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    By Vangie Beal :  July 1, 2002

    From Hardware Central - Weekly Platform Trends: The Parhelia Experiment: The reviews are in, and they're not very positive. Did Matrox overreach in letting 3D game performance fans get excited about the Parhelia-512 graphics accelerator that debuted this week, or take a calculated hit to start weaning gamers from Nvidia's raw-frame-rate addiction to a future where image quality comes first -- while incidentally winning the lucrative corporate desktop market?


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