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Sunday, 27 May 2007 11:43

Yet another 2900XT controversy

Written by Fudzilla staff
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UVD on the box, but not inside

 

After so much R600 talk in the past months, one wouldn't expect any more surprises or controversies now that the card is finally out. However, it seems DAAMIT is not out of the woods just yet, and UVD marketing is another fine mess they've gotten themselves into.

Since our beloved editor is enjoying the view and a barbecue on a hillside in northern Bosnia, you'll have to wait a bit for the full story. In the meantime you can check out an article by our buddy Theo over at the Inq, here.

DAAMIT, again.

Last modified on Monday, 28 May 2007 06:15

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