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    Asus V7100T Geforce 2 Mx or Asus V6600 Geforce 256?????

    Hey guys,
    Im sure you already read it....Which one?? I was looking at the Asus V6600 Geforce 256..beacsue it has tv out similar to the Asus V7100T 2 MX. Im also looking for good perfomance..i play games like UT, CS, Quake 3, and alot of racng and simultaion. I know the MX has the Geforce 2 instructions, but ive still heard its similar to the Voodoo 4 (which I have now...and dont like). If anyone could give me some info/suggestions on this. thanx
    jay

    P.S. Is the Asus v6600 256 DDR or SDR??? I couldnt find out anywhere....thanx

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    BTW, the Geforce 2565 im talking about is a Deluxe edititin...if that helps figuring out if its DDR or SDR...i dunno..
    jay

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    -Abit VA6 w/ VIa Apollo Pro 133A chipset
    -Voodoo 4 4500 @ 176 Mhz
    -256Mb PC 133 SDRAM
    -Sound Blaster Live! 128
    -10.2 gig Fijitsu @ 5400rpm
    -52x Liteon CD-ROM
    -4x4x24 Iomega ZipCD650 CDRW
    -Sony CPD-E100 15" FD Trinitron Flat Screen
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    Inspire 5300s | Pioneer 106s 16x DVD | LG 16x Super Multi DVD-Writer Dual | Intel Gigabit LAN | Enermax 300Watt | 20.1" Viewsonic LCD 1600x1200 | Windows XP Pro SP2

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    Actually I personally own a GeForce V6600 Deluxe, and it's really great because it has video-in/video-out. Oh and it is SDR.

    In term of pure speed, I would bet V7100 is faster (my girlfriend has one and it's really great too for the price).
    Maybe you should consider the V6800 DDR Deluxe !

    Hope that helps a bit,

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    Spend a few more bucks and get the Asus V6800 GeForce 256 DDR deluxe. It also has T.V in and outs but it's a 32 meg DDR card not SDR like the V6600. I have the V6800 and love the card, i installed it back in August of 2000 and never had a problem, it just hums away and does it's thing. Go for the GeForce 256 DDR over the MX, the 256 DDR is faster still.

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    One more thing, you can overclock the V6800 through the Asus tweak utility with the push of a button. I've had it up to 145 mhz without a problem, keep in mind it's a DDR card too so you're screaming along.

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