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Old 23-07-08, 09:45 AM
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OC3D Review: XFX GTX 260 XXX SLI Performance

"Fancy a factory overclocked GTX 260? We take a peek at two of XFX's latest XXX edition GPU's in SLI and pitch them against ATI's current flagship HD4870 cards." - by Webbo



XFX GTX 260 XXX SLI Performance

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Old 09-12-08, 03:35 PM
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I just dont understand why the XFX GTX260 XXX is £20 more than the XFX GTX260 Black Edition even thought the Black has higher clocks. Hmmm... Weird
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Old 09-12-08, 03:55 PM
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I just dont understand why the XFX GTX260 XXX is £20 more than the XFX GTX260 Black Edition even thought the Black has higher clocks. Hmmm... Weird
Well this was taken over 4 months ago, so things may well have changed a bit.

It is interesting to me that with more-or-less the same setup with the 2 mid range 260 cards switched out for the 280, the stock 280 3dmarks make the decision of 1 card vS 2 a very simple one.

Also shoddy to reflect that XFX use exactly the same packaging on the 280 as with the 260, even down to forgeting a 8pin pcie adapter.

Holy thread revival !
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Old 09-12-08, 04:00 PM
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Holy thread revival !
Was it that long ago? Ooops my bad for not checking the date.
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