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Old 11-06-03, 09:59 AM   #41
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Originally posted by fuxifuxi
Hi !

My old card was a 64-bit card. However, I have chosen to to take my money back, but instead they gave me a Inno3D GeforceFX 5200 with a 128-bit memory interface and with 128MB memory. I thought that was a good deal. They have even agreed to upgrade my card to something else, if I would pay the difference, but my budget is real tight so I can't afford to spend even another 10 $. That's a shame !... but my seller was VERY nice.
I can't wait to get my hands of the other card ...

Awesome, Be sure to show us the differences between the 64 bit card and the 128 bit card with a few benches
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