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    gonna get a 9000 pro 64mb for $110 CAD which is $80USD, is this a good deal?

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    Sounds like the average price for one... don't think its a great deal...but i don't see it as a rip off either...

    Have you looked into the 5200?
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    yes i have and from what ive heard about it im not too impressed. the 5200 ultra puts in some very nice numbers though but its a tad out of my price range. is there a lot of difference between the 9000 and 9100 and 9200, because there isnt much in the price difference. also is there a lot of difference between the 9100 pro 64mb and 128mb cards? sorry bout all the questions in one post. thanks

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    that's not a great deal for an R9000...
    I just picked up a couple of Visiontek R9100 128MB cards W/250/250 clocks for $95cdn each

    the R9100 will beat either the R9000 or 9200's when it comes to gaming - the Visiontek cards I bought didn't have the Rage theater chip (for hardware DVD decoding) - but that's not real important to me in this case:thumb:


    have a look here:
    http://www.tigerdirect.ca/applicatio...&sku=V261-3020

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    $110 is bad deal... u can get the 9000 64meg for $72

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    im gettin a 9000 PRO not a normal 9000

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    That isnt a deal really; they sell 128mb versions online for about $73USD. Anyways, for $25 more you can get a Ti4200. The 9000 supports DX 8.1, so then get a Ti4200, its alot faster and is probably the best budget card out there; I love mine. I just think you're throwing your money away if you buy a 9000 instead. : peace2: Mista K6
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    Quote Originally Posted by swinger
    im gettin a 9000 PRO not a normal 9000
    oops.. thats not too bad.. u can get a sapphire 9000 pro 64 meg for $93

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mista K6
    so then get a Ti4200, its alot faster and is probably the best budget card out there; I love mine. : Mista K6
    in my opinion the Radeon9100 is probably the best budget card available since it's $20-30usd cheaper than the Ti4200 & the speed difference is small enough that it's not noticable during game play (I had one of each for a while)...although either would bee a good choice compared to an R9000pro

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    so where can i get a 9000 pro 64mb for $93?

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