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|12-04-2006, 10:00 PM||#1|
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ASUS EAX1650XT 256MB
If you don't have $300 to spend on a GPU, then there are a slew of budget cards for you to ponder over. Last week we took a look at an X1650 Pro, and today we are taking a look at a similar model. Is the card worth your $150?
You can read the full review here and discuss it here.
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