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    Dutch site Computerboot is taking orders for the Club3D Geforce FX 256DDR2 DVI/TVO graphics card, the price 650 Euros,
    not sure if this is inclusive or subject to sales tax.

    Club3D NV30 PDF brochure

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    Hey, send The__tweaker a PM about that as he's alsways lookin' for the "latest & greastest thing out" plus I'm sure that he wil thoroughly test it out and give a full report on matters. :devil win

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    Quote Originally Posted by weta
    Dutch site Computerboot is taking orders for the Club3D Geforce FX 256DDR2 DVI/TVO graphics card, the price 650 Euros,
    not sure if this is inclusive or subject to sales tax.

    Club3D NV30 PDF brochure
    650 euro's :eek:

    i guess that means we can expect it to be around the $1500 dollar mark here. No matter how good any video card is it aint worth $1500. I'll consider buying it when the price drops to $200. And eventually it will.

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    I'm no't so sure but $1295aus was hinted at but I really hope that that is for the top model and not the base one. This sometimes payin' almost 3x for top vid cards is gettin' a bit much when there are cards like the Gigabyte MAYA R9000 that are practically bein' givin' away. :confused:
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    Like Wiggo said, we don't HAVE to buy the freakin geekforce FX, but we damn sure want to i can tell ya... :geek:

    Those damn computer toys are so expensive and they don't last to long eighter...

    I remember when my voodoo 2 with 12 mb of mem rocked the ass of me, that was one HELL of a rig i can tell ya,,,

    Never foget when i powered up the monster the first time and grabbed hold of my furniture and played like in frenzy...! :shoot3:

    Naa, i'm not gonna bother with this **** no more it's just to expensive no more videocards for this Swede...

    Or maybe just this last card, but then no more...

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    Hey wasn't meanin' nasty m8. : peace2:

    But yes I remember how impressed I was not long ago when I went from a 512KB ISA vid card to a 1MB PCI card. :D
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    Damn! I wasn't goin' to post anymore tonite :(

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    Btw, i guess it's you Wiggo who owns the most computers and who surely spent the most$ of us all here on the forum throuh the years...

    I have a couple of P2's & p3's lying around but as they aren't complete i do not count them. Then i only have two comps up'n running atm... How many comps are making noice ower at your place right now... 5-6?? :)

    Just wondering as in my opinion there can never be to many...

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    Only if I can do the same my friend. ;)




    <small>but I do seem to remember all the links that I posted when someone asked me for the "ultimate PC no cost to be spared without overclockin'" was about the question at the time? :devil win</small>

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    hmm i have never used ISA based graphics, or yeah btw in my first comp i did. But that was only a 25 Mhz 486 with 333 mb hdd
    and 8 mb of EDO memory, not to fancy just a good workin machine whitch i unfortunatley had to put a sleep due to it's bad menthal health... :cry:

    In your case the biggest difference should have been made by the major speed difference between the isa vs pci bus i assume, more than the actual memory upgradement right...?

    Talking about huge steps, i went from that old 25 Mhz 486 to a 166 Mhz pentium how about that? :)

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    What if I told ya that mine was a 33MHz 386 with 2MB of memory (4 x 512KB sticks which cost $100's back then) and had a 42MB hard drive? :?:

    I still have the case and a much changed interior as it now houses my first ever upgrade and is now a AMD 586 133MHz (P75) @ 150MHz (and no heatsink fan), CDROM, 128MB memory, 4GB HDD, TNT2 M64 PCI, SB16 ISA, etc... :D

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