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How to buy a graphics card

by dominican4114 / February 11, 2006 12:45 AM PST

All those graphic cards out there confuse me. There are so many brands that carry Nvidia. I thought it was just Nvidia who sold the cards. what i came up with is that Nvidia makes the tecnology and then others sell it. so now my wustion is, which is the best company?

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by ronb42 / February 11, 2006 12:49 AM PST

The key is finding a vendor that makes the best circuitry to communicate with the GPU, and or one that has the features you want most.

Try http://www.tomshardware.com for reviews on pc hardware.

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(NT) (NT) i suggest evga, xfx, bfg, msi
by nerdyboy1234 / February 11, 2006 1:08 AM PST
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