I had a Sapphire Radeon 9600XT Pro Ultimate, which is an AGP 8x video card with 128MB of RAM and a nifty little heatpipe to carry heat from the front-side heatsink to a radiator on the back. It scored 1600 or so on PCMark05, and it's fairly old, but my brother's video card is even older, so I decided to get a new card and give him my Radeon. I bought a Gigabyte GeForce 7600GS+HSI, which is also an AGP 8x video card, but it has 256MB of RAM and supposedly doesn't need a heatpipe, because it has just a regular heatsink (though it covers most of the card, so it's not a puny little thing). It scores between 1100 and 1200 on PCMark05. Let me clarify that a little bit: A 3-generation-old Radeon (maybe even older) with half the RAM and notorious ATI drivers scored BETTER than a 1-generation-old GeForce with twice as much RAM and efficient nVidia drivers. I'm sure, at this point, that you can figure out what I'm referring to as "bullshit". My question is, am I doing something wrong, or should I just wait for the next BIOS revision, or did I just get had like Jefferson's slave girl?