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HD 7970 Matrix Platinum

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  • Conclusion: ASUS never ceases to amaze us with their high end graphics cards. They started off on a high note this year with several DirectCU II TOP products that impressed us in nearly every respect but enthusiasts still found themselves holding out for the inevitable launch of Matrix branded GPUs.
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GTX 680 SC+

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  • Conclusion: Even though it may be had to find on store shelves, the GTX 680 remains the best option if you are looking for high end performance and with their SC+ version, EVGA has succeeded in making a great card even more appealing.
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Michael "SKYMTL" Hoenig

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  • Conclusion: Remember, if you are interested in our GTX 470 review, click here. Writing a conclusion such as this one is never an easy endeavour since while the benchmarks themselves give a clearly defined numerical value to the performance of a certain product, things like final retail pricing and availability...
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EVGA GTX 670 2GB Superclocked

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  • Conclusion: NVIDIA’s GTX 670 is currently the GPU to beat from a price / performance standpoint and EVGA has done their best to improve upon the reference design by adding their own unique touches. The GTX 670 Superclocked is an excellent card that sets itself apart from the competition in a number of ways.
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EVGA GeForce GTX 580 3GB

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  • Conclusion: For some, this review will likely be a bitter pill to swallow. We’ve seen countless forum posts of people bitching, whining and complaining that newly released GTX 580 cards don’t come equipped with 3GB of GDDR5.
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