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Old September 13, 2012, 08:51 AM
LarkStarr LarkStarr is offline
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It fills a good position, but AMD can easily counter that, making for an interesting choice now for consumers. But even against the 660ti the performance is objectively relative. realistically with taxes and such, you're saving $80-90 to have 80% at worst of the ti's performance. I can smell 660 SLI setups that costs 50% more then a lone 660ti, but offers anywhere from 60% to 100% more performance.
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