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i can play 1080p video on cpu only -_-
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notice i said current gen, g92 and up revised 8600's can also do it.

and if you have a c2d like 2ghz+ you should be able to pull off 1080p via software.
Edited by Captain Han - 7/8/08 at 9:25pm
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sorry i do believe you its just hard to believe the fact that something so cheap can play something with some much detail, but i believe you, sorry if i offended you
Trust me.

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i can play 1080p video on cpu only -_-
You have a quad. A $50 dual-core + $25 card can do the same while consuming less power.

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notice i said current gen, g92 and up revised 8600's can also do it.

and if you have a c2d like 2ghz+ you should be able to pull off 1080p via software.
Yup, I just wanted to clearify Pure Video 1 vs 2.
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i trust you, look at your rep points, you kidding me, you dont get that for nothing, i trust ya,
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