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    ASRock confirms Phantom Gaming graphics cards range

    Teased on YouTube as "Fast, Mysterious, and Unpredictable" - but coming soon.
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    Re: ASRock confirms Phantom Gaming graphics cards range

    Not sure stating anything as unpredictable is a good sales move
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    Re: ASRock confirms Phantom Gaming graphics cards range

    Quote Originally Posted by Jonj1611 View Post
    Not sure stating anything as unpredictable is a good sales move
    That was my immediate thought too. It may have sounded cool and edgy when it was dreamt up by Asrock's marketing gurus, but it clearly hasn't been thought through....

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    Re: ASRock confirms Phantom Gaming graphics cards range

    Maybe the 'unpredictability' is they're also using a Matrox chip...


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    Re: ASRock confirms Phantom Gaming graphics cards range

    Everyone seems to be expecting this will be a range of AMD cards... I'm not so sure

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