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Old 06-02-03, 03:02 PM   #41
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Originally posted by pgn.inertia
Does that AT ALL matter?
Yes, I really think it does.

When they came in ATi did a "housecleaning" and totally re-changed the way they did things, and their successes now are a result of that and why they're continuing and expanding on those qualities. nVidia just seems locked in a tail-spin the other way.

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Originally posted by BigBerthaEA
What part of stop attacking anyone here who has ANY interest in nVidia products do you not understand?

I have it very straight but at least I don't resort to personal attacks to get my point across.
You have it straight, but wrong. I'll agree to disagree as long as you stop refuting everything I post.
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