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GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 470 Super Overclock Video Card - GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 470 Super Overclock Video Card
Mon, August 23 2010 | 3:08PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"The Super Overclock series from GIGABYTE is one of my personal favorite series and the main reason for this is that they're bringing the series to a wide range of budgets. The last generation of 200 series cards saw the higher end models get the treatment. In the HD 5000 series ATI range we've seen both the HD 5870 and HD 5770 get it which cater for two different price ranges. And today we're seeing the GTX 470 get the treatment. If the success of the GTX 460 is anything to go by, we're sure that this model will also get the same treatment which means you can get your hands on a nicely overclocked GIGBAYTE model no matter what your budget is. It's ultimately a win for you, the consumer."
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Gigabyte GT 240 512MB Review - Gigabyte GT 240 512MB Review
Wed, December 09 2009 | 12:00PM | PermaLink Feedback?
The choice of buying a $99 card or a slightly more expensive card with more features and performance is always hard to make, but this card does the job it is supposed to and the argument about spending a little more money is always hard in these economic times. Gigabyte has followed the reference design in terms of clock speeds and the card is really close to the reference designed cards by ATI with the addition of their own fan assembly. The lack of any SLI support is the one true negative of this card as trading SLI for DX 10.1 is not a great tradeoff for most gamers, due mainly to the fact that hardly any games are out that even support 10.1, while SLI is a solid feature. You can however use this card as a dedicated PhysX card in lieu of an SLI add-in.
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