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 10/08/2003 05:31 AM
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SexyLady
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QUOTE Isn't it just your local hardware retailer that uses such high prices?
Otherwise, it would be attractive to order a card in the US and pay the shipping costs.
729 NZD are about, ehm, 450 USD? Way too expensive as far as i'm concerned...
It aint the retailer that has crap prices its the NZ exchange rate of our dollar ..... we only get 59 US cents for every 1 NZ dollar we pay, so thats why the ATI Radeon 5800 Pro is well over $700 here

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 10/08/2003 05:32 AM
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QUOTE (Dagalidis @ Oct 8 2003, 01:18 AM) I dont trust what TOM give us......
Trust him or not, fact is, that the Ti4200 only supports dx8, not the dx9, needed for the newer games.

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 10/08/2003 06:15 AM
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kaasKnabbel,

just an FYI: Tom's doesn't allow direct linking of his graphs. Kyle Bennett @ HardOCP doesn't either...best approach is to screen capture, crop and then link...

sorry!

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dave

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 10/08/2003 06:39 AM
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QUOTE (Dave Graham @ Oct 8 2003, 02:15 AM) kaasKnabbel,

just an FYI: Tom's doesn't allow direct linking of his graphs.  Kyle Bennett @ HardOCP doesn't either...best approach is to screen capture, crop and then link...

sorry!

cheers,

dave
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Didnt know, but too much work for now to change it. I wont direct link it in the future anymore though. Tx for the tip

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 10/08/2003 08:19 AM
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oh, i wasn't even referring to the copyright part...I was more referring to the inability to post photos from tom's site due to the way he inserts pictures into the copy.



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i'd go with a 9500 or 9600 if on a budget
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