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    Is this a Mistake?

    http://shopper.cnet.com/3Dlabs_Wildcat_VP880_Pro___graphics_card___256_MB/4014-3025_9-30481180.html?tag=pl&q=

    $400 a $4000 video card?

    Edit: actually it looks like the others are packs of 10 (bulk) and this is a single unit.

    Manufacturer: Creative Labs
    Manufacturer part number: 01000079XXX
    Device Type: Graphics card
    Enclosure Type: Plug-in card
    Interface Type: AGP 8x
    Compatibility: PC
    RAMDAC Clock Speed: 370 MHz
    Video Memory Installed ( Max ): 256 MB ( 256 MB ) - integrated
    Colors Max Resolution (external): 32-bit color
    API Supported: OpenGL, Direct3D
    Multiple Monitors Support: Yes
    Max Monitors Supported: 2
    Digital Video Standard: Digital Visual Interface (DVI)
    Interfaces: 2 x DVI-I - 29 pin combined DVI
    VGA - 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15) ( with adapter ), 1 x 3D glasses - 3 pin mini-DIN
    Compatible Slots: 1 x AGP
    Cables Included: DVI-VGA adapter
    Compliant Standards: DDC-1, DDC-2B
    OS Required: Microsoft Windows 98/ME, Microsoft Windows 2000/XP

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    it lists nothing special for the specs, what a waste of mony even for 400 bucks.

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    Heh... highend CAD rendering device for programs like ProE and Lightwave. Not the same kind of stuff you want to play CS with anyway. But if you draw, this is a dream card. If you didn't notice, it has 2 DVI-I outs as well as TV/VGA out which makes it different from the the typical video card. If you think that is expensive, http://www.mwave.com/mwave/viewspec.hmx?scriteria=1011664

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