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"The GeForce 6150 and 6100 are very similar chips in most respects, but the 6150 has a more powerful video engine and a faster 3D core as well. The GeForce 6150 and 6100 will have a two pixel pipe and one vertex pipe core that runs at either 475 MHz or 425 MHz, depending on the flavor. This of course does not seem like a fast GPU by any stretch of the imagination, but should be capable of delivering to the intended market. Both of the 6100 series chips get the benefits of having SM3.0 support, DX9.0c and PureVideo technology. "
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