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Xfx 7600gt Agp

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XFX recently released two versions of the 7600GT in AGP, how cool is that. One version is the standard 560/1400 and the other is just an OCed version to 580/1500. Newegg is selling them but the OC version is sold out but it's only a 20mhz OC so no big deal right. I'm not sure if this is old but I just found out so it's new to me .
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The Overclock is no big deal on the core. Nice increase for the memory. However i would just get the standard version and overclock it if needed.
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