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Old November 15, 2010, 12:49 PM
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Old November 15, 2010, 01:00 PM
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And it costs more than a GTX 460 768MB... Does this mean it'll outperform the GTX 460 768MB at higher resolutions? Or did they just have the pricing wrong? Oh and I want my lifetime warranty

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Old November 15, 2010, 01:04 PM
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Thanks Mike, originally I had read it was supposed to be cheaper than the GTX 460, apparently not?
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Old November 15, 2010, 01:10 PM
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Honestly guys, I am in the dark about this one. Sorry.
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naming implying one thing, performance another.

but seriously why edit the frog out of my thread, then my post lol?
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Old November 15, 2010, 01:22 PM
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naming implying one thing, performance another.

but seriously why edit the frog out of my thread, then my post lol?
ah sorry didn't notice that - must have happened when I merged the threads. It's supposed to link an excerpt of the story in the first post; looks like the system was a little unsynced so yours was considered 'first' for a short time and thus has the excerpt.

Sorry I don't have your original comment saved, but you can feel free to edit it.
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Old November 15, 2010, 01:39 PM
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hard to say how it compares to a 768 MB 460, but I'm surprised they would be pricing it more expensive then such. on paper the SE is more capable in somethings then the 460-768, and vice versa.. but I can't imagine the SE having a major advantage still over the 460-768, particularly at high resolutions... but only the reviews will tell.
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*wipes tears

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well, even with more ram and a faster clock speed, its got less juice under the hoo so basically get the 768 megger to the same clocks and itll smoke it, unless there is a game where the extra bit of ram will make the difference, but considering the core being rather weak-sih...
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I'm confused and scared by the Nvidia naming scheme.

I think lots of people are going to see SE and think it's better than a regular 1gb at a cheaper price.


Bad for Nvidia if that happens.
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I figure it's a product thats fits into the market between the 768MB gtx460 and the 1MB gtx 460. A little more performance and price than the 768MB and a little less performance and price than the 1GB. Makes sense to me.
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