Hey, im so damn confused, anyway im making a new computer from scratch and i am buying parts for it - i want my computer to be the best for gaming! Anyway i have a budget for £400! and i have found great parts but my budget has been exceeded and i thought that i maybe able to find a cheaper graphics card! AND GRAPHICS IS IMPORTANT because my computer is being built purposely for gaming! So i was going to buy this first "Point of View Nvidia GeForce 7600 GT 256MB GDDR3 560/1400 PCI-E, SLI" for £72 of amazon.co.uk! but while searching around i stumbled on this "Inno3D Geforce 8500GT 512mb" and it was £50!!! Yes £50! a 8 series geforce and it was 512mb! then searching around more trying to check if this card is actually cheaper AND IT WAS! which i didnt understand! Why is a powerfuller GPU cheaper then a crappier one??? and reading reviews, the Nvidia Geforce 7600GT cant really run Direct X 10 games - which these days most games are using! so i thought No, there is no point in getting this if i can play present games only! i need something to last me for the future, so the Inno3d 8500GT looked very good but the specs were as follows: - Specification: Product - Inno3D Geforce 8500 GT Chipset - Geforce 8500 GT Memory - - 256MB GDDR2 - is that good? GDDR2? is GDDR3 Better? Core Frequency - 460MHz - is that powerful? Memory Frequency - 800MHz - is that good? RAMDAC 400MHZ Interface PCI-Express Memory Bus 128-bit Stream Processors - 16 Max. Resolution - 2560 x 1600 SLI Ready - Yes Output 1. Dual-Link DVI 2. HDTV So? is that good? i think the Nvidia Geforce 7600GT has better core/memory speeds but im not sure, i have read a review on the 7600GT and it can be overclocked but it starts to lag with screens over 17" TFT which is quite crappy really! which is truly worrying!!! Someone with GPU expertise, and somebody with any of these 2 graphics cards please help! Also the 7600GT is GDDR3 and not GDDR2 does that make it better? does it improve something? What do they both mean! Someone help me out, im confused and have nowhere to turn to!?! What is better overall?