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Old 02-06-2007, 10:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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RAEDON 9600 SE by Visiontek
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Intel(R) 82915G/GV/910GL Express Family

the reason I'm asking is because I'm getting my new computer with the 8800 GTX and I'm just going to throw my old one away, or I could put it in my mom's computer. Would it be better to go in my mom's computer or should she stay with the Intel one?
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The Radeon by far
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Alright thanks, I won't throw it out then.
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radeon anyday, in fact that 9600 can beat teh guts out of the lower end x-radeon series aka x300 to maybe x800
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Isn't the Intel one an onboard chip? :/
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yes. intel dosent make any dedicated cards. which is weird because apparently they are the one of the largest manufactures of gpus.
rule of thumb anything>intel integrated as far as graphics goes.
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