I'm not sure if this is a better subforum than Gamers' Pulse, but that one seems to be more concerned with the games themselves. I'm looking to upgrade from my 64MB Gainward GEForce 440MX (yuk it up) to something a bit more substantial. I'd like to go for a GEForce 6800, but I'm not sure which model would be best for my purposes. I have an Athlon XP 2100+ (1.73GHz) on a Soyo KT-400D w/ 512MB 400MHz RAM and a 400W PS. I'm fairly certain that my CPU is going to be a bit of a drag on performance. I only have one power connector free in my system and would be unable to free up two without buying a new PS. I know that power is an issue, and it's what's steering me toward the 6800 instead of the X800, since the X800 requires two free power connectors as opposed to one with a y-adapter. Anyway, I'm not a hardcore gamer but I'd like something that'll make stuff like Far Cry and Joint Ops: Typhoon Rising look nice. I'd also like something that won't be obsolete for at least 2 years. I'm leaning toward the 6800GT but I'd like to know if I'd be better off with a plain 6800 or an Ultra. As far as I can tell, the Ultra and GT look pretty similar. I'm not sure if there's any large difference. What's the general opinion on these cards for the occasional gamer?