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Albert’s Inbox: 280 GTX

Our Host Albert gets plenty of emails and questions regarding gaming, graphics cards, and PCs and electronics in general. If you’ve got questions about processors, PC components, photography, and anything else that plugs into a wall, write him an email.

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CompUSA’s Inbox

Today’s inbox includes information about video cards and more. Our host gets plenty of emails and questions regarding gaming, graphics cards, and PCs and electronics in general. If you’ve got questions about processors, PC components, photography, and anything else that plugs into a wall, write him an email.

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CompUSA’s Inbox

Today’s inbox gives up-to-date information on case cooling and video cards. Our Host gets plenty of emails and questions regarding gaming, graphics cards, and PCs and electronics in general.

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CompUSA’s Inbox

Today’s inbox contains a multitude of information about the BFG Ageia PhysX Accelerator Card and Asus Motherboards Our host gets plenty of emails and questions regarding gaming, graphics cards, and PCs and electronics in general.

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CompUSA’s Inbox

Bundle vs Build it Yourself! Learn about how to budget for a great rig at CompUSA’s Inbox. Our host gets plenty of emails and questions regarding gaming, graphics cards, and PCs and electronics in general. Comparions such as the 8800 GT and the 9600 GT and their effects on gaming towers.

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EVR fullscreen window Vista Error

EVR FullScreen Window:  Bad Image (THUMB)Today, I started getting a strange popup on my Vista (32bit) system – and it reports ‘EVR Fullscreen Window: Bad Image.’ So, of course, I jump on the Internet to see what there is to be seen.

Once there, I found this:

Anybody seen this message before? One of my clients is getting it as of tonight and I cant find anything on it.

EVR fullscreen window: windows – bad Image

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What exactly is an unlocked GSM Phone? Tiger InBox

Sim Card

When you say an “unlocked GSM Phone” does that mean i can use it with any company? I have Cingular so i can just remove the SIM card and an unlocked GSM Phone would work, even if the phone is motorola? (from Whitepimp via YouTube)

Sometimes it is hard to believe that phones really aren’t tied directly into the telephone company – but it’s true! Your account, when using GSM phones, is really tied only to the SIM card itself. The phone is not involved.

So, unlocked GSM phones are just that – not tied to T-Mobile, Cingular/AT&T or any other company to use them. They are generally the actual model produced by the handset company for general sales, not custom made for one of the wireless companies.

Even a pre-paid SIM card (from a pre-paid Cingular/TMobile phone) can go in any of the fanciest phones there are!

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New graphics cards help!

Help!Hi I am running a 7900 gs card right now and want to know which would be a better choice to run.

Should I go with an other 7900 gs or would 2x 8600 gt would run better or a 8800 gts 320 mb.?

From: jonr15 (web post submission)

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US and Canadian Travels: Pinnacle PCTV Okay?

Pinnacle PCTVTechnology Questions: Keep ‘em coming! Tiger’s keeping up on the InBox, here’s a recent question from Yves:

I have one friend who his a trucker, he want to listen to TV on his portable when he travels between Canada & United States, does this Pinnacle PCTV HD Pro Stick- HI-DEF TV Tuner for PCs and Laptops

Will be the tool that will do the job? He is running XP SP2.

Yves S.

Actually

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Tiger InBox: Logan Answers More of your Questions

Tiger In BoxGot a nagging tech question you can’t seem to google your way to an answer? TigerTV Host Logan has got an answer for you – all you gotta do is ask!

Today, Logan answers some great questions from you – our viewers! Today’s edition discusses the Bigfoot Killer K1 Network Card (Thanks Nick); Memory and CAS Latency (Thanks again Nick); XFX 8800 Video Card Differences and Overlocking (thanks Andre); a little about InTune and RivaTuner video overcloking and tuning applications; Direct X 10 Graphics Cards in Notebooks (thanks Kellie); MSI GeForce 6800 Ultra (thanks Marcus in Norway!); and the Sparkle 8800 GTX Video Card (thanks CJO).

Tiger In Box 10/23/07

Remember, you can always email your questions to Logan and get a response!

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