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Thread: GeForce 4 MX - Ughhhhhhhh!




  1. #21
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    Yeah but Oldbugger atm if you want to get a GF3 Ti 200, or 500 for that matter, you'd better hurry and get it as the supplies of these are dryin' up fast and then what will ya be left with? :smokin:
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    That's exactly what I'm saying......don't necessarily fall for the hype ..... exercise YOUR right as a consumer to be selective about what you spend YOUR money on......depending on YOUR needs not what they want to sell you..

    I gave the GF3TI200 to the son.....I'm happy with the ASUS v7100 gf2mx....my needs don't warrant it ...
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    That's one of the reasons I stick with my old TNT2 M64 and it has no probs playin' the games we have but the GF2MX in the Athy box certainly goes well though. ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldbugger
    I gave the GF3TI200 to the son.....

    Can I have a father like you then???
    What came first - Insanity or Society?

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    yeh me too,would be nice if my dad even knew had to use a computer, and i didn't have to explain to him how to turn it on LOL.

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    ;) two things,

    1) showing him school projects ya did with your system.

    2) e-mail cards to mom, and other siblings

    3) watch for projects he might need that you could do on your system.

    wings: he might not get deeply invovled w/ comp's, but dad's
    take pride in there son's complishments. And very supportive of things they don't see as toys.
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    erm..ok....dont think he be interested in my gcse IT comp designing model in excell.....and my comp is a toy :D :rolleyes2

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    I actually enjoy computing in its own right but I also use it to "keep-in-touch" with #2son thru a common interest....we have a ball....with #1son it was fishing and with the dorta it was dining out at restaurants etc (Ok so I'm a fat fisherman with a techo bend)

    Make it a two way thing with your old man and you'll be surprised just how much support you will get...but its gotta be two way
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    But what if you haven't had anything to do with your old man since you were 18 months old? :( :cry:
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    Yeah it will be uuuh YES
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