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That is a bad score
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That is a bad score
Thats the extreme Preset 1920-1200 2xAA/16XAF. Its pretty good actually.
EDIT: Oh thats overclocked and nots the 260 and 280. Its not as impressive now...
Maybe the low core-clock is hurting these cards.
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i thought it could OC more than just 70mhz... unless they didnt push it all the way, but i see no reason why they wouldnt have maxed OC.

I kind of expected higher vantage scores from the gtx 280 but i guess i was affected by the hype
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Thats the extreme Preset 1920-1200 2xAA/16XAF. Its pretty good actually.
EDIT: Oh thats overclocked and nots the 260 and 280. Its not as impressive now...
Maybe the low core-clock is hurting these cards.
The card is going to be $700 at launch from retailers, for that price and what it scored on Vantage

It's a bad score
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Lets all jump too the 4870 and 4870x2
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Lets all jump too the 4870 and 4870x2
I'm condisering it, Nvidia's prices are insane high
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I would NEVER in my life time spend that much on a video card, even if I get 10-20 less FPS in a game, I would not care, I just want to run the game and be happy. The GTX280 reminds me of when people bought the Intel Extreme Editions of Quads, and they blew them because they added to much voltage, 1g down the drain
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Ok, i'm officially confused....that GTX 280 OC is getting close to what i get with a 3Ghz Quad and 2x 9800GX2's. Either my cards aren't working properly, or this card is literally immensely powerful. But that would be equivalent to 4x 8800GTS's!

Not likely....
 
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Ok, i'm officially confused....that GTX 280 OC is getting close to what i get with a 3Ghz Quad and 2x 9800GX2's. Either my cards aren't working properly, or this card is literally immensely powerful. But that would be equivalent to 4x 8800GTS's!

Not likely....
Yeah, I would've thought it to score similar to one 9800GX2.
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