Which is better. I hear that the All in wonder is slower than the regular, but does that include the OEM version? I am looking into getting one of these and want it mainly for gaming and graphics programs, but would also like the multimedia features. Any suggestions?
You know, I've seen some damn long descriptions of where people live, and I was just wondering how freakin' long of a location they actually allow you to write in here. Looks like it's quite a bit. Oh well, if the space is here I'll use it!!! :)
The AIW has a lower clockspeed than the 8500LE... not sure exactly, down around 230/230, perhaps even lower (200/230?).
Great card for the multimedia features though, just not a speed demon (well, compared to the GF3Ti500 and GF4Ti cards... it's plenty fast enough for today's games though).
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