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Old 09-02-09, 02:15 PM   #1
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I have 1 260gtx 192core & I run it with my mobo in Hybrid SLI my ? is should I get a 260gtx 216 core vc for sli right now or get a bigger one like 275gtx right now & down the road pick up a other 275gtx for sli
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Default Re: ?260gtx?

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I have 1 260gtx 192core & I run it with my mobo in Hybrid SLI my ? is should I get a 260gtx 216 core vc for sli right now or get a bigger one like 275gtx right now & down the road pick up a other 275gtx for sli
What games do you play? Its really a question of timing, and if you really need that ~10% performance increase...

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Tom's Hardware - GTX260(192)-SLI VS GTX260(216)-SLI VS GTX275-SLI
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