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    9800 np ?

    ne one know how good the 9800 np is cos they got it for 219 quid at overclockers cos im deciding between this and an abit 5800 at 240

    have review for abit : http://www.nordichardware.com/review...5800/index.php

    could do with a review for the 9800np

    thx

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    I'd expect it to perform like a 9700 Pro, since it's core speed is identical, and it's memory speed is slightly less...

    the bandwidth decrease would be made up by the optimisations of r350 though, I'd expect.

    I would certainly buy it over a 5800-nonultra.

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    Wait for someone whos sure BUT im quite ceratin that the 9800np is worse than a 9700pro available at the same price or less- dont rush in mate

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    that review of the 5800 shows that it performs about the same as the 9700pro and is quite a good overclocker

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    ive heard you can put a 9800pro bios on the things

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    things?

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    Fezz, please reduce your sig size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saracen View Post
    And by trying to force me to like small pants, they've alienated me.

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    Originally posted by Agent
    Fezz, please reduce your sig size.

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    better?

    wanna help me on the tread now?

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    Originally posted by Fezz
    better?

    wanna help me on the tread now?
    Thanks

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    hehe i posted this reply in the wrong thread lol
    heres a little FAQ thingy about them hope it helps
    http://www.freewebs.com/usmanasar/ebay/9800faq.htm
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    this ones pretty gd

    http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/produ...duct_uid=43105

    hasnt really given me ne trouble the little curves on the side are comfortable - ure hand sits in it nicely

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    Originally posted by Cesium
    this ones pretty gd

    http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/produ...duct_uid=43105

    hasnt really given me ne trouble the little curves on the side are comfortable - ure hand sits in it nicely
    erm.... Just a guess but i think you were meaning to aim this for my thread over at http://forums.hexus.net/showthread.php?threadid=504

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    thats wot i thought lol

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    true got wrong 1

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