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The GTX 560 is rumored to be around $250-$300
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post #12 of 13
I just got my 460's in SLI without any overclock, I have to say I have never been happyer with my FPS.

I have just a MSI Cyclone and A Gigabyte 1GB cards all stock on air in my i7 (Stock speed) I'm waiting on my DD moonsoon to come in the mail (Water eta 1 day) It's been a dream after I fixed my driver issue. The SLI runs without any problems so far and gives me great performance, Windows gave me a 7.8 and in SC 2 on extreme settings I'm getting 129 fps to 98 fps in battles, I can even play that POS port COD at highest.
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I also got the MSI for 180 and the Gigabyte for 170 so 350 bucks for a kickass setup isn't bad.
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