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    HEXUS.reviews :: eVGA e-GeForce 7900 GS Superclocked

    Today sees NVIDIA announce two new products in the high end of the mid-range, launching one with immediate availability to boot. GeForce 7900 GS and GeForce 7950 GT are their names, here's the skinny on them both.
    http://www.hexus.net/content/item.php?item=6646
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    I am just hoping the price is kept low; as stated in the article...

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    Quote Originally Posted by muddyfox470
    I am just hoping the price is kept low; as stated in the article...

    Ian
    overclockers.co.uk have one on pre-order for 123.36. love em or hate em you have to say thats an incredible price shame iv just picked up a 7600gt, could have saved myself 40 odd quid nevermind tho!
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    Bah I was hoping 7950GT news (am i the only one that thinks their running out of numbers?).

    Stupid NDA's.

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    Lets hope both cards don't have the same reliability issues as the 7900gt

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    I think reliability is the key reason for the disabled pipes - and as shown you've got nearly the same performance (they seem to understand ROPs ) but at presumably much higher reliablity.

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