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Old March 5, 2008, 06:20 PM
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Default The Best Gaming Graphics Cards for the Money: March 2008

The Best Gaming Graphics Cards for the Money: March 2008 | Tom's Hardware

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WOW Tom's Hardware put the best obvious choice list based on price together I have ever read! What other choices are there besides the one's listed.

And I really like how the 256MB 3850 is ~$170 and the 512MB 3850 is $10 cheaper at ~$160? Check it out on this page

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Old March 7, 2008, 11:38 AM
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Lol, that's an almost useless list. He puts almost every price category: $100, $110, $150, $160. And he puts a lot of TIES and Special Mentions. He basically listed all available video cards in different price ranges -_-;

I feel Anandtech's Guide was a lot better, dividing into fewer categories.
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