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Advice for replacing ATI 9800 pro

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Hi,

I would like some advice for replacing my ATI 9800 pro AGP card.  It recently begin displaying crazy line and dot movements, so I figured it was busted, as I tried another AGP card – works fine.

I can’t seem to find any decent AGP card (because of PCI-e) out there on the UK market.  Basically I want a card which provides similar or better performance then the 9800 pro.

Thanks.
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If your looking for the best agp cards out they would be the gainward 512mb 7800gs(http://www.gainward.net/products/product.php?products_id=29 also only available in the UK) and the 512mb ati x1650 agp , these are the 2 fastest agp cards available and probably the last ones that are ever going to be released.
heres a few
http://www.beast-pc.com/pd_512mb_gainward_bliss.cfm 512mb 7800gs
http://www.beast-pc.com/pd_256mb_xfx_7800gs.cfm 256mb 7800gs
http://www.beast-pc.com/pd_256mb_leadtek_7600gt_agp.cfm 256mb 7600gt
http://www.beast-pc.com/pd_512mb_bfg_technology.cfm 512mb 7600gs
http://www.beast-pc.com/pd_256mb_sapphire_radeon_x1600pro.cfm 256mb x1600
http://www.beast-pc.com/pd_512mb_sapphire_ati_x1600.cfm 512mb x1600pro
http://www.microwarehouse.co.uk/catalogue/item/SAPGC020?speedtrapid=froogle&utm_source=froogle&utm_medium=pcc&lead=froogle 256mb x1650
http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/407544/art/his/x1650pro-iceq-512-mo-dvi.html?srcid=867 512mb x1650pro

These cards will provided similar to better performance over the 9800pro
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thanks very much
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