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Old 26-06-08, 12:33 PM
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I was looking at it from a GX2 POV... so if they made a GTX 280 GX2 thing then it would be roasting.
Yeah it would cook. They would need to do something drastic to cool it. Stock LN2

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Old 26-06-08, 12:56 PM
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If only I was allowed to say

ATI are back...I can say that much.
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Old 26-06-08, 02:01 PM
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9800GX2 is still by far the best deal going right now for US customers. It takes 2 4870s to beat it which in turn is 200 bucks more than a 9800GX2. Those same 4870s cost the same as a GTX280 but outperform it. And it would cost about 1200 for SLI 280s to whoop everything. Pretty rediculous.
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Old 04-07-08, 12:42 PM
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ATI 4870x2 show off!

Do you think this card is going to beat the GTX280 on performance and prices?

also i really like the looks xD similar to Asus Hybrid ROG 9600GT
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