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Old Jan 10, 2003, 11:35 PM
DMC DMC is offline
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Default Ati Rage Fury Pro

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Anyone got/tried this?




Windows 95, Windows 98
NTSC output (PAL versions available)
Composite, S-Video connectors
Just what does the Windows 95/98 bit mean there? Video In/Out only available for 95/98? That can't be right. Also, I have win2K.

What would I need if I were to buy the NTSC version (from ebay or something if I buy it there)? NTSC compatible TV and VCR? I know my VCR can play NTSC tapes even though my TV's kinda old...does that mean anything? I can plug the Phono lead Video-In and Audio-In into my VCR to watch stuff on my TV.

is it any good? I'm not a hardcore gamer or anything so don't really need brilliant 3D graphics capabilities. Know a good place to buy other than ebay?


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