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Tuesday, January 17, 2006
ASUS Extreme N7800GT Dual Review


The ASUS Extreme N7800GT Dual is one of the advanced card of Asus, since it uses two GPU cores on the same PCB. This poses many questions, such as "will the performance be truly doubled?", or "will it be cool and quiet, or noisy and hot?" and "is this card compatible with all mainboards?". Hopefuly, all these questions will be answered in this review.



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