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I recently went on Tomshardware and I tried selecting certain graphic cards but they were either on the chart and not in the list or in the list and not on the chart. I don't even think their rankings and ratings are right. I tried selecting the Radeon X1950XTX vs 8800GTS 640mb, in the 3d mark 1920x1200x32 test and only the 8800GTS showed up in the chart, (I already know that the 8800GTS would beat the 1950XTX I am just testing). I've only looked through the Video Card section. Let me know if its only me thats having this problem or is it a general thing.


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I find the site there is a little iffy for the past little whie, it'll work in one instance then another will need 4 or so refreshes to get the page to load properly. The reviews are the worst. It's been like this for me for a while. Also the two boards do show up for me under that benchmark.
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Heres a screenshot of what I mean, also another funny thing on the side:

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Edited by SOORENA, 11 August 2007 - 12:34 PM.

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lol, yeah the names in the benchmarks are messed up some times as well.
As an example I've seen the nVidia x1650 pro, things like that.
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