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    GeForce 7100 GS creeps into the picture

    The GeForce 7100 GS has a quaint 350MHz core clock and comes equipped with DDR2 memory. TurboCache is supported, giving the cards access to up to 512MiB frame buffer in total, provided the host system has at least 1GiB of RAM.
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    Yawnnn... why do graphics card manufacturers need so many models. In the low end one cheep model should do, a few mid range with more than 10MHz difference (cough, ati, cough) and some high end models. Do we really need a 7100, 7300, 7600, 7800, 7900 each with a selection of GS, LE, GT, GTX, XT, Ultra and other suffexes along with OC versions of everything. Of course ATI is just as bad re branding a slightly faster card as X(the next model -50). Kind of gets old and it makes it difficult to keep track of models. Sorry to rant so long, but we need fewer SKUs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by awm
    Do we really need a 7100, 7300, 7600, 7800, 7900
    and laptops can also choose a 7400 and 7200 aswell

    and 7950 dont forget
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    a red nvidia card...hmmm

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    Well as I said their are too maky SKUs to keep track of, can't expect me to remember them all . Maybe it would be easier to remember everything but 7700 exists!

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    I heartily agree, the graphics card buying process is a real headache, too many models, too many differences.

    I think its driven by the need of just 2 companies constantly competing to do the best in one range of the market (ie. performance, middle, value). Had to recommend a graphics card to fit 100 different machines this week, that hurt my head!

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