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Just installed my HIS 295x2. Pics and a couple of benches to come.

Will post on 295x2 Owners Club
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Just installed my HIS 295x2. Pics and a couple of benches to come.

Will post on 295x2 Owners Club

Nice go waiting for it biggrin.gif
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Just installed my HIS 295x2. Pics and a couple of benches to come.

Will post on 295x2 Owners Club
looks like the place you bought it from broke the street date haha.
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Put em in a CM Stacker 915R. Put in a Z87 ITX board, and a 4670k with an H60 or H80 on it, 8GB of some good and fast ram, a 750w PSU, and an SSD.

All done.
Actually they do, they call it the Titan Z, which is two fully unlocked GK110 dies on a single PCB. Problem is, it's also rumored to be only around 8 TFLOPS to the 780TI's 5, so it'd be clocked around 700Mhz if that's true.

not yet on the market? right? I've owned several dual gpu cards... usually 2 in cfx or sli do better.
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Just installed my HIS 295x2. Pics and a couple of benches to come.

Will post on 295x2 Owners Club

pre-release sale? biggrin.gif how that happens?
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I just posted comments, Pics and a quick Benchmark on the 295x2 owners club.
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To be fair, Newegg just became open for business here so the sting is lessened somewhat.

But before that, yeah.....Intel prices are brutal for us, $400 for a 4770k

Yeah, pretty much! Most people that I do builds for would rather order from Australia and it's quicker and easier if something goes wrong that way too though!
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i5 4670k = $269.00

i7 4770k = $389.00

And for comparisons sake:

FX-8350 = $239.00

Yep, pricing here is terrible! I see people saying they got a 8320 for like $130 and saying that it was a "good deal", that's like amazing to me haha.
 
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Yeah, pretty much! Most people that I do builds for would rather order from Australia and it's quicker and easier if something goes wrong that way too though!
Yep, pricing here is terrible! I see people saying they got a 8320 for like $130 and saying that it was a "good deal", that's like amazing to me haha.

Yep, $100 for a 8320 from Microcenter......i'm like drool.gif

Hopefully prices will start to to go down a bit in the next 6-12 months though smile.gif
 
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Yeah, pretty much! Most people that I do builds for would rather order from Australia and it's quicker and easier if something goes wrong that way too though!
Yep, pricing here is terrible! I see people saying they got a 8320 for like $130 and saying that it was a "good deal", that's like amazing to me haha.

Well not much worse than here in Chile... The 8320 is 215USD... What's more is the ASUS 990x evo costs 240USD... *** 108 USD in the US.
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It's usually taxes/customs and shipping, not a conspiracy theory. Well, there's also currency difference buffers that may affect it. e.g. "We know it's 300 USD but that currency flactuates -/+10% against USD, put it up +10% at all times".
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