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Old 03-15-11, 07:11 PM   #11
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Default Re: EVGA GeForce GTX 460 2Win

one, it will more than likely be in the $400 range as two gtx 460's would put you at that range or a little less. and it's not single slot, it's dual slot. no way can you get those type of fans and design in single slot.

Originally Posted by Bah! View Post
I don't really see how it will own.

Two 460's with 2gigs of ram will run you about $460 dollars, so this thing will have to be significantly lower price than that. 1gb of ram is just horrible for anything but a budget video card. Not only will that kill it's surround performance, it will kill the use of AA in many titles.

The only thing this cards has going for it is the fact that it's a single slot, which will sell some units, but not as many as you think. Much like Ati's nonsense of running 6 monitors off of a single card, this thing won't run 4 monitors worth a damn. I mean, did you look at the benchmarks they used to hide the cards flaws?
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