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Retail outlets in Malaysia are already putting up these non reference cards for sale. The card specific for this thread is the
Gigabyte 670 Windforce OC edition, selling at $500 (after conversion of MYR) in Malaysia.

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Not bad , would be a good card =)

2Gb about time it became mainstream in nvidias line of upcoming products , they were always limited by the vram .
    
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Wow it requires a 8+6 pin connector. The 680 only requires two 6 pin power connectors!! This must be an insane overclock then.
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Wow it requires a 8+6 pin connector. The 680 only requires two 6 pin power connectors!! This must be an insane overclock then.

Maybe, we can only wait till May 10th to know the actual clock speed of a reference Gtx 670 tongue.gif
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Wow it requires a 8+6 pin connector. The 680 only requires two 6 pin power connectors!! This must be an insane overclock then.

The cooler is Silent and Cools wellm Fans never ramp up 42% and i have never seen temps above 54C on the 680
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Its a nice card smile.gif I hope I can afford it biggrin.gif Its already arrived in my country but I dont have info about its price.
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They can't even keep the 680 in stock at a much higher price point. Gonna have to duel to the death over these.

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They can't even keep the 680 in stock at a much higher price point. Gonna have to duel to the death over these.
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Don't worry, as soon as they come in stock I'll be sure to buy mine and then post a link here so that you guys can fight over the rest lol.
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Don't worry, as soon as they come in stock I'll be sure to buy mine and then post a link here so that you guys can fight over the rest lol.

Just sucks that i have to sleep lol. I get up at 4:45am for work. Hopefully, they will be available at that time thursday morning.
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Not bad , would be a good card =)
2Gb about time it became mainstream in nvidias line of upcoming products , they were always limited by the vram .

Nope, 1GB of Vram is still enough for 1080p gaming.
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