14 years ago

sry i should have said that i was planning on buying this card. i havent got it yet so i wont recommend you to buy it. just saying that this is the one im getting and i here the company is good. the price is awesome for 9600 xt too!!! ill post some feedback as soon as i buy it. my b-day is coming up in a few weeks so thats when ill get. i know that's kinda far away, so if you dont wanna wait,you might wanna try looking up info elsewhere. i cant change my b-day so...




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#6 14 years ago

ok! im plannning to get that video card. is anyone here using that kind of card? how does it work? i don't want to regret on buying a new card. is this card worthy to buy?




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#7 14 years ago

those clock rates look good(am even talking about the right thing:lookaround::lol:) That card will run anything ou there now:D. Well it is looking that I won't have enough $$$ for my x800pro i want:(. this card looks good though:D.




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#8 14 years ago

i would suggest goin up to 256mb ram on that card if u go the extra money.....it will make a world of difference...............


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#9 14 years ago

got to watch that if it is 256mb of crappy ram. I looked into 256mb or ddr in the card and found these off Newgg:D. Ok now time to give my reason on all the fluxation in the card i want to get....By budget is constanly changing(job+game reserves)




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#10 14 years ago

having 256mb would be nice, but like you said if its crappy ram then just go for the 128. what attracted me to this card was the awesome clock rates, company value, price, and the overdrive feature so im still sticking with this one over the 256mb ones. ill have a new computer before a game will require 128mb of video ram anyway.




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