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Thread: Geforce 3 Deluxe




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    Here's a link to a review of the card:

    http://www.active-hardware.com/engli.../v8200-ti2.htm

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    at pricewatch.com it shows it right above geforce 3

    after reading that review....what's so deluxy about it?

    Is ASUS the only company that makes them?

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    The deluxe comes from any extra stuff that comes with it or any extra capabilites. Just looking at the pic of that card you have five connectors. In addition to the regular CRT connector, you have a video in, 3-d glasses, a tv-out, and maybe an S-video connector. The "regular" version may only have a CRT connector. I have a Gainward GF3 Deluxe, it has a S-video-out as well as the CRT connector. No big deal, since I don't use the extra out, but it was the cheapest at the time I got it.
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    Asus adds deluxe to all their video card products pretty much. Its just something to make you think its good, even though its the same as all the other cards with a couple of crappy extra's like 3D glasses

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    So its a uneeded don't worry about card eh?

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    If you need or would actually use any of the extra stuff, it may merit some consideration. :hammer:
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