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Old 7th January, 2005, 01:54 AM
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a little advice

i am currently eyeing up a GF fx 5700LE

the detailed specs are:
GeForce FX5700LE 256 MB Inno3D
Product Overview :

Powered by nVidia GeForce™ FX 57000 GPU
256-bit graphic core and 128-bit memory interface
0.13 micron process technology
Nvidia® CineFX™ 2.0 engine
Nvidia® UltraShadow™ technology
Nvidia® Intellisample™ high-resolution compression technology (HCT)
True 128-bit studio precision computation
Advanced pixel shaders
Supports shading language like for Cg and HLSL
Nvidia® ForceWare™ unified software environment (USE)
Nvidia® Unified Driver Architecture (UDA)
Optimizations and Support for DirectX9 and OpenGL 1.5
Nvidia® nView™ multi-display technology
Nvidia® Digital Vibrance Control™ (DVC) 3.0
4 Pixels/Clock Rendering Pipeline
Supports AGP8X interface (2.1 GB/s Bandwidth to System)
Dual 400MHz RAMDACs supports up to 2048*1536 at 85Hz
DVI Output supports up to 1600*1200
Integrated NTSC & PAL TV encoder supports up to 1024*768 resolution
Integrated full hardware MPEG2 decoder accelerates DVD playback
64-phase video scaler


Currently i have in my computer: a gf fx5600 (3d Blaster 5, 128mb)
i put my old card: gf4 ti4200 (128mb) into my gf's computer

im thinking of either buying the above card for £69.99, then moving the 5600 into my gf's computer and having a spare gf4 ti card,
or just leave it as it is.

I'm not interested in buying ATI, maybe a better nvidia card than a fx5600 for around £70 ish

suggestions ?
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