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Why would you pay $180+ tax for a 460 1gb?
He said 100-175 so why 180 +tax is that much ? plus is the ssc+ edition which is faster than 6850 + 6870.
Edited by CalaQuendiR - 6/12/11 at 11:34am
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Originally Posted by CalaQuendiR View Post
He said 100-175 so why 180 +tax is that much ? plus is the ssc+ edition which is faster than 6850 + 6870.
You could easily oc a reference 460 past the 460 ssc clocks... why pay the huge price premium? Also, an oc'd 6870 will perform better than the 460 ssc oc'd so the 6870 is the better option at the price bracket.
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