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Just my luck. They come out with these when I just purchased mine.
I am awaiting the UPS man to bring me my 1st "stock" Ultra today. And I am on the EVGA queue at #4 to stepping up my 8800GTS640 to an Ultra.
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Originally Posted by Dezixn View Post
I still don't get the reasoning behind these superclocked cards.

I mean the drivers come with overclocking built in, so you could just do it yourself. It's not like overclocking a CPU where you gotta mess with ratios, vcore, and other stuff.

Unless these are physically better or something, then i see no reason to get these.
because some people just don't know what to do, and others think that these cards overclock farther than the non-OC'ed versions - it seems that only the eVGA (Black Pearls) and the Gainward "Golden Samples" use hand-picked PCB's that actually go any further
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