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Old 7th September 2007, 12:23 PM
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only by a landslide. That and things actually work the way the are supposed to. The biggest reason I bought the new card was because 2.0 shaders didn't seem to work right, and a few other settings didn't work at all. I have always favored Nvidia, but found a good deal on the x800gto2 and thought I might as well give it a shot...
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