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Old 30th December 2007, 18:53   #1
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Default Power Color intros HD 3850 AGP

How the binding is technically solved by AGP, was not to be found out so far yet accurately. It is to be assumed however possibly even the past Bridge chip is used named Rialto. It remains corresponding being waiting in what respect one has to adjust oneself with the AGP variant to performance losses. These should however if at all in an acceptable framework lie, in order to be able to protect a clear projection/lead in relation to the X 1950Pro. To state it remains however that ATI has here now a clear advantage opposite Nvidia, particularly since one has to fight there probably still with problems concerning the Bridge chip.
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