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cbarnard

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From what I can see about both of those products they are exactly the same.

Newegg: doesn't do anything to make them cheaper. They just sell so much volume that they have large volume discounts allowing them to offer a very good price.

According to the specs on both of the products they mirror that of the offical site.

hope this helps.

Good luck

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haha thanks man.

just wanna make sure that i'm buying the deathadder and lycosa, not the chinese knockoffs :)
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hey, im going through finding parts for my own custom pc as well and i found this video card on newegg that looks truly amazing http://www.newegg.co...N82E16814102809 its basically two crosfired vid cards on one unit
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yeah, but i'm getting the same thing basically just half the price and not ddr3
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