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It shows a pic of the power sockets and I see no 8-pin socket... O_o
must mean it's not the 280 and it was the 260, cause all the other pics that have been seen show the 280 with a 6 and 8 pin power
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post #12 of 15
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Yea seriously. No offense, but the ATI demo blows this one away.

/Galidan
the cool spy war thing or
some sci fi thing turning people into stone?

guess its individual preference.
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must mean it's not the 280 and it was the 260, cause all the other pics that have been seen show the 280 with a 6 and 8 pin power
"SON OF A.... nooooo! Guess it's new PSU time for me."

"Unless I just get the 260... I don't know though... it seems like they cut a lot of corners."

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"SON OF A.... nooooo! Guess it's new PSU time for me."

"Unless I just get the 260... I don't know though... it seems like they cut a lot of corners."

.
Why get nVida if I'm not even sure if a old OCZ PSU can run it..

Let's try a HD4870!

Seriously, Why anyone would go nVidia this gen.. the 4870 looks like its going to be a little bit under it and way cheaper and cooler.
    
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If these perform decently, I may have to use my Step-Up to get a 260. If not, then I guess I'm just going to have to keep my 8800GT for a bit...
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