I especially find the part saying, "Only Products designed and built by ATI offer: ..." to be deceiving. I guess you're just supposed to know that this product is not, in fact, built by ATI and therefore nothing below that line applies.
Now I get to waste money on shipping and a restocking fee to send back a Power Color card that I thought was an ATi card. What fun!
They changed the page! I was looking at this card a few days ago and it said "Manufacturer: ATI"!!!
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This suprises me a bit as Googlegear has always been great to deal with for me. Newegg is great too but they charge tax in NJ now. Do a search on zipzoomfly for Radeons and over 60 products come up. Usually POWERCOLOR is listed in the product heading, so I'd say that this seemed a little harder to catch even though it is listed as the Manufacturer.