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MMJ

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had they gotten geforcefx.com that would've been clever, but .org? they'll be lucky to get 5 hits a week.
 

mbentley

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Klownin79 said:
Thanks for seeing the point Pinky.

haha that's great... working on the same principals as nasty porn sites... i remember in high school when we were doing some research for government over the presidents and someone went to whitehouse.com instead of whitehouse.gov... to their surprise they got a porn site :D haha boy did they have some explaining to do when the teacher was walking right by hehe
 

OC Noob

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lol, those crafty Canucks are at it again.

Considering 4 people on these boards have ALREADY seen it I bet they'll get their $30 for registering it worth and then some in advertising.




ps what is a Canuck, besides a hockey maskot?
 

Genocide

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Sorry but thats just wrong, ATI is become quite a dirty player, first cheating on benchmarks, and now trying to steal Nvidia domain names...made me think twice about buying one of their cards, who knows what else they have up their sleeves.
 

mbentley

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Ghost68 said:
yeah but who says ati did it???

good point... i remember when this guy bought up all of the windows98.com and other future years in hopes of microsoft paying him for the doman names too... from what i heard, he made some nice cash off the windows98.xxx one... too bad for him they changed to letters instead of numbers.
 

OC Noob

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Since when is NVidia or ANY company the standard for good morals and civility.

I would think stealing technology would be a worse offense then a silly publicity stunt.