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    Two kinds of MSI 9500GT review

    In this article, we will analysis MSI N9500GT-MD512 and N9500GT-MD512Z/D2 for you. We chose 3DMark Vantage and ten current mainstream games to test and they are: Halflife2, Crysis, COD4, UT3, NFS11, COH, World in Conflict, etc...







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    Green Power val_wilder's Avatar
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    not bad



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    Call Lightning Storm kyouta's Avatar
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    more budget cards please!

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    Personally, I don't find this card that budget as advertised. The point is, you can just top up a tinny bit more and get a far more superior 9600GT. Surely the pricing of this card is kindda off.

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    Any price information? The review compares them against HD3650. So are they around that price range? With HD3850 being priced at S$139, I don't think ATI is under threat for the budget cards region.
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    Newegg have them at $70..which is pretty much when you can get 9600 GSO 384MB with better than reference cooler with $75

    ..or HD3850 512MB with $80

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    cmon nvidia, stop producing crap already...