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    List of best Graphic Card for PC gaming in India

    I am going for a gaming PC an average one ,, which can play latest games ! with no crash ,, so im confused in graphic card till now i have pick the Ati and Nvidia i got my eyes on ATI Radeon HD 3870 Pro for 10,000 and Radeon HD3870XT for 12,000, MSI 8800GT OC Edition 512MB DDR3 10,000
    Now you guys can see what im looking for, my budget is 12,00 max not more then that thank you

    if any one got any other best card for gaming which is better then this, please let me know you are most welcome

    Note : the price will get low of this card .

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    Re: List of best Graphic Card for PC gaming in India

    Here you can see list of graphic card and there price in India :Agp Cards Price List

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    Re: List of best Graphic Card for PC gaming in India

    Go with the HD 4850 which will cost you 10750 Rs.

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    This are the top on my list of best graphic card in 2008 .

    BFG 9800 GTX
    HD 4850
    XFX 9600 GT Alpha Dog XXX
    ASUS EAH3850 Top ATI HD 3850
    XFX 8800 GT XXX

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    Nvidia GeForce GTX 280
    Only a few months after releasing the GeForce 9800, Nvidia entered a new era by launching the GTX 280 and 260. The 280 is a true graphics powerhouse with some 1.4 billion transistors, leading the way in single GPU game performance at the moment. The 280 is relatively costly to produce, so although the price has dropped almost 30 percent since the cards first arrived, they're still big bucks.

    Nvidia GeForce 9800 GX2
    The 9800 GX2 is a dual GPU solution, effectively giving you an SLI system in a single convenient package. In this case 2 PCBs are used, rather than trying to get both GPUs and 1 GB of memory onto one board. It's a very large card that covers 2 slots, but at current prices it's cheaper and easier than buying two 9800 GTXs for use in an SLI setup. It's a bit less expensive than the GTX 280 and performs a little better in some cases, so it's worth a look.

    ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2
    Another one of ATI's dual GPU cards, this time with two HD 4870 graphics processors and a whopping 2 GB of memory onboard. It's a close race between the HD 4870 X2, the GeForce 9800 GX2, and the GeForce GTX 280 for the top spot in performance, with each showing strengths in certain games. This card definitely puts out some impressive framerates. Of course, like other dual GPU cards, they tend to consume a lot of power, produce a lot of heat, and cost a small fortune, especially that last part for the HD 4870 X2.

    ATI Radeon HD 4870
    Because of a good price/performance ratio, Radeon HD 4000 cards have put ATI back in the competition. The HD 4870 is not as fast as the GeForce GTX 280 on most game benchmarks, although it actually packs more raw arithmetic computing power. It has an efficient design built on a 55 nm process, which has made it relatively affordable. It's the first card to use GDDR5 memory, and as a bonus it supports DirectX 10.1. At current prices this card is an excellent value for high-end gamers.

    Nvidia GeForce GTX 260
    The main difference between the GTX 260 and the more powerful 280 is that it has fewer Arithmetic Logic Units, fewer Texture Units, a bit less memory, and a considerably lower price tag. These cards typically sport 896 MB of GDDR3 and a GPU clocked at 576 MHz. The 260 is a very good gaming card, but I think I'd opt for the similarly priced Radeon HD 4870 at the moment.

    ATI Radeon HD 4850
    The main technical differences between the Radeon HD 4850 and 4870 are that the 4850 has slower clock speeds and GDDR3 memory rather than GDDR5. These 512 MB cards are very strong contenders in the sub-$200 price range. The HD 4000 series is viable alternative to GeForce 9800 cards for Radeon fans.

    Nvidia GeForce 9800 GTX
    Similar in many ways to the GeForce 8800 GTS, the 9800 GTX is a step down from the GTX 200 series from Nvidia. The 9800 GTX typically comes with 512 MB of memory, and it's a great single GPU solution for around $200. Although it isn't a dramatic leap ahead of GeForce 8800 cards, the price is hard to beat, and there is now a 9800 GTX+ that is clocked a little faster on the market. Note that these cards can be almost 27 cm long, so it could be difficult, if not impossible, to squeeze them into some computer cases.

    Nvidia GeForce 8800 GT
    Despite having one less letter after its name, the GeForce 8800 GT was the last card released in the 8800 series. Nvidia made several improvements to the chipset with this edition. It consumes less power than other 8800 chips and it also included integrated HD video decoding. The 8800 GT performs better than the 8800 GTS on some benchmarks, and it almost catches the much more costly 8800 GTX, making it more appealing than both the GTS and the GTX. The 8800 GT offers high-end performance at a reasonable price, making it one of the most popular cards on the market right now.

    Nvidia GeForce 9600 GT
    The first GeForce 9 cards arrived in February 2008, beginning with the 9600 GT, which is aimed at the mid-range market. Although it has only half as many stream processors as the 8800 GT, it is a powerful chipset for the money, and it's putting downward pressure on video card prices across the board. These cards typically have 512 MB of memory and a core clock speed of 650 MHz, but there are overclocked versions available. Down to about $150, they're also a solid option for people considering an SLI setup.

    ATI Radeon HD 3870
    ATI cards are starting to look a lot more attractive again with the release of the HD 3800 series, their latest round of DX10 video cards. The HD 3870 has a core clock speed of 775 MHz and comes with 512 MB of DDR4 memory. Using a 55 nm process has allowed them to produce a chip with performance that rivals their former champ, the HD 2900 XT, at a far lower cost. Although it's a little slower than the similarly priced GeForce 9600 GT, the Radeon HD 3870 is still a good gaming card that won't cost you a fortune.

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    Re: List of best Graphic Card for PC gaming in India

    I wt to buy followig
    AMD Pheom II 940
    Asus M3A78-EM
    TWO 2G DDR2 Kingston
    Seagate 500g SATA HDD
    LG DVD RW
    nVIDIA palit Geforce 9400GT SUPER 1g
    i cabin
    TV tuer
    Ca i get it for less tha 30k rupees. Is it used for playig gta4

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    Re: List of best Graphic Card for PC gaming in India

    Quote Originally Posted by sharonarthat View Post
    I wt to buy followig
    AMD Pheom II 940
    Asus M3A78-EM
    TWO 2G DDR2 Kingston
    Seagate 500g SATA HDD
    LG DVD RW
    nVIDIA palit Geforce 9400GT SUPER 1g
    i cabin
    TV tuer
    Can i get it for less tha 30k rupees. Is it used for playig gta4
    You will get all those for around 33k. Not less then 30k. But 3k is worth paying for such a configuration...

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    Re: List of best Graphic Card for PC gaming in India

    Can you suggest a good configuration for PC powered by AMD phenom 940 around 40k rupees

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    hey Tulsi I am gettin a new pc ill tell u the specs and prices
    AMD Phenom X4 840 - 6000 RS
    ASUSM488TMCE Motherboard - 4200 RS
    500GB SATA HD - 2100 RS
    4GB DDR3 - 2300 RS
    ATi Raedon 5760 - 5650 RS
    Cooler Master Elite 310 - 2600 RS
    20 Inch dell monitor - 3400 RS
    24x speed DVD Writer - 1000 RS

    Hey , I live in banglore u can get that ATi Raedon 5760 for just HD5650 instead
    of HD3780X2
    Hope U GET A GOOD GAMING PC
    Best Of Luck

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    Re: List of best Graphic Card for PC gaming in India

    i can afford graphic card from 3000 to 4000 rs i have a motherboard of intel essential series which graphic card will be the best for playig modern games like gta 4 mafia 2 etc . I have chosen ati radeon 5570 is it good and wat its price

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