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Old 10-21-2005, 11:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I bought A 6600gt video card but today when I got it my seller offered the 6600gt 256 if I add about 20$
is it worth it?
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No. You will not notice a difference between the 2 IMO.
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it seems like you already bought the 6600GT 256MB
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not exactly
but anyway I would like to know if it's worth
I mean if I would buy it will it cost aprox 20$ more?
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No. You will not notice a difference between the 2 IMO.
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lol shawn save your money yeah
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if it was me.. i would actually do it.. its $20 to go from 128MB to 256MB.. id do it.. but thats up to you
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I don't think it's the same prices abroad and here
so here the 128 costs aprox 222$ and the 256 costs 244$
is it worth the adding of 10% ?
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