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    Review here

    Is this worth the money....?

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    This is a nice one

    http://www.asus.com/products/vga/r9600xt/overview.htm


    it has a nice o/c utility too.

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    I am sure it is a great card...but what it really comes down to is the "all in wonder" bit. I really could care less for the "all in wonder" bit. And that is what you pay the price for. It is my understanding that you can find the 9600 pro for about $140 USD. What does this one cost?

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    that one is cool but i preffer something with video capturer included, so i can watch TV in my pc !

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    Originally posted by adamp2p@21 October 2003 - 04:34
    I am sure it is a great card...but what it really comes down to is the "all in wonder" bit. I really could care less for the "all in wonder" bit. And that is what you pay the price for. It is my understanding that you can find the 9600 pro for about $140 USD. What does this one cost?
    is $250

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    Check this out:


    Now a lot of people are saying that laying down US$249 bucks for a videocard is a little tough. But, when you add everything that comes with the package, it's actually quite a steal.

    Take these prices for example (USD):

    Remote Wonder: $49
    Pinnacle Studio SE: $99
    Half-Life 2: $49
    GemStar's GuidePlus+: $239 Lifetime Subscription (which is included with this card)
    Matchware Mediator 7: $399
    Muvee AutoProducer DVD Edition: $60


    Add those up: ~US$895 + the actual value of the videocard!

    Now you see, for US$249 bucks, you get US$895 worth of value give and that is not even taking in the videocard into the equation! Great Deal? The numbers speak for themselves.




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    I was thinking about getting a card simular to that but my graphics card is built in (theres no way of taken it out) so would it still work?
    I wasn't going to buy it in the first place, so me downloading it for free isn't losing them any money.

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    New mobo's will automatically disable on board video when you install a card. Check in your mobo manual, you may have to set a jumper.



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    I see in your list Half Life 2 was added as well...

    the game comes with the video card in a pack??

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    Yes it does...

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