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Old 18th November 2002, 17:51   #1
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I already like this demo

http://www.yeahthemovie.de/html/avis...cing_large.mpg
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idem - voer voor "america's funniest gfx demo's"
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kickass filmke + grappig
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Old 18th November 2002, 23:39   #4
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http://www.madshrimps.be/?action=webnewsshow&id=645

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Old 18th November 2002, 23:56   #5
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I think the mobo manufacturers make those highly integrated max boards because all your pci slots will be blocked by vidcard cooling ... and it will only get worse.
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Bastaspast posted this on shrimp
looks awesome

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Won't the incredebly hot GPU heat up those memchips with the heatspreader instead of cooling them down?

I hope those memchips don't need active cooling, it makes watercooling more difficult. :/
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tommorow I'm receiving my test-sample, will make sure to check that out
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http://images.ukgamer.com/previews/fx/front_large.jpg
http://images.ukgamer.com/previews/fx/front2_large.jpg
http://images.ukgamer.com/previews/fx/profile_large.jpg
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want to know how it performs?
calantak, show me your bench with the P4 @ 3ghz in nature

50fps 1280x1024x32 in Doom3 (compared to 20fps on the Ti4600)
http://images.ukgamer.com/previews/fx/doom3_large.jpg

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93fps <> 173fps
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cute little detail: test rig = P4 3.06Ghz

You'll prolly need a kickass CPU to take full advantage of this vidcard.
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