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post #11 of 21
$269 for the EVGA 680i board? That's darn reasonable for being new and what it is.......

Like to see info showing they hit 500FSB If so, it would definatly mean NVIDIA got it together......
post #12 of 21
500FSB done:http://enthusiast.hardocp.com/articl...50aHVzaWFzdA==
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Reviewers can kiss my A**. I sure don't trust anyone at H nor Anand, they both get paid big time by nVidia so I wouldn't be surprised if those are photochopped SS. IMO, they are.

Let's just wait for the "actual" people that buy these things and overclocks 'em and see if the magic 500 is indeed feasible. I'll believe it till I see it here from a forum member, otherwise

Now, who is willing to risk $270? I know I'm not nor will I ever.
post #15 of 21
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Originally Posted by Nasgul View Post
Reviewers can kiss my A**. I sure don't trust anyone at H nor Anand, they both get paid big time by nVidia so I wouldn't be surprised if those are photochopped SS. IMO, they are.

Let's just wait for the "actual" people that buy these things and overclocks 'em and see if the magic 500 is indeed feasible. I'll believe it till I see it here from a forum member, otherwise

Now, who is willing to risk $270? I know I'm not nor will I ever.
You're awfully skeptical about this... Anandtech has always been a reliable source, and you accuse them of photoshopping screenshots?
post #16 of 21
That board looks absolutely badass...especially with the matching badass 8800GTX...
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post #17 of 21
nastiest of the nasty, if you really think about it, from all the good things they say on overclocking ie endless amount of options, unknown options at that, you can basically change anything, this board was marketed for the ocer in mind, imho I think evga will be very successful with this board.
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post #18 of 21
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Originally Posted by Nasgul View Post
Reviewers can kiss my A**. I sure don't trust anyone at H nor Anand, they both get paid big time by nVidia so I wouldn't be surprised if those are photochopped SS. IMO, they are.

Let's just wait for the "actual" people that buy these things and overclocks 'em and see if the magic 500 is indeed feasible. I'll believe it till I see it here from a forum member, otherwise

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How about the people at XS. I'm pretty you won't go against me on that? I think they hit 533FSB
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post #19 of 21
Doesn't eVGA use Jetway boards or something?
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Good link, I'm thinking of getting this board with one PCIx16 slot.
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