GECUBE Graphic Cards Bundled with World’s First DX10 Game “Call of Juarez”

" GECUBE HD2600 PCI-e Graphic Cards special promotion bundled with World’s First DX10 Game “Call of Juarez. " (For Selected Regions only)"

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GECUBE Graphic Cards Bundled with World’s First DX10 Game “Call of Juarez”

GECUBE HD2000 series--Gamers and editors alike have all been looking forward to the launch in the end of June. It’s complete HD2000 line-up including the HD2900, HD2600 and HD2400 series. Their outstanding performance and DirectX 10 performance has delivered high definition visuals that have left everyone in awe. To take the experience to a whole new level, GECUBE has more good news for everyone today. All HD2600 PCI-e graphics card products will now include an original copy of “Call of Juarez” so you can experience the exquisite images, smoothness and realism of DX10 right away.

The “Call of Juarez” is the first DX10 game released in the world and it features ultra-realistic Wild West style, “Cowboys and Indians,” shooting action. This new level of realism obviously calls for the performance that the GECUBE HD2000 series has to offer. Buy a new-generation HD2600 PCI-e Series graphics card now to receive the latest DX10 game and experience the immersion factor that the DX10 has to offer! Hurry up!! The unbelievable deal is only available while stocks last! Promotional Regions: Taiwan, Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Japan

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31-07-2007, 02:57:55

Im thninking maybe the set up files don't like the DVD format... so will not boot.

lol, the setup files are 200mb and the DVD is 4.7Gb... mmmm! :D

31-07-2007, 09:18:54

pretty sure my server03 is on a dvd, so shdnt be the problem

31-07-2007, 14:13:59

Mmm, Maybe I mucked up the nLiteing.. :)
Will try again and report back.

01-08-2007, 10:19:26

Right, Im back... This time I burnt my ISO to CD.
Now perfect to boot from.

I have it installed now, And I must say.. so much cleaner and quicker. :)

01-08-2007, 12:17:33

glad you like it :)

02-08-2007, 10:46:05

Dave, how small did you get your 2k3?
I got my installtion files down to about 350Mb from 500ish.

02-08-2007, 11:46:44

Wow, my XP install cd is 248 :p

02-08-2007, 12:46:43


Wow, my XP install cd is 248 :p

Hahhaa, Show off! More tweaking to be done then! :)

02-08-2007, 15:01:39

i haven't nlited my server03, runs smooth enough as it is :)

pretty sure i got my XP to under 200mb tho, but i did miss out a lot of things i later regretted

02-08-2007, 20:26:25

Do I need AGP filters? It won;t effect a PCI-E card will it?

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