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Old 10-20-2006, 05:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I really dont get how the X1950 pro gets a better score on 3dmark 06 when it looses in game fps in everything to the X1900XT explain ppl common

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So that makes the X1900XT better for gaming then the X1950PRO? Well the X1900XT has 12 more pipelines and faster clocks.
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I got the X1900XT and it pwns my friends X1950PRO but the bottomline is $$
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