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    Reviews - Inno3D (NVIDIA) GeForce GTX 295 Platinum single-PCB graphics card

    Read on to find out if it's better than the incumbent two-PCB card.
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    Re: Reviews - Inno3D (NVIDIA) GeForce GTX 295 Platinum single-PCB graphics card

    I approve of showing the bang-for-buck for multiple resolutions. Resolutions based on where the reviewed card slots into the product range of course


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    Re: Reviews - Inno3D (NVIDIA) GeForce GTX 295 Platinum single-PCB graphics card

    Good performance but is it really worth it? I mean its £350 and you can get a 4870x2 for £240 which performs perfectly good enough, or you could buy 2x 4890's and be probably better than the £350 card. Idle/load power didnt expect that much difference it certainly is an issue for amd to eventually solve, possibly the 5000 series?. And about cooling, i think the reason why it can be cooled so effectively is that it costs so much to buy that your paying for the good cooler!.
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    Re: Reviews - Inno3D (NVIDIA) GeForce GTX 295 Platinum single-PCB graphics card

    Agreed above...

    ATI 4870x2 for the win.

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