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Old 17th February 2009, 16:09   #1
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Why such an article on Power-PC? Here is the question which should be raised. Our goal here is not to launch a polemic, or to show finger a mark or the other among ATI and Nvidia. Our goal is, as had done we at the time of our file on the consumption of the PC, to make become aware of a phenomenon, and its possible implications. All that touches with consumption remains, in spite of the growing number of articles on the question, obscure enough for many users. The consumption of a configuration is already very often badly apprehended, then from there with evaluating well that of a graphics card, it is a great step that much did not cross yet.
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