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Sunday January 30, 2005

[H]ardNews 6th Edition

XFX PCI-E 6600GT

With many of the NVIDIA graphic cards manufacturers pushing out basically identical cards, bundles and being slightly cheaper is becoming more of selling point than in previous generations of graphic cards. HEXUS believes XFX is trying to change this a little by giving the customer a little more bang for their buck on the hardware end.

Having a faster card usually entails more expense. This is where XFX scores another point, because a brief look through reputable online vendors' catalogues shows a competitive �150 selling price. I also appreciate that XFX hasn't skimped on the card's bundle.