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Gigabyte GTX-460 768 MB (GV-N460DS-768I-B). - PCstats.com Gigabyte GTX-460 768 MB (GV-N460DS-768I-B).
Wed, August 04 2010 | 7:38PM | PermaLink Feedback?
With the Nvidia GTX-460 being all the rage in the affordable performance market we've been seeing a lot of them pop up on E-tailer shelves. The blend of affordability and performance makes it the sweet spot for a lot of gaming enthusiasts. Priced in the $199 - $229 price range it fits the performance you crave with a price you can afford. we've had hands on a few of these jewels and so far it looks like they can handle about any game out there acceptably. You might not run the absolute highest in game settings but your not paying the absolute highest price either. We've even ran Metro 2033 on out of the box settings and it runs quite nicely on both the 1GB and 769MB models.
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Giada Slim-N10 NVIDIA Ion Nettop – Extremely Small and Stylish - PCstats.com Giada Slim-N10 NVIDIA Ion Nettop – Extremely Small and Stylish
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"Try and playback a 1080p movie or get in some basic gaming action on one of the latest titles and your little system all of a sudden didn’t look all that good anymore. On came the NVIDIA Ion chipset (the GeForce 9400M, to be exact) and it added an important kick up in the performance stakes by replacing the suitable, but not desireable Intel onboard graphics. Companies such as ASUS and ASRock are familiar to us for creating nettop systems with the NVIDIA Ion chip, but a new one that we hadn’t heard of until today is Giada. Today we get a look at its Slim-N10 Ion nettop, which just happens to be the smallest computer system we’ve ever tested. Continue on with us as we get a really close look outside and inside the system and see if it is worth buying or not."
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