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    Default Re: x800 pro or 6800?

    would the difference in pipelines X800 Pro (12) 6800 (16) make a great deal of difference?
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    Default Re: x800 pro or 6800?

    The GeForce 6800 only has 12, but the GT and Ultra have 16; the X800 Pro has a much greater clock speed, but a slower memory speed... These and other differences are why you really need to research and decide based on what games you play. In some games, clock speed is much more important than the memory. In others (Doom 3 being a great example, with its extremely detailed textures), memory makes all the difference.

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    Default Re: x800 pro or 6800?

    First off i wanna say be careful of what you get on ebay some one could be selling you a MX440 and not a X800pro or 6800. Me personly i would go with the GeForce 6800 ultra or get the BFG 6800GT they have much more pipelines and they have support for pixle shader which looks really good on DOOM3. HL2 is made to be played on the ATI cards but the 6800's will do just the same. Also they are priced just about the same the Geforce and the ATI cards so it just comes down to which brand you like and what you really wanna do with it. Me personally i would get the GeForce 6800. but make sure which ever one you get its the 256MB and NOT the 128MB casue you will just screw yourself over with the 128MB

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