The Best Graphics Cards for the Money: May 2008

Detailed graphics card specifications and reviews are great - that is, if you have the time to do the research. But at the end of the day, what a gamer needs is the best graphics card within a certain budget.

If you don't have the time to research the benchmarks, or if you don't feel confident enough in your ability to make the right decision, fear not. Tom's Hardware have come to your aid with a simple list of the best gaming cards available for the money.

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Lets-Game3822d ago

Geforce 9600 gt is a great choice for mid range with high performance.

Kakkoii3822d ago

Any of the 9 series is a bad choice.

All they are is re-labeled 8 series with minor tweaks.

You can find the 8 series versions for much cheaper and practically same performance.

Charlie26883822d ago

I would actually call the last 8000 series cards that came out 9000 card in disguise considering they already had many of the 9000 series upgrades on them and that is why people with the new ones weren't so "shocked" also in terms of value the 9000 series is coming out A LOT cheaper than the 8000 series came out and they still have a good performance increase, you can tell someone that bought a new 8800GT/S 512mb that is still to early to upgrade to the 9000 series but pretty much the rest of the 8000 owners can upgrade and receive a substancial boost since they werent spoiled ny NVIDIAs 9000 cards in disguise