The new cards that are coming out now are very reasonably priced.<br>8800 GTS 512MB (G92) - approximately $330<br>8800 GT - $270<br>HD3870 - $250<br>HD3850 - $200<br><br>Any of the above cards will whip the hell out of the X1900 XT.<br><br><br>
You are in the right thread. <br>Using the words Angelina and nipples should draw more viewers and replies.<br>This thread has now had 191 replies. That is the 9th best all-time for MM.<br>3 more replies and it moves up to number 8.<br><br>Support group? Are you talking about bras?<br><br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>The Quadro is an excellent workstation video card. It works very well with video editing, 3D rendering, image editing etc.<br>But it is not optimized for gaming. It is not a good all-around card.<p><hr></blockquote><p>And there is the reason why you will never be satisfied.<br><br>Mac Pros are probably always going to be relegated to being a workstation for video editing, etc. NOT gaming.<br><br>Didn't you read this article yet?<br><br><br>
Yes, I did see that but on a different web site. <br><br>The Mac Pro does not have to be used strictly as a workstation computer.<br>Please note that two out of the three Mac Pro video cards are consumer video cards not workstation.<br>If you were to buy a workstation computer from HP or Dell, you would find that workstation video cards are the only option.<br>But Dell and HP offer gaming computers separately from the workstation computers.<br><br>I use the computer for some very cpu and gpu intensive applications.<br>I need the Mac Pro for much more than just gaming.<br><br>There is no reason that the Mac Pro can't be used for gaming IF Apple includes a bto high-end consumer video card.<br>I don't know why Apple can't see this because it would make a lot of people happy.<br><br><br><br><br><br>
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