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    ATI 128MB RADEON 9800 PRO for 169.99

    it is at www.outpost.com

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    http://shop1.outpost.com/product/3628345

    ... for your linkage pleasure.

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    cool - nice to see prices dropping and ropping

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    Good price, but considering BB had them at $179 recently, I expect we'll start to see them hover in that range. They also don't have any in stock and since the X800 I ordered from them over a month ago STILL doesn't have an ETA, I don't think I'd order there again. When I ordered my X800, they had an ETA... it came/went and they don't know when they'll be getting more /sigh
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    ocne they drop to about $120 i will buy a few of them for the computer sin the office and hae giant lan parties and sell some of them here for more ..lol

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    Contributing Member Sentential's Avatar
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    Ive seen em on newegg for almost that cheap. Eventho the price is nice and low. It isnt justifiable since for $100 more you can get a 6800NU which is far superior

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    Mr.Guvernment's Avatar
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    ^^ very true - the price gaps are not that much or @ least the price vs. performance you could get

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sentential
    Ive seen em on newegg for almost that cheap. Eventho the price is nice and low. It isnt justifiable since for $100 more you can get a 6800NU which is far superior

    I'm building a $700 PC for someone, and a $169 9800pro fits PERFECTLY!

    Define "isn't justifiable". $100 is a lot of money
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    Boo! Hiss! I just bought a 5900XT for $10 more. Although it is making my computer very flakey... Maybe a return is in order? Of course, it is probably best to do a fresh install of Windows after going from ATI to nVidia or nVidia to ATI... But I don't know that.

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