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That sucks mate. Asus and MSI models are basically the same cost here. Think they do a 4GB model too for slightly more if budget allows although i've had no issues with 2GB VRAM yet.
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That sucks mate. Asus and MSI models are basically the same cost here. Think they do a 4GB model too for slightly more if budget allows although i've had no issues with 2GB VRAM yet.

Yeah, I almost can't believe I pay $465 for 2 GB card. But yeah this is the price on my country, I can't force the computer store to decrease the price on it. tongue.gif
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Yeah, I almost can't believe I pay $465 for 2 GB card. But yeah this is the price on my country, I can't force the computer store to decrease the price on it. tongue.gif

Don't feel bad...I've paid $460 for this 680 2Gb (in my sig). Personally, I'm not twisted & caught up over having 3Gb or 4Gb of vram. Eventually I'll probably end up owning a gpu that does but not right now. So until then, I'm going to enjoy this 680 as long as I can.
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Don't feel bad...I've paid $460 for this 680 2Gb (in my sig). Personally, I'm not twisted & caught up over having 3Gb or 4Gb of vram. Eventually I'll probably end up owning a gpu that does but not right now. So until then, I'm going to enjoy this 680 as long as I can.

I can be more accept, if the $465 is for a 680, but it's for 670. Your 680 TF III on my country, will cost around $530 (although is OOS now).

Sometimes I am pretty jealous with Newegg, NCIX, etc...they have a very good price on the computer's components biggrin.gif
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i have good air flow since i have haf x with lot of fan

evga 670 FTW is very good and i like the presence of GEFORCE GTX on it but i am worrying about noise ..

I haven't seen anyone comment on the noise in this thread... As far as noise goes, unless I force it to, my GTX 670 FTW is never louder than my case fans. (I am using a NZXT Phantom Enthusiast tower).
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