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Originally Posted by Mr. Mister View Post
I am too, sort of. Russians like ATI lol.

Da, ya tozhe ruskiy, moyi klavishi s ruskimi bukvami pochemuta slomalis
You lost me after: Yes, I'm also Russian.

I didn't know the die size of RV770 was so much larger than RV670! Now I know why people were complaining that it was 80c at load.

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Originally Posted by SyncMaster753 View Post
that phrase is immune to free translators
Russian is written in Cryllic, not Engrish
post #12 of 13
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Originally Posted by RussianGrimmReaper View Post
You lost me after: Yes, I'm also Russian.

I didn't know the die size of RV770 was so much larger than RV670! Now I know why people were complaining that it was 80c at load.
he said his keyboard with russian letters broke
    
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post #13 of 13
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Originally Posted by A Russian :D View Post
he said his keyboard with russian letters broke
Oh, yeah, that makes sense, I'm from Gorkiy so his pronouncation is strange to me
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