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Old 01-15-09, 09:22 PM   #3
henrybravo
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Default Re: EVGA step up for my GTX280 SSC?

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Originally Posted by Monnie Rock View Post
You will only be able to step-up to a vanilla GTX285 or Vanilla GTX295. EVGA does not allow you to go from a GTX280 SSC to a GTX285 SSC with the step-up program.

Vanilla = reference design clocks/base entry level card only. Not SC,SSC,FTW

The step-up was the reason I paid a little extra for the EVGA, will not do that again.
Sorry you weren't happy. It worked out great for me. In November I bought a vanilla 280 GTX, overclocked it to faster than FTW speeds, and got 2 months of great gaming out of it. Now I'm stepping up to the vanilla GTX 285 for $6 (the price of shipping). I'm expecting to get speeds of at least 720/1700/2800.

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