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Powercolor 5770 $149....

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Plus shipping on Ewiz.com, with $10 off tonight with promo code snowman10 :O
I have bought 1 and only 1 powercolor product in my life, and it will remain as such, the card I bought was a 9200, I bought it for my kid brothers PC out of spare parts, and it worked great for about 12 hours and then began displaying artifacts, and then 2 days later died. The RMA process was a nightmare, it took almost 3 days of calls to get someone who spoke enough comprihensable english to understand what needed to be done, and then another 3 weeks to get a new card. Needless to say I put it on ebay and bought an xfx card . Also the XFX card still works, it's the vid card for my garage PC ( I use it to stream music and look up part numbers and fix it guides for cars and other things ).

You couldn't pay me $159 to own this thing!