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I'd say to just hold off until Ivy Bridge rolls around.

Who knows...maybe then, EVGA will unleash an SR-3.
I was assuming this would be released to coincide with Mass Effect 3 being launched

J/K
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post #12 of 13
I know...they always take care of those silly beginners and entry level consumers first and leave the enthusiasts' cheeze flapping in the wind. lol.

: Yeah, Kepler wants to rape my bank account, but so does Ivy. I dunno...I'm prolly gonna hold off on everything else until Ivy rolls around.
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I was assuming this would be released to coincide with Mass Effect 3 being launched

J/K
ROFL. you know, that'd be funny and a little disturbing at the same time.
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