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Old 10-17-03, 06:24 PM Thread Starter   #1
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Question Umm... what's that mean?


In the futureshop flyer there is a XFX Geforce FX 5200 for sale
http://www.futureshop.ca/catalog/pro...18&WLBS=fsweb9
And i keep hearing about 64 bit and 128 bit cards... it says
"New 64-phase Video Scaler: Highest quality for scaling DVD and other video to full-screen HDTV resolutions."
does that mean its 64 bit?
I checked the XFX website and they didn't even list that part number. Either they go by a "what they don't know wont hurt 'em" approach, or im just blind.

Never mind... I'm blind in the small print in the flyer it has the part number (PVT34KNA)
http://www.xfxforce.com/product_view.php?sku=PVT34KNT
it looks like 256 bit, i guess the website is messed or something

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it means that futureshop is poop. buy your card on newegg or ncix but not from futureshop. returns are slow, tech support sux royally, and their prices are way to high. I speak from experience

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