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Old 25-02-11, 11:23 AM
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Want a good value graphics card that's pushed as hard as it can be straight out the box? Enter the Gigabyte Super Over Clock series.



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Old 25-02-11, 11:33 AM
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I want to get a 560 but i'm waiting till after the 590 comes out for the price drops. I usually go with Asus for my GPUs but I think i'll give Gigabyte a try after seeing the results for this card.

Also 14,471 PPD my 6850 only gets 3.000 PPD

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Old 25-02-11, 11:50 AM
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I am really wondering if this specific FERMI card will do the same in my EVGA board and PCI-E slot one
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Old 25-02-11, 11:51 AM
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Thank you for the review.
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Nice review there Tom, looking forward to seeing the video to get a good idea of the fan sound.

I may upgrade to one of these and sell my 5850, the Twin Frozr II cooler is just a tad too loud when above 65% speed for my liking... excellent cooling though.

Plus I keep meaning to try a new nVidia card.
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Old 25-02-11, 01:44 PM
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Tbo Gigabyte’s SOC series are amazing if they just get the price right, then 10 out of 10 in everything

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Tbo Gigabyte’s SOC series are amazing if they just get the price right, then 10 out of 10 in everything
Look in the review £229.99 @ Aria
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How is Aria's service nowadays?

Had a really bad experience with them 2 years ago and haven't tried them since.
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Realy like this card, it does suprisingly well in the benchmarks. Havent seen a Blue PCB like that since my HD 4870
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