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#1
Hello, I am writing about the page here:
http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/

There are several issues here:
1) In the Manufacturer: section, you list ATI - a company that does not exist since 2006 (brand does not exist since 2010).
Please change that to AMD, or at least ATI/AMD (or AMD/ATI?).
ATI is also listed here
http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/stats.php

2) In the Bus Interface: section, an important kind of interface is missing - AGP. Please add it.

Also, here:
http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/stats.php
The OS list has a few issues:
* Windows 7 is missing.
* Windows 8 is missing.
* Windows Longhorn is listed - a non-existing OS.
 
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#2
if you have to remove ATI, then you will need to remove pre 2010 cars. Previous cards were INDEED made by ATI. simply because ATI changed to AMD doesnt mean that all the previous cards magically became AMD. ATI is ATI.
heck, till last year, i was using ATI too.
 
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#3
if you have to remove ATI, then you will need to remove pre 2010 cars. Previous cards were INDEED made by ATI. simply because ATI changed to AMD doesnt mean that all the previous cards magically became AMD. ATI is ATI.
heck, till last year, i was using ATI too.
OK, change it to AMD/ATI then.
Or, just add a new entry for AMD, leaving ATI intact.

EDIT: I don't care about cars. Heck, I don't even have a driver's license...
 
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