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Old 11-02-03, 09:45 AM   #28
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Originally posted by fuxifuxi
I took a closer look at my card and it has only 4 memory chips. That will make it a 64-bit card, no ? Also the memories are Infineon HYB25D256 160BT, which, according to Infineon data sheets are working at 333 MHz.
Therefore it is proven without doubt that Asus lied about the card's memory clock speed...

Ouch, That is a 64 bit card, I mean the memory already lowered to 333 mhz and it at 64 bit.. How much bandwith is that anyway? Cant be much.. I highly reccomend you take it back.

We have a 5200 Non Ultra with 128 Bit memory That has the default clock speeds. It replaced a geforce 4 MX here and it seems to be going pretty well. Definately not the way you describe yours..
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