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    can this be true

    http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...537&CatId=1103


    is this correct?

    a 256mb for 99bucks?


    woah. it is good or crap?
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    pipeline crippled card (low one, early version FX)
    http://www.ocforums.com/showthread.php?p=3127777

    check out the reviews.
    Last edited by 9mmCensor; 10-15-04 at 02:48 PM.

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    It has 128-bit. Not what I call bandwidth crippled.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quailane
    It has 128-bit. Not what I call bandwidth crippled.
    yeah, duh. not really crippled either, just a low pipeline, which hurts it.

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    its crap unless you like 800 x 600 with low IQ on a brand new game....
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    Posters at fatwallet are always saying out Tigerdirect rip people off. I don't know since I've never ordered from them. I like to play games at 1280x1024 at least. 800x600 is not very good. I also have a high IQ. What does that have to do with video cards?

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    9mmCensor, just to make sure that thread is correct, you are wrong. FX cards are NOT 8x1. They are 4x2 and 4x1 and 8x0. NOT 8x1. The only cards that are 8x1 are made during that generation were by ATi

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