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    ASUSTek Computer Inc. is renowned for the high quality and breadth of features of its products in the video card and motherboard markets. We loved their various GeForce 256 based video cards. We even gave the V6800 Deluxe a 9.5, a rare score at Sharky Extreme. Their more recent V7700 Pure also garnered a thoroughly respectable 8.5. Today, we're going to take a look at the mother of all ASUS video cards, the big bad voodoo daddy of their pixel pushers, their video vandal, the AGP-V7700 Deluxe, an NVIDIA GeForce2 GTS 32MB video card with integrated video digitizing, time-shifting (like TiVo), and wicked 3D power.

    How does ASUS' big mambja-jamba stack up in the 3D twisties? Can it capture video with the best? Read on to find out!

    So you will know, we have a special treat for you in this review. We benchmarked across four different systems with both Windows 98 SE and Windows 2000 Professional. That means we have a massive number of benchmarks for you to see.

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