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post #1 of 86 (permalink) Old 08-07-2012, 06:22 PM - Thread Starter
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It seems quite logical that if Nvidia uses the same Gk104 GPU for the new GTX 660 Ti cards, the same PCB and cooling design will be used as well. But the company is doing its best to cut costs and many expected the reference design to be a little more modest on the PCB and cooling side.

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i wish i never bought my 7950. stupid thing cost me 330.00 and had to be RMA'd and cost me 12.00 to ship bacl. I should of waited for the 660 ti. I would of been happier


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At $285-300, this could make a lot of 670 owners feel a bit ripped off smile.gif
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At $285-300, this could make a lot of 670 owners feel a bit ripped off smile.gif

Not really

If the performance are close to each other its kinda like pay a bit extra to get this card 3 months earlier

Its not like we will go in a rage over a cheaper version now is it :3

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i wish i never bought my 7950. stupid thing cost me 330.00 and had to be RMA'd and cost me 12.00 to ship bacl. I should of waited for the 660 ti. I would of been happier

Be happy you didn't buy yours just before the price drop happened on them the first time.

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At $285-300, this could make a lot of 670 owners feel a bit ripped off smile.gif
Not me. I bought my GTX 670 FTW for 350.


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i wish i never bought my 7950. stupid thing cost me 330.00 and had to be RMA'd and cost me 12.00 to ship bacl. I should of waited for the 660 ti. I would of been happier

It was probobly MSI's fault shipping out a bad card, it isnt AMD's fault. Nvidia GTX660tis will have the same problem evry once in a while. A 7950 will probobly be about the same as a 7950.

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