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    Asus v8200TVR ........Oh yes

    If only they were all made like this my choice would be much wider & cheaper







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    Bladerunner---You are making me very anxious. Just the looks of that card make it look like a hell of a performer.
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    It does look good with the black PCB a gold sinks, but the main thing I like is the fact that the Ram sinks are also pinned and removable. It will make water cooling the memory much easier or rather less risky.



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    Its PRITTY
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