XFX Release The Turbocharged GeForce® 7900 GS and GeForce® 7950 GT

"XFX Release The Turbocharged GeForce® 7900 GS and GeForce® 7950 GT"

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Gamers thrive on high velocity technology, speed and power, all of which are at the core of XFX’s blazin’ hot GeForce® 7900 GS graphics card. Taking visual acuity to an entirely new level, this card helps gamers keep an edge over their competition.

But now… for the real after-shock, XFX is proud to present their new juiced-up, turbocharged power-models. Be prepared and check out the product specification sheets that are attached for a full overview!

XFX 7900 GS .pdf
XFX 7950 GT .pdf

To learn more about the GeForce® 7900 GS or GeForce® 7950 GT graphics cards, follow the links.

Feel free to comment on these products in our forum

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19-09-2006, 14:58:10

ai_01
awesome find, reps for you. love the sec timer on the lower left corner =P

19-09-2006, 15:04:49

Dav0s
yeah ive used this plugin for quite a while, but before it was released, I always did the changes manually to firefox.

me and frag have both written guides on it, but all it does it optimises your bandwidth for broadband, and allows more concurrent connections.

all these settigns can be manually changed in about:config

19-09-2006, 15:05:35

Hyper

all these settigns can be manually changed in about:config


But why bother Dave if you can get a tool to do it all for you :(

19-09-2006, 15:07:23

Dav0s
because i can change them to suit my connection sam, whereas fasterfox is still making assumptions on your bandwidth speed. hence, by doing it manually, mine is that tiny bit faster than fasterfox can make it.

19-09-2006, 15:29:47

Hyper

because i can change them to suit my connection sam, whereas fasterfox is still making assumptions on your bandwidth speed. hence, by doing it manually, mine is that tiny bit faster than fasterfox can make it.


Fair enough :worship:

19-09-2006, 21:15:16

blawblaw
Damn, nice find indeed.

19-09-2006, 21:16:56

FragTek
It more than likely tweaks the settings how we have listed in the FF tweaks guide here at OC3D :)

19-09-2006, 22:42:28

jiffz

It more than likely tweaks the settings how we have listed in the FF tweaks guide here at OC3D :)



Yeah, but I've been to lazy to re-do them since my last format :p, so this is a great plugin imo!

I don't want to steer this thread into a 'Try this firefox plugin' etc, but this plugin puts an 'X' on each of your tabs which I find very handy :) Tabfx

20-09-2006, 03:33:23

Kempez
You don't really need an "X" on the tabs cause you can just middle click to close :)

I use tabbrowser preferences :)

20-09-2006, 06:46:22

FragTek
Speaking of all this, I wonder if I can tweak the FF settings on Mac... I bet so... Muahahaha :)

Actually, I prefer Safari over FF and I don't use that much. Safari looks better, it's faster, and has the same support. Me <3 Safari.
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