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Gigabyte GeForce GTX 260

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Overall 10

Bang for your buck!

jlstimmel, Ebay
5 October 2012
  • Summary: I bought this card way back in 09' when it came out and couldn't be more satisfied. I decided to add this one for an sli configuration on a new mobo after I came across a deal on the arctic cooler gtx add on. Cooler dropped temps 20 degrees so two of these should be able to keep up with most of today's demanding applications. Hasn't required very much maintenance at all and I haven't had a single issue in 3 years so I highly recommend!
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Overall 10

Amazing product for an amazing price!

kranshteun, Ebay
23 March 2011
  • Summary: The video card is two or tree generations old but it performs great. Very high overclock makes this card compete with stock speed GTX 280. If you are looking to set up SLI using two of these, you will get a performance of about 3 HD4850 put together. Highly recommend for all types of users.
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User Review

Rob Williams, Techgage
6 October 2009
  • Conclusion: When I first received this card, I wasn’t that impressed… without even touching it. After all, this is a year-old card that has simply been overclocked. What’s there to get excited about? In this case, excited isn’t the proper word to use, that’s for sure, but Gigabyte has really done well with their Super Overclock series, and this card is proof of that. It might be a year-old design, but given today’s current pricing from NVIDIA, it proves to be a deal, even at $199.
  • Pros: Faster than GTX 275, but less expensive., Uses less power at max load than the GTX 275., Overclocks even further, to, Card includes HDMI-to-DVI adapter, among other possibly-required connections.
  • Cons: Purchasing this now is tough with ATI’s 5700 series around the corner.
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