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The going price for my card is not 250$.
It's infact 130$ but here in India it was the equivalent of 150$
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814500286
Oops I thought you said you had a 660ti, well seems to be the one that most throw around. So you were trying to compare a card that is basically the equivalent of a single of mine. Well I guess you see what you could expect if you bought a 2nd one.
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Oops I thought you said you had a 660ti, well seems to be the one that most throw around. So you were trying to compare a card that is basically the equivalent of a single of mine. Well I guess you see what you could expect if you bought a 2nd one.
I see your case is air-conditioned. How does that work??
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I see your case is air-conditioned. How does that work??
It is an enclosed cabinet with both mine and my fiance's computer in it. It is airconditioned with the heat expelled outside my house. Temps usually I keep it at are in the 25C range, but can go as low as 18-19c. But the 2 better reasons for its existence are no dust and way less noise. Her computer was loud and mine has alot of fans. Since they are in the cabinet I can run my fans at 100% and don't hear them. With cats and litter box dust was a huge issue, now no dust.
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