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Old 13-07-10, 09:15 AM
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OC3D Review: Prolimatech Samuel 17

The makers of the highly regarded Megahalem have taken a slightly different path this time.

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Old 13-07-10, 10:12 AM
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I think this cooler could be a great solution for those LAN party fans.
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Old 13-07-10, 10:16 AM
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Hi tom just wondering if you have anything coming up on the GTX 460.

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Old 13-07-10, 10:26 AM
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The 260 fella? Thats old tech so no matey. If you mean the 460, then yes Mul who wrote this review will have a review live on Friday.
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Old 13-07-10, 10:56 AM
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Really sorry mate I mean the GTX 460, I’ve just finished reading a review on it and it seems like the guys who have bought the GTX 465 are going to have to sell them on EBay, nice one from NVIDIA you’ve just made a lot of customers very angry. Looking forward to Mul review on Friday.
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The 260 fella? Thats old tech so no matey. If you mean the 460, then yes Mul who wrote this review will have a review live on Friday.
cant wait to see this and its got a folding@home bit wooo
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Old 13-07-10, 01:42 PM
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Great news for those guys who have the GTX 465 & 470 just read the review on Friday and then you can thank NVIDIA for coming up with something that’s almost half the price of your cards but has almost the same performance. Ohh and the SLI performance unbelievable.
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It doesn't seem to matter SH. Those loyal to Nvidia are so blinded by it that they'll just say "thankyou sir, please may I have another".

There's just no getting through it seems.
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Old 13-07-10, 07:07 PM
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I remember the same thing happened when they released the GTX 275 it was half the price of the GTX 285 and performed exactly the same, in fact it even had the same number of cores 240 I recall, but I don't blame people for sticking with NVIDIA almost every game on the planet has their logo on it.
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In honesty SH the 2 series were all completely avoidable. Those who owned 8800GTX cards were really better off either SLI-ing their existing cards or just sticking. A mate of mine had a BFG 8800GTX OC. He ran a 3DMV and scored about 1200 points less than I did with my 280 XXX. My ultra scored about 1000 points less than my 280 XXX did.

Now had my mate SLI-ed that 8800? he would have kicked seven shades out of the 200 series. Infact in the end he deciphered that the 8800GTX ran so well that he used it until about three months ago when he finally caved in and got a 5870 VaporX. That is the first time he has EVER got an ATI card. I've known this guy for ten years and he has always been faithful to Nvidia. VB knows him too, and all the while VB and I were using ATI Radeons in the early noughties this guy was buying Nvidia.

So for him to switch really said a lot to me.

(Note for VB... Echo... I've sent him a mail and pointed him here.. Who knows he may join up Great bloke)
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