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    Exclamation GF3 Ti500 Sux!

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    Palomino 1.4Ghz @ 1.57Ghz @ default voltage /w DTek Spir@l block 512MB Crucial DDR @ 300Mhz CAS222 ATi OEM Radeon8500 @ 295/275 vmem=3.5v, would of gotten GF3 if they had better filters..... 3Com 905 TX SoundBlaster Live OEM 120gig Western Digital Special Edition (8MB Cache) 20gig Fujitsu 5400rpm (gonna get another WD1200JB for Raid0 soon) LiteOn 24x burner Enermax 350watt PSU (voltage modded) Dell P1110 21" Sony FD Trinitron tube @ 1792x1344 85Hz

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    Hmm interesting, I was all set to get the TI 500 when I see this.

    What I am curious all that sounds is the difference between the TI 500 and TI 600 is faster memory, why wont the other manufacturers use the faster memory as well? If they stay competitive I imagine they will as well.


    Well I just went to their site, and they only have it in Spanish, and half their links dont work, so I wonder how reputable this company really is? If they plan to sell in US, I hope they have a US site for support?
    Last edited by Ghosthunter; 11-05-01 at 08:27 AM.

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    Itz not easy to get hold of such high speed DDR chips
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    Palomino 1.4Ghz @ 1.57Ghz @ default voltage /w DTek Spir@l block 512MB Crucial DDR @ 300Mhz CAS222 ATi OEM Radeon8500 @ 295/275 vmem=3.5v, would of gotten GF3 if they had better filters..... 3Com 905 TX SoundBlaster Live OEM 120gig Western Digital Special Edition (8MB Cache) 20gig Fujitsu 5400rpm (gonna get another WD1200JB for Raid0 soon) LiteOn 24x burner Enermax 350watt PSU (voltage modded) Dell P1110 21" Sony FD Trinitron tube @ 1792x1344 85Hz

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    Does a Radeon 8500 pop into mind?

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