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Zod

Video Card Question...

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COD5 is World at War.

I'm going for my prestige mode.

negative, COD5 is coming out soon, World at war is world at war.

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COD5 is World at War.

I'm going for my prestige mode.

Bring it homeboy

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I hate the friggin dogs in that game.

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I ended up getting a nvidia overclocked 9800 series card and the new call of duty game with a new 24 inch lcd

sweeeet

Good card. Probably the best bang for your buck right now.

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Zod, if you pick up any of the Adobe CS4 products, they use the memory off your video card to assist in the application. I can zoom around on a 1GB photoshop file like nothing. It is amazing. I can't believe they waited so long to add that feature....

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Just looked up the features. Not worth me upgrading form CS3 yet.

I use lightroom mainly anyways.

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