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Old 09-09-03, 08:06 PM Thread Starter   #1
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Which FX 5900 Would You Buy ?


Hey all, ive narrowed it down to 2 cards ! the PNY FX 5900 128 mb 400/850 "2.2ns" memory (425.00 cdn). Or the Gainward FX 5900 128 mb 1100 XP 400/800 "2.8ns" memory (425.00 cdn) heres your choices !

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Old 09-09-03, 09:38 PM   #2
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Personally, Niether. I had a PNY ti 4400 melt down a few months ago. I guess it was a pretty common occurence along with other things. I tried to replace it with that Gainward 5900 ultra only to have it arrive DOA http://forum.oc-forums.com/vb/showth...hreadid=230099

Turns out Newegg Stopped stocking the cards so I was refunded. After reading about Nvidias less than stellar DX9 performance I decided to try ATI this time.

I have Read good things about ABIT's and ASUS' Nvidia based cards
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"...I have Read good things about ABIT's and ASUS' Nvidia based cards"
As have I, both seem to be good choices. Also, BFG seems to be doing pretty well in customer satisfaction according to posts I have read at various forums.
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