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"The GeForce 8800 GT is the GPU to buy for this holiday season, and the XFX GeForce 8800 GT is an excellent card based on Nvidia's new blockbuster chip. It's affordable, supports both DirectX 9 and DirectX 10, and has more than enough performance power to handle graphics-heavy games such as BioShock, World in Conflict, Crysis, Unreal Tournament 3, and Hellgate: London."
"GeForce 8800 GT is the perfect card for gamers that want to play Crysis ..."
"Pros: Amazing performance for the cost; single slot cooler; VP2 video processor. Cons: We're having a real hard time coming up with something here..."
"Right now though, the GeForce 8800 GT offers you the best value on the planet when it comes to 3D gaming cards. You won't be disappointed in its performance, and you won't be disappointed in the cost."
"The performance advantage and price utterly destroyed our perception of the GPU landscape."
"In the end, Nvidia has taken its time, but offers an exceptional card with the GeForce 8800 GT."
"NVIDIA's second foray into 65nm GPU technology is a resounding success in our humble opinion. And how could anyone argue a Graphics product that consumes less power, costs less and performs better than the previous generation?"
"A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! The price/performance ratio simply can't be beat."
"With pricing between $199 and $249, I find it hard to recommend anything else — especially since we found generally playable settings at 2560x1600 resolution in some of the most intensive new games (except for Crysis, which is in a class by itself.)"
"Performance has suddenly become affordable; and the next-gen, finally, will start to become the now-gen, for many, many more gamers out there."
"NVIDIA now dominates the VGA playing field."
"The GeForce 8800 GT is the GPU to buy for this holiday season, and the XFX GeForce 8800 GT is an excellent card based on Nvidia's new blockbuster chip. It's affordable, supports both DirectX 9 and DirectX 10, and has more than enough performance power to handle graphics-heavy games such as BioShock, World in Conflict, Crysis, Unreal Tournament 3, and Hellgate: London."
"Pros: Amazing performance for the cost; single slot cooler; VP2 video processor. Cons: We're having a real hard time coming up with something here..."
"Right now though, the GeForce 8800 GT offers you the best value on the planet when it comes to 3D gaming cards. You won't be disappointed in its performance, and you won't be disappointed in the cost."
"The performance advantage and price utterly destroyed our perception of the GPU landscape."
"In the end, Nvidia has taken its time, but offers an exceptional card with the GeForce 8800 GT."
"NVIDIA's second foray into 65nm GPU technology is a resounding success in our humble opinion. And how could anyone argue a Graphics product that consumes less power, costs less and performs better than the previous generation?"
"A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! The price/performance ratio simply can't be beat."
"With pricing between $199 and $249, I find it hard to recommend anything else — especially since we found generally playable settings at 2560x1600 resolution in some of the most intensive new games (except for Crysis, which is in a class by itself.)"
"NVIDIA now dominates the VGA playing field."
"Performance has suddenly become affordable; and the next-gen, finally, will start to become the now-gen, for many, many more gamers out there."