I also noticed that the specs of DirectX 11 cards are a little off... They're specs are listed like DirectX 9 cards were, not like how the DirectX 10 cards were. As far as I can tell, the info is still correct, but one must know how to interpret the info. Example: The 5750 and 4850 specs are very similar, but no one comparing the two without proper knowledge of them would think the 5750 thrashes the 4850. Not sure how hard it would be to fix, but maybe something to consider.
But I do agree, that the Newegg links are an important thing to fix and should be on top of the to-do list for this great site.
I hope this site keeps chuggin' along and can regain a reputation as a great place to compare GPU specs and find appropriate cards.
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