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|04-02-2008, 01:43 AM||#1|
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ASUS EN8800GTS TOP 512MB
NVIDIA's 9-series might be brand-new, but the 8-series should not be overlooked. Most 8800 GTS 512 cards cost less than the 9800 GTX, and can be easily overclocked to overpower it. In the case of this pre-overclocked ASUS card, the 9800 GTX doesn't have a fighting chance.
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