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Neoseeker s EVGA's 6800 GS
Posted by News-Bot on November 18th 2005

The 6800 GS while not quite as impressive a leap as we have seen past christmas seasons, is still an amazing product and should be a top contender for a spot in most users mainstream PC's. While the card is still a solid deal at $249, Nvidia would have been much wiser to release the card at a $199 MSRP. Already some places are selling the card for this cheap, and most stores have the lowest price versions running for $210. While being able to buy the card at that price has no reflection on the MSRP, having a price that's $50 less quoted across the web is only better press. While we can't now say that for the fourth year in a row Nvidia has brought the high end performance of a year before to the $199 price point, we can say they came close.The card is very powerful for the money involved, and is essentially giving buyers a behemoth of a card for a low price. It's overclocking ability is fantastic, and while the board isn't everything it could have been, for what it is, and how much it costs currently on the market, it is a truly stellar deal. Anyone who is moving to an inexpensive PCI-E based system, or needs an upgrade for last years 6600 GT, should not hesitate for a moment to buy this card, as it is nearly, just nearly a steal.

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