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Monday, 24 December 2007 11:50

8800 GT 512MB market recovers

Written by Fuad Abazovic


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It is almost Xmas


The shopping spree is almost over. You can see that the G92 market is shaping up and here and there you can buy Geforce 8800 GT 512MB card for about afordable €249 + shipping.

This is currently the best card when it comes to price performance ratio, but the second problem with these cards is should you get the overclocked card that will obviously run faster or simply a pure vanilla card.

Asus vanilla 8800GT card is an option available for €249 and it is a good card for all your Crysis and World in Conflicts.

You still cannot really be picky about the brands but some cards are at least available.

Last modified on Monday, 24 December 2007 21:02
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