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Old 01-14-2009, 03:41 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 01-14-2009, 05:23 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Wow those cards look pretty nice :]

Cheap too aye?

I have an XFX card in now and I do like the brand

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Have to say XFX is my fave. They must offer double lifetime w/ their ATI cards too.
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Yeah those are nice looking. XFX is a good brand, too, good to see places are finally stocking their new ATI line.

Are they still going to do nvidia now or is it just ATI?
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I sure hope they stick with nVidia. I've stuck with nVidia from the begining and I've never had ONE problem with them. Those new ATI cards look pretty sexy. They would match my rig quite nicely.
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that card looks pretty **** nice. But i still hope they make Nvidea Cards as they are a good brand.
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Yes, they are a great brand with an awsome warranty.....great support also....top notch.....I would not be afraid to buy one of their ATI cards.
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finally ati got a good brand for their cards.

The only thing ATi can render faster than nVidia is the BSOD

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Well, xFx has supported nVidia for a while and I would dare to say that xFx is one of nVidia's key board printing partners so I doubt they'll drop nVidia , ever.

Anyways those cards are ****ing sexy, the looks alone put them a step above.
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XFX X1950X XXX edition anyone? ;D

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