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considering most GTX 275's are $30+ more?

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No answer. But ATI don't have PhysX. PhysX games run horribly with 4890 eg. Mirros Edge, Cryostasis.
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lol id laugh at someone who has like tri fire 4890s oced and then like a gtx285 for physics

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lol id laugh at someone who has like tri fire 4890s oced and then like a gtx285 for physics
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that b hilarious and great at the same time
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There were some PNY 275s on newegg for $199.

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so if you want equivalent performance of a 4890, you have to fork over the extra $$$ for a GTX 275 then?

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so if you want equivalent performance of a 4890, you have to fork over the extra $$$ for a GTX 275 then?
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What's Nvidia's answer to $200 4890's?

considering most GTX 275's are $30+ more?
GTX 280's for $200

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GTX 280's are not the answer to 4890's becasue they aren't as good as a 4890. Infact, I believe GTX 275's are better
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GTX 280's are not the answer to 4890's becasue they aren't as good as a 4890. Infact, I believe GTX 275's are better
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