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ATI X850XL?

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first link may not work, try this:

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OMG, this can't be true

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Or maybe it is. Start Googleing

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(NT) (NT) probably meant x850xt not xl

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(NT) (NT) But it labels as Shader Model 3.0

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RE: Contradictory specs, unreliable website

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