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Where can i get 6800 for less than

Discussion in 'Nvidia' started by Lixon, Aug 23, 2005.

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    Lixon Guest

    I am looking for brand new 6800 for less than $250
    Lixon, Aug 23, 2005
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    J. Clarke Guest

    Did you try froogle?
    J. Clarke, Aug 23, 2005
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    er_c Guest

    er_c, Aug 23, 2005
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    Phil Weldon Guest

    'Lixon' wrote:
    | I am looking for brand new 6800 for less than $250

    First, WHICH 6800? Plain, GT, or Ultra? The price can range from under
    $200 US for a 128 Mbyte 6800 plain to over $400 US for a 6800 GT. Extras
    functions, quieter and/or better cooling, and included software also affect

    Next, find the website of a reputable vendor, and choose a card.
    Then check pricewatch.com for lower prices for THE SAME card. Be careful of
    'nearly the same.'
    Then decide what premium for reputation and service you are willing to pay.
    Then wait a week, the prices will be lower B^)

    Phil Weldon
    Phil Weldon, Aug 23, 2005
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    deimos Guest

    This is a long one, so you might have to stitch it back together:


    ^^^ Good Lord!!! That's the longest URL I've ever had to paste. :)
    Anyhow, several vanilla 6800's for well under 250.00 USD.
    deimos, Aug 24, 2005
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    Don Sly Guest

    What does one look for in a quieter cooling model?
    Don Sly, Aug 25, 2005
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    Phil Weldon Guest

    'Don Sl' wrote:
    | What does one look for in a quieter cooling model?

    Less noise?
    Larger, slower fan?
    Larger heatsink with more fins?
    Water cooling that allows a larger slower fan on the radiator than the fan
    that could fit in the space available directly on the card?
    Sleeve bearing fan rather than ball bearing fan?

    Review of video cards are a good source of information.

    Phil Weldon
    Phil Weldon, Aug 26, 2005
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