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Old April 10, 2013, 09:58 AM
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Mini-Titan rumour is interesting, adding TI or Boost to existing mid range/low end cards is not. IMO
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Old April 10, 2013, 10:53 AM
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Mini-Titan rumour is interesting, adding TI or Boost to existing mid range/low end cards is not. IMO
As I stated, I'd love some of the X2 cards.

Or, even let NVidia Board partners make something like the GX2's. Twin PCB.
That card was amazing, and ultra durable.

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Old April 10, 2013, 01:00 PM
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As I stated, I'd love some of the X2 cards.

Or, even let NVidia Board partners make something like the GX2's. Twin PCB.
That card was amazing, and ultra durable.

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+1 Ditto there

I wanna see more mid range cards with great prices and performance. Save my pennies for life not solitude :P

I threw up the idea of going all out like yesteryears but remembered power rigs got boring fast I would rather spend money on paintballing or debt than another super card.

wanna see amd come out with something really kewl but they have got kinda lazy a 650 ti BE GX2 would be fun or a 660x2 price would not break the bank and would be a cool looking card.

Still shocked there is not a 670x2 since the PCB is so small
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I like the news, it makes the purchase of my 7970 on sale that much sweeter. No real need to upgrade until 2015/2016
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Old April 10, 2013, 05:18 PM
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I like the news, it makes the purchase of my 7970 on sale that much sweeter. No real need to upgrade until 2015/2016
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I like the news, it makes the purchase of my 7970 on sale that much sweeter. No real need to upgrade until 2015/2016
And makes me more sad I didn't snag a gtx 650ti be from skymtl
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