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Old 03-26-06, 02:09 AM   #14
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Default Re: SEGA Lindbergh Arcade Board Naked - GPU Shown to be 2004-era GeForce 6 series

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Originally Posted by snowmanwithahat
yeh, but p4's still hold up great comapred to an Athlon XP, gotta remember, before the A64's were released, the pentium 4's dominated the market as the fastest cpu
Fastest for Ghz maybe ... but AMD's old XP line is by far a better core. Runs at a Ghz less and does the same damn thing. A good OC on an AMD will smoke most P4's out. Intel really dropped the ball with the P4's. To be honest... im still surprised my XP OC'ed is still kickin ass in every game I play. Its why I am still delaying going 64bit ATM. (why spend money on new stuff when you can still play the games you like on full settings w/o a hitch?)
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