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dandano
07-28-05, 07:21 PM
Sorry if this has already been posted.

http://www.zipzoomfly.com/jsp/ProductDetail.jsp?ProductCode=321028

So, what do people think?

danh

Banko
07-28-05, 08:12 PM
See sig.

AthlonXP1800
07-28-05, 08:20 PM
That very good price. :)

JERRY3205
10-13-05, 09:53 PM
Yes,The core/memory 490/1.3g is prefect for 3D games... good c/p ....

bigjohns97
10-14-05, 05:32 PM
see sig

ruff97
10-14-05, 08:30 PM
have u try OC your bigjohns97

badboy64
10-14-05, 09:29 PM
See sig.:D

ruff97
10-14-05, 09:31 PM
nice

P.S are you use air to cool it

Omega53
10-14-05, 11:27 PM
see sig :)

bigjohns97
10-14-05, 11:35 PM
Yeah i have tried to overclock and i really can't tell the diffrence so i leave it at stock. You can maybe get 526/1350 or something but it's hard to notice a diffrence.

PeterJensen
10-15-05, 03:38 AM
Se sig :D

mikechai
10-15-05, 08:06 AM
see sig :lol2:

rewt
10-15-05, 08:47 AM
Warranty Length: Double Lifetime Manufacturer warranty.

What the hell is a double lifetime warranty?! Does this mean that when I'm deceased, my siblings can still send the card in for repair? Or does it mean I get better warranty on SLi because I have double the cards? Probably neither... This warranty business is getting to be a joke. Nobody can beat BFG's true lifetime warranty, but thats the main reason BFG cards are so expensive.

vläd
10-15-05, 01:30 PM
What the hell is a double lifetime warranty?! Does this mean that when I'm deceased, my siblings can still send the card in for repair?

I believe it means that if you sell the video card, the person that you sell it to will also be covered by the warranty. I believe XFX stipulates that the original purchaser must register the card on the XFX web site to have this warranty. Full explanation is in this page. (http://www.xfxforce.com/web/support/showWarranty.jspa?regionId=1&productGenerationId=11979)

angshuman
10-15-05, 01:39 PM
Does this mean that when I'm deceased, my siblings can still send the card in for repair?
Nope. Only your offspring can, after your death. However, their age when they send in the card cannot be greater than the difference between your age at death and your age when you bought the card. Hence, "double lifetime".