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What's the best Videocard you've ever owned?

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User Info: ArkonBlade

3 years ago#51
sad to say my 7790 but upgrading to a GTX 760 soon as my tax return gets in the bank.
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User Info: LOLIAmAnAlt

3 years ago#52
There will always be a special place in my heart for the GeForce 3

User Info: Dark_Spiret

3 years ago#53
4850 1gb. lasted me 5 years and even then thats because it burnt out otherwise i have a feeling it would still be running stuff now. amazing budget card.
Currently playing: Darksiders - Doom 3 - Dark Souls 2

User Info: Mr kitty

Mr kitty
3 years ago#54
ATI HD 5870.

The reference cooler was doing the job properly & saw no issue with all the games I played with it.
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User Info: DutchDoc

3 years ago#55
Performance and reliabillity wise: Gigabyte GTX 460.

The thing runned like a good oiled machine.
om nom nom, i love me some cowpie:

User Info: Flaktrooper123

3 years ago#56
My first 'real' video card I take was 6970. Previously I used laptops or whatever prebuild that I had no idea what was inside.

My current one is my second, a 780 Lightning.

User Info: kill2this

3 years ago#57
My BFG GTX260 I loved that card, technically best would be the GTX770 I'm using now.

User Info: kalakdrin

3 years ago#58
Radeon 7750. I can actually max a lot of games.

User Info: tigerex777

3 years ago#59
My voodoo 3, because before that I was using an internal chip with 4mb ram for it. I paid $189 for the card and the first time I ran Unreal Tournament with buttery smooth framerates it blew my mind away. It was also my first video card. After that I started getting the geforce cards and the rest is history. I don't remember what year that was but man was that a long time ago.
i5 760 @ 3.8ghz / 4GB DDR3 Ripjaws / GTX 770 SLI / Cooler Master GX 750W PSU / Cooler Master Advance II case / Asus 24' 144hz / Windows 7 64

User Info: Cobra152004

3 years ago#60
My 4850 had a good run.
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