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Evga, nice budget, which to choose?

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Hello everyone.

like i said in other posts, my 9800gx2 got messed up. ill get a crappy card so i can use my pc, but im saving for a better card. better performance than the 9800gx2 1gb which was so awesome btw, i used to play ALL games at this time, all with ALL maxed out, AA x16XQ and others, all maxed up in the nVidia control panel and, and, well... so awesome, it was such a nice time.now its time to drop the card and move forward.

i dont have cash enough, and i will not have enough for a gtx295 co op edition.

im thinking about these

1- EVGA 896-P3-1171-AR GTX 275 Superclocked 896 MB DDR3 - 262 usd
Product Features
* PCI Express 2.0
* GeForce GTX 275 Superclocked version with 648 MHz clock
* 896MB of DDR3 memory
* 2376 MHz memory clock and 1458 MHz shader clock
* Full DirectX 10 Shader model 4.0 and Open GL 3.0 Support

Technical Details
* Lifestyle: Enthusiast
* Chipset: NVIDIA GeForce
* GPU Series: NVIDIA GeForce 200
* GPU/VPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 275
* Additional Features: RoHS Compliant
* Additional Features: OpenGL 2.0
* Additional Features: Nvidia PureVideo HD Technology
* Video Card Profile: Double
* Video Memory: 896MB
* Memory Type: DDR3
* Memory Interface: 448-bit
* Stream Processors: 240
* Core Clock: 648 MHz
* Memory Clock: 2376 MHz
* Shader Clock: 1404 MHz
* Interface Type: PCI Express 2.0
* Interface Speed: x16
* Connector(s): Dual DVI
2- EVGA 017-P3-1175-AR GeForce GTX275 1792 MB DDR3 - 290 usd

Product Features

* GeForce GTX 275 with 633 MHz core clock
* PCI Express 2.0
* 1792 MB 448-bit .8ns DDR3 memory
* 2268 MHz memory clock and 1404 MHz shader clock
* Open GL 3.0, Windows XP and Windows Vista support

Technical Details

* Lifestyle: Enthusiast
* Chipset: NVIDIA GeForce
* GPU Series: NVIDIA GeForce 200
* GPU/VPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 275
* Additional Features: RoHS Compliant
* Additional Features: OpenGL 2.0
* Additional Features: Nvidia PureVideo HD Technology
* Video Card Profile: Double
* Video Memory: 1792MB
* Memory Type: DDR3
* Memory Interface: 448-bit
* Stream Processors: 240
* Core Clock: 633 MHz
* Memory Clock: 2260 MHz
* Shader Clock: 1404 MHz
* Interface Type: PCI Express 2.0
* Interface Speed: x16
* Connector(s): Dual DVI
3-EVGA 01G-P3-1182-AR GeForce GTX285 *** Edition with EVGA Backplate 1024 MB DDR3 - 400 usd

Product Features

* GeForce GTX 285 *** edition with 702 MHz clock
* PCI Express 2.0
* 1024 MB 512-bit .8ns GDDR3 memory
* 2646 MHz memory clock and 1584 MHz shader clock
* Open GL 3.0, Windows XP and Windows Vista support

Technical Details
* Model: 01G-P3-1182-AR

4- EVGA 02G-P3-1185-AR GeForce GTX285 2048 MB DDR3 - 405 usd

Product Features

* GeForce GTX 285 2 GB with 648 MHz core clock
* PCI Express 2.0
* 2048 MB 512-bit .8ns DDR3 memory
* 2322 MHz memory clock and 1476 MHz shader clock
* Open GL 3.0, Windows XP and Windows Vista support

Technical Details
* Model: 02G-P3-1185-AR

SO, NOW
which of these cards do you suggest me?
i cant spend more than 400 usd, i want a card with better performance than the 9800 gx2 1gb, here the details
EVGA Video Card 01G-P3-N891-AR -- NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GX2 600MHz GPU, 1024MB 512bit 2000MHz DDR3 Memory, PCI Express 2.0 Interface, Dual DVI and HDMI Outputs, Supports DirectX 10 and OpenGL 2.1, and supports the Max Resolution is 2560 x 1600.

ill be around, thanks for advice
 
Soldato
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Resolution? Because if it's like 1600 x 900 or something along those lines then you're best off getting a 5850, any higher and you're better off getting a 5870.
 
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