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EVGA e-GeForce 9800GTX+ Superclocked graphics card - GF 9800 GTX+ - 512 MB

EVGA's GeForce GTX 9800+ Superclocked edition has basically the same price-performance benefit as its Radeon HD 4850-based graphics card competition. With identical bang-for-the-buck, you'll like this card if you demand power efficiency, but you should turn to ATI's card if your PC has limited upgrade room.

October 6, 2008

3.5 stars Editors' rating on January 31, 2009

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EVGA GeForce GTX 260 Core 216 Superclocked

We don't think most gamers shopping for a midrange 3D card are looking for power efficiency, but for those conscientious few, the EVGA GeForce GTX 260 Core 216 Superclocked is the card for you. Otherwise, you can get noticeably more performance and capability from an only slightly more expensive ATI card.

January 5, 2009

3.5 stars Editors' rating on February 6, 2009

MSRP: $224.99


BFG GeForce GTX 295 (PCI-e 2.0, 1.7GB, GDDR3)

Nvidia's GeForce GTX 295 is the single fastest 3D card on the market, and for a relatively aggressive price. Added bonuses like power efficiency and PhysX support sweeten the deal, but even without those extra benefits, we'd still recommend this card for its processing power and comparative value.

January 15, 2009

4.5 stars Editors' rating on January 16, 2009

MSRP: $499.99


EVGA e-GeForce 8600 GTS (PCI-e, 256MB)

If you care more about HD movie watching than gaming and you need a new video card for the task today, we recommend a 3D card like this EVGA with Nvidia's newest mainstream graphics chip. Gamers can get more performance value from Nvidia's higher-end 8800 cards, but for anyone, it would be a good idea to wait to see what's new from ATI in just a few short weeks.

April 16, 2007

3 stars Editors' rating on April 16, 2007

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EVGA e-GeForce 8800 GTX (768MB)

This one is easy. Nvidia's GeForce 8800 GTX not only beats ATI to market with its next-gen 3D graphics hardware, it also eliminates ATI's image-quality advantage in current-generation titles. Throw in its sheer horsepower, and Nvidia gives the high-end enthusiast every reason to make this purchase.

November 8, 2006

4.5 stars Editors' rating on November 8, 2006

EVGA e-GeForce 8800 GTS (640MB)

No other 3D graphics card comes close to this bang for the buck, making the 320MB XFX GeForce 8800 GTS mostly an easy decision if you need a midrange upgrade. Nvidia still has to polish off its Vista software, and the sooner-or-later arrival of competing cards muddies the waters a bit, but if you need a midprice graphics card today, this should be your pick.

November 8, 2006

4 stars Editors' rating on February 11, 2007

PNY Verto GeForce 7900 GTX Limited Edition (PCI-E, 512MB)

PNY's highest-end 3D card is overclocked and comes with a few helpful accessories. We just wish that it included a game or two, as a $500 graphics card isn't very useful if you don't have anything to play with it.

March 31, 2006

3 stars Editors' rating on May 15, 2006

MSRP: $499.99

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eVGA e-GeForce 7800 GTX (PCI-E, 256MB, 450MHz CPU)

Nvidia's new GeForce 7800 GTX chip makes this 3D graphics card exceedingly powerful. Anything else in the box only sweetens the deal.

June 22, 2005

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eVGA e-GeForce 6200 TC

If you're looking for a cheap way to add dual-monitor support, eVGA's e-GeForce 6200 TC will hook you up. But stay away if you need 3D power.

March 14, 2005

2.5 stars Editors' rating on April 19, 2005

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eVGA e-GeForce 6800 GT

Thanks to Nvidia's second fastest graphics chip, the eVGA e-GeForce 6800 GT represents the current price-vs.-performance sweet spot for 3D gaming.

July 29, 2004

4 stars Editors' rating on August 6, 2004