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amd/ati vs intel/nvidia

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Re: amd/ati vs intel/nvidia

Postby CBR1000 » Wed Jun 16, 2010 4:41 pm

Thanks Amir and Cell,
Your coments and advice are helpful. I will let it sit for a bit and then see which way I and up going. I will let you know how I fair with loading Ultimate Edition on whatever machine I get.
Thanks for your time and advice
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Re: amd/ati vs intel/nvidia

Postby CBR1000 » Wed Jun 16, 2010 4:47 pm

Sorry 2Hot6ft2, I didn't see your post until I posted my reply. Thank you too for your helpful reply
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