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Asus Mars II - DUAL GTX480 GPU - Leaked Pictures - PCstats.com Asus Mars II - DUAL GTX480 GPU - Leaked Pictures
Fri, July 16 2010 | 4:40PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Let's side-step the obvious drooling and ask the million dollar question: If you had the money, would you buy this dual GTX480 videocard or a pair of Radeon HD 5870's in Crossfire? ( My gut reaction is NO. ) Let us in the PCSTATS Forums, and if there's enough interest we may cave in test it out!

Just when we thought we had seen everything, Asus are back with something truly insane.

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"We all know that the GTX 480 has incredible power demands, noted by the fact that it can consume as much as 30W more than the dual GPU HD 5970. As such, it comes to no surprise that nearly 50% of the PCB is populated by two sets of VRM sections. The Mars II's power demands are also more than obvious by the implementation of three 8pin PCI-E ports."
FULL STORY @ Archived from OVERCLOCK3D
http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/gpu_displays/asus_mars_ii_-_dual_gtx480_gpu_-_leaked_pictures/1
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MSI N260GTX Lightning Black Edition Video Card Review - PCstats.com MSI N260GTX Lightning Black Edition Video Card Review
Wed, May 13 2009 | 12:29PM | PermaLink Feedback?
As the GTX260 is a pretty balanced video card in the scheme of things against the competition from ATI and other cards in this price range, the MSI card would logically be a faster version of that card. The card easily overclocked to the highest level I've ever seen on a GeForce GTX260 216 core card including the Superclocked and Black Edition cards from other manufacturers. Performance was as to be expected from a faster card in this category. MSI's packaging of a hardware overclocking device was a great addition to the bundle allowing the casual overclocker the option of overclocking with the push of a button.
FULL STORY @ Archived from MOTHERBOARDS
http://www.motherboards.org/reviews/hardware/1889_1.html
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