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    I wasn't looking to upgrade, but I noticed the 6200 on www.pricewatch.com could be acquired for a mere $80...with shipping...I may be looking to buy, now. Thanks:)
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    Which one is the better one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dude500
    Which one is the better one
    Given what choices? It all depends on how much you want to spend. The most powerful right now (AFAIK) is the Geforce 7800GTX, but it costs around $450-500USD. The next one down in price is the 6800GT, which is around $300-400USD. Further down from that is the 6600GT, around $200-250USD. Even further is the 6200, just under $100USD.

    The more expensive you go, the more powerful the card pretty much.
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    I will probaly go with the 6800GT, maybe, it depends on the money though

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    I am a hardware fanatic. The 6800 GT is easily the best buy amongst all other cards that are medium to high end today.

    It's worth it...just make sure if you have AGP you get the AGP one and PCIE, the PCIE one.

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    I am pretty sure that I have an AGP MB, I just don't have the money for a new card

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    im using 1 gb nvidia on linux but get crashes

    im using linux mint 9 and have updated and upgraded aslo have plenty of ram and hdd my problem is random crashes when trying games on linux sometimes this includes danger deep (sub marine game)

    but works fine on others like flightgear sim for linux

    any ideas anyone on whats the best linux working most compatible with all linux games ? my 1 gb graphics is good but not enough ps i only paid 40 for my graphics and fitted a better heatsink and fan to it.

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    Welcome!
    This thread is 6 years old.
    Start a new one, post some system info, and you'll more than likely get pointed in the right direction.
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