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BFG GeForce 7600GT 256MB PCI-E x16 Video Card

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bossusa May 26, 2007
($109.99 after $30.00 Mail-In Rebate)
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Flaminfire Mar 08, 2007
$113 AR, free shipping
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kmasterk100 Feb 11, 2007
great deal
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Breex243 Mar 08, 2007
not really-i got a 7600GT from BGF (same card) for only $90 after rebate two months ago.
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Breex243 Mar 08, 2007
ooh sorry, i read it as 24 hours ago-at $110+, this isn't a good deal.
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flashfire235 Feb 11, 2007
great deal but i agree that it will get outdated soon
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lexx575 Feb 09, 2007
such a great deal wow.
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bacontape Feb 03, 2007
Alive again, $92.00 after $50.00 MIR
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bacontape Feb 03, 2007
$92.99 that is
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spkthed Dec 11, 2006
I thought that I had posted this before, but this is a solid deal, I purchased one of these like a month ago and they are the best deal for your $ by a considerable amount, they're very fast. Only one complaint against it and that is that it (the fan) can be loud as it is overclocked a little bit by default. Put in $20-25 of your rebate on getting a good cooling solution from a company like Zalman and you can make it silent.
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big_gulps Dec 10, 2006
ALL vid cards will get outdated in a year! does anyone know if there is a converter to make agp slots into pciE?
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pennyfan87 Dec 10, 2006
There's no converter...thats like asking there to be a converter between a waterfall and a funnel. Also, use the new reply system.
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spkthed Dec 11, 2006
Also, AGP slots cannot handle the bandwidth that PCI-E uses. Until April there is not a big reason to upgrade based upon the system architecture you use, just spend $50 on one of the mobo deals on here from Newegg, if you're still running AGP it's time to upgrade anyway.
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nikmash232 Dec 10, 2006
hmmm wonder if this won't get outdated in a year
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pennyfan87 Dec 10, 2006
The first DirectX10 cards have already been released, so just hold on for the ride.
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utch Sep 05, 2006
Great Deal make sure your MOBO supports PCI Express!!!
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