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post #11 of 74
Get the GTX 680 4Gb FTW or Classy,
Clock excellent,

( MSI N680 4gbb looks mean and nasty though )
post #12 of 74
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Originally Posted by cloudzeng View Post

Which one do you have? The PE or the regular?

Neither, I have the MSI Lightning. Don't think there is a 680 Power Edition.
post #13 of 74
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Originally Posted by Tropic55 View Post

Get the GTX 680 4Gb FTW or Classy,
Clock excellent,
( MSI N680 4gbb looks mean and nasty though )
Mhm alright. I'm thinking about going msi
post #14 of 74
Best GTX 680 is the MSI GTX 680 Lightning. The Classified now is just an overpriced reference GTX 680 without voltage control since it does no longer come with Evbot.
Yeah I know it has higher quality components but they are all useless compared to the reference model since you cannot take the advantage of them anymore..
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post #15 of 74
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Neither, I have the MSI Lightning. Don't think there is a 680 Power Edition.
yah regular lightning lol. PE version http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127698
post #16 of 74
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Best GTX 680 is the MSI GTX 680 Lightning. The Classified now is just an overpriced reference GTX 680 without voltage control since it does no longer come with Evbot.

Not to mention unmatched beauty and craftmanship.
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Best GTX 680 is the MSI GTX 680 Lightning. The Classified now is just an overpriced reference GTX 680 without voltage control since it does no longer come with Evbot.
Yeah I know it has higher quality components but they are all useless compared to the reference model since you cannot take the advantage of them anymore..
true but I wasn't gonna invest another 100 dollars for evbot to give me another 100+ MHz and lower the life of my card
post #18 of 74
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Not to mention unmatched beauty and craftmanship.
yes it does look stunning
post #19 of 74
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Not to mention unmatched beauty and craftmanship.
yes it does look stunning
post #20 of 74
If no to the 680 Lightning then just go with a 7970 either the Lightning, Vapor-X, or Asus Matrix
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