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Old January 12th 04, 09:04 PM
RL
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Default XFX Quality

I'm considering an XFX 5700 Ultra. Main reason..the only card I see that
offers dual dvi in the 5700 class of gpu. I would like some feedback as to
the quality or other feedback.

TIA


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Old January 13th 04, 12:30 PM
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Bought four XFX GF4 cards... all worked fine - excellent value for money

Guy

RL wrote:
I'm considering an XFX 5700 Ultra. Main reason..the only card I see
that offers dual dvi in the 5700 class of gpu. I would like some
feedback as to the quality or other feedback.

TIA



 




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