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What, a 7650gs?

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Here's the link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GeForce...eForce_7650_GS

What do you guys think?
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i have never ever heard of a 7650 only a 7950.
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If you read the source, you'll notice that it's being built on an 80nm process. It also "integrates native support for HDMI and HDCP". Interesting, I didn't think that an 80nm process would be ready by now.

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looks like a ok card.
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