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Old 07-06-02, 12:07 PM Thread Starter   #1
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So I was looking around newegg for an 8500, and i saw 3 that i was interested in, but I don't know which one to go with.

THe 3: (These 8500's are the OEM BULK kind)
1. ATI OEM RADEON 8500 LE 128MB DDR ($120) 250/250mhz

2. ATI OEM RADEON 8500 64MB DDR AGP BULK 275/275 ($109)

3.ATI RADEON 8500LE 64MB DDR BULK 250/275 ($95)

This vid card will probably saty in my system for a while, so would 128mb be the best bet?
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Old 07-06-02, 12:24 PM Thread Starter   #2
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don't respond b/c i already made my decision on the $95 8500le because it has 3.3ns ram, and the other two are made by sapphire, and not directly by ATI. I just feel more comfortable havjng a built by ATI card
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You may consider looking at the Gigabyte Radeon 8500's

They offer features like Hardware monitoring and have an Onboard overclocking utilitie.


Skips got a Gigabyte LE stock 249.5/249.5 and hes able to run it at over 300/300 with 4ns chips no less...

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