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Old 4th Apr 2006, 09:00   #1
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Mesh goes CrossFire with new Radeon boards

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Old 4th Apr 2006, 09:19   #2
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They look alright, but two things:

On a (pound symbol)1800 system, wouldn't it be at least reasonable to give the target audience what they need? That being 2GB of decent memory, rather than 1GB of el-chepo, chosen so that they can stuff a copy of MCE on there? Along with that, who's the cheap bugger who's in charge of giving you a crappy 2.1 set with the system. Frick, would it be too much for them to take 10 bucks out of the profits to provide decent surround sound?
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Old 4th Apr 2006, 11:21   #3
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I had one of the first Dual core Mesh systems, with an X850, Sound blaster, 4400 ,2GB and a VX910 for 1600 9 months ago-

This makes these new Meshes seem like a very good deal- one problem is that Mesh PCs are very loud and crash too often.

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