1. dizietsma

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    Looking far back as 26th Feb 2004 ( true almost 4 days ago ) and quoting Evan Lieb, nvidia's employee of the month ...


    http://www.anandtech.com/guides/showdoc.html?i=1979&p=3

    Recommendation: 128MB PowerColor Radeon 9600 Pro, DVI, TV-out

    "Ever since the release of the ATI R300 cores and their later iterations, ATI has either led or has had a clear lead over NVIDIA in terms of performance and price."


    Runner-up: 128MB ATI Radeon 9700 Pro

    "Another video card that we suggest taking a close look at is the now 18-month old 9700 Pro, still a great card to this day."

    I'm glad I did spend the 4 seconds it took to be honest to dig this out ...

    Kyleb , your repost ?
     
  2. kyleb

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    i must say you proved me wrong on that count. however, i still stand behind my beleif that anandtech video reviews have been blatently slanted in nividia's favor for the past 6 months.
     
  3. digitalwanderer

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    Give me a bit of time to dig up the thread that Evan came by and discussed some things with the community, we'll see how long your opinion lasts. :lol:

    I'll hunt it up in a bit, I'm too busy with the kids for the next few hours. :)
     
  4. Natoma

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    That's as much as I can get out putting my two 512s at 2-5-2-3. That and the gigabyte 8knxp doesn't support voltages higher than 1.6. It's using the voltage regulations for prescott. :)
     
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