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Old 08-08-2006, 07:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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first of is this a good card and
is it HDCP ready
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That is a very good card, if im not mistaken it is the fastest single card on the market right now. Ive been saving to buy myself one.

Yes it is HDCP ready
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Isn't the fastest single the GeForce 7950 GX2?
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not exactly, the 7950gx2' speeds are core 500 mem 1200, and 1900xtx is core 650 and mem 1550, but the 7950 has twice the memory of the 1900 which bumps the proformance up quite a bit, but im pretty sure the 1900 is still the fastest.
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The 7950GX2 Has 2 cores...


Its a much faster.


but the x1900xt is a awsome card.
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yeah, i researched a little and the 7950 is faster, but b4 it came out 1900 was. (i failed to realize it had 2 gpus)
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was that the thing on newegg for $200 after rebates?

When I saw it I wished I'd gone ATi
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