Discussion in 'PC Hardware' started by smartboyhw, May 24, 2012.
I have a AMD ATI Radeon HD 7450 for Desktop and ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4350 for notebook.
I have 1GB DDR5 ATI Radeon HD 6670 for my desktop.
Intel HD Graphics 3000 + NVIDIA GeForce GT 520MX 1 GB GDDR3
EVGA GeForce GTX 480, which I scored on sale. The 480 was one of the better cards available before efficiency became marketable. Don't let the naming conventions fool you, from what I read the 480 is a tank and runs closer to the 580 for much, much less $. The trade off is power consumption, heat, and noise. Mine runs like a hair dryer but is the best card I've ever had enough cash for.
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nVidia Graphics - GTX460 1GB also manufactured by gigabyte
Nvidia GeForce 8500GT 256M
PC: 2x XFX HD6870 Black Edition 2048MB
Laptop 1: ATI HD Mobility Radeon 5470 512MB
Laptop 2: Intel HD 3000 series
Laptop 3: Intel GMA X3100
his ati 6950 desktop and gtx465 in my other desktop
I have a Sapphire Radeon HD5770. I overclocked it using Sapphire TriXX. Mighty little tool
Gainward GTX 470 1280MB GDDR5
Pity after 4 months I bought it the 470 went obsolete to be replaced by the 460 (Talking around Oct 2010)
Was thinking of getting a 480 but the prices were still sky high... oh well I'm good at the moment
EVGA GTX470 in PC and 9600M GS in laptop.
Matrox Millenium G400 in my PC
Only EVGA GTX 460 in one of my computers. Worse ones in others.
2x EVGA GTX470 HydroCopper FTW's in SLI and a Galaxy GTX460 for Physics
Clearly someone has lots and lots of money to burn!
MSI GTX560 (desktop), GT525M in laptop (Dell)
MSI R6870 Hawk Radeon HD 6870 1GB 256-bit GDDR5
Intel integrated i752 (Intel 82810E GMCH) using onboard PC133 SDRAM and Video BIOS Date 09/28/99 - probably no-one can beat that thing, lol. Due to certain circumstances this Dell OptiPlex GX110 is now my only one machine.