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I think Joe is starting to lose it.

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BigRed

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Joe, prehaps you should stop writing reviews at 3am ;)

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Anyone notice anything wrong with that picture? :p

Linky
 

Pinky

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lol

Poor Joe, too bad spell checkers don't catch brand names.
(well, "Deries" should have been caught too I guess)

Be careful, he might login and pull a Kyle on our arses and ban us for questioning his god-like stature in the hardware community! :p
 
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BigRed

BigRed

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pip said:
I didn't know there was a Geforce 3 MX
There wasnt, but nvidia was still pitching the gf2 mx series as the value card at that time. They were also selling the ti200 as the high end of the value segment.
 

UnseenMenace

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BigRed said:

There wasnt, but nvidia was still pitching the gf2 mx series as the value card at that time. They were also selling the ti200 as the high end of the value segment.

Actually there was a large number of Geforce 3 MX made and released by Nvidia....
 
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BigRed

BigRed

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UnseenMenace said:


Actually there was a large number of Geforce 3 MX made and released by Nvidia....
That link was dated before the ti series was released
Ti200 = Mx
Ti500 = Ultra

They just named them differently. But the ti200 was an awfuly good mx as opposed to the crippled gf4mx and gf2mx.