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Duke Nukem EVGA GTX 560 special edition graphics card

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-Limited Edition EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Duke Nukem Graphics Card
-Full Version of Duke Nukem Forever
-The History, Legacy and Legend of Duke Nukem Forever Art Book
-Limited Edition Duke Nukem Forever Mousepad
-Custom Duke Nukem "Radioactive" Belt Buckle

MSRP: $244.99
Edited by deanlewandowski - 5/26/11 at 4:03pm
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Its a 560 you put 580 in your title.
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post #3 of 21
Really good card, nice look for Duke Nuke'em release.
     
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Only a 460 in disguise.
    
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Would have preferred a GTX 560 Ti...
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why do i get the feeling that duke nukem forever's graphics wont be as good as most think :/
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Originally Posted by Anthraxinsoup View Post
Only a 460 in disguise.
No the 500 series cards are redesigned from ground up FERMI across the board over the 400 series. Improved for better efficiency, better performance, requiring less power consumption and in turn less heat dissipation than before.

Just like AMD took the ATI 5000 series and redesigned it, Nvidia did the same with the 500 series cards and FERMI is finally matured nicely than their power consuming, high heat brethren.

So don't post something that's false just to be bias knocking down a card. I know your either a Nvidia hater or an AMD (well you know). The 560 is better performance than the 460 and less heat by far. Is that all you do all day is come over to Nvidia threads and bash every single card? Don't you have anything better to do with yourself?
     
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No the 500 series cards are redesigned from ground up FERMI across the board over the 400 series. Improved for better efficiency, better performance, requiring less power consumption and in turn less heat dissipation than before.

Just like AMD took the ATI 5000 series and redesigned it, Nvidia did the same with the 500 series cards and FERMI is finally matured nicely than their power consuming, high heat brethren.

So don't post something that's false just to be bias knocking down a card. I know your either a Nvidia hater or an AMD (well you know). The 560 is better performance than the 460 and less heat by far. Is that all you do all day is come over to Nvidia threads and bash every single card? Don't you have anything better to do with yourself?
No, I'm a fan of performance for price. I loved the 460, but nearly 250 for a 460 with less heat(which wasn't even a problem with the 460). The 560 Ti or 6950 is right in that range and do better, yes a free game, but still paying more for the card.

Notice how I went from high end AMD CPU and low end Nvidia(anything lower than 460 is low end IMO, budget cards are ultra low) to Middle Intel and High end AMD card.
    
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No, I'm a fan of performance for price. I loved the 460, but nearly 250 for a 460 with less heat(which wasn't even a problem with the 460). The 560 Ti or 6950 is right in that range and do better, yes a free game, but still paying more for the card.

Notice how I went from high end AMD CPU and low end Nvidia(anything lower than 460 is low end IMO, budget cards are ultra low) to Middle Intel and High end AMD card.
No you said it was a 460 in disguise being a smart about it, your wrong. Don't change the story.
     
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why do i get the feeling that duke nukem forever's graphics wont be as good as most think :/
hopefully i can go to the strip club still and watch video game boobs bounce
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