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7.5* out of 10

XFX GeForce 6800GT

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Overall 9
9.0

"XFX 6800gt"

ydkSinisteR, CNET
9 January 2006
Overall 10
10

XFX GeForce 6800 GT: The 6800 GT packs a serious punch!

codiak, Dooyoo
21 July 2008
  • Summary: Well I am trying to think about what a potential buyer will be thinking right now, all I can come up with is how much faster than my current card is this one? Will it get rid of my choppy frame rate? Well the card I decided to upgrade from was an ATI Radeon 9800 Pro and once I upgraded to this card Doom3 ran like a charm and FarCry well it actually ran, and no to mention the vast improvement given to Half Life 2.
  • Pros: Top end performance for AGP systems.
  • Cons: None!
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Overall 10
10
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10
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One of the best AGP cards around

codiak, Ciao
3 May 2006
  • Excerpt: "Well im trying to think about what a potential buyer will be thinking right now, all i can come up with is how much faster than my current card is this? well as a comparison i had an ATI Radeon 9800 Pro and once i upgraded to this card Doom3 ran like a charm and Farcry well it actually ran no to mention the vast improvement to half life 2. My suggestion to any one really wanting to know how well a card can perform is to visit www.tomshardware.com ...
  • Pros: Blistering Performance
  • Cons: none i found
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Overall 10
10
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8.0
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The ge-force is strong in this one

dfjericho, Ciao
10 June 2005
  • Excerpt: "...new computer system. Before I start, XFX are a division of pine technology. Pine have been in the graphics market probably longer than most people here have been using a PC and were one of the large names back in the days of 86 computing. To show their build quality I can recall 1 Pine based card actually outliving 2 computer systems and running for at least 8 years before it needed upgrading due to performance issues. Depending on where and ...
  • Pros: SLI compliant, DDR3 memory, Dual DVI, tv out, Fast, Highly stable
  • Cons: support arm needs removing to insert SLI bridge, Stock nvidia reference cooler, 6 PIN PCI - E power required
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