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ASUS GeForce GTX 760 ROG Striker Platinum

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  1. Animalpak

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    dat naming.................sounds like Asus went full retard.
     
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    Looks interesting. Wonder how much OC it will have over a stock 760 4gb.
     
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    No they already used that naming.

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    Adding the extra "Platinum" is what im talking about.
     
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    I don't want to get into a flame war but I'd stay away from Asus GPUs. I had 2 Asus 512MB 8800GTs in SLI and they lasted a mere 8 months together. Then I bought 2 EVGA SC GTX 460 1GB and ran them at 850/1700/4200 in SLI for 3 1/2 years. They are STILL working in a guy's computer in Minnesota. I now have 2 EVGA GTX 760 2GB at 1241/7600 in SLI and they are incredible. I don't want you to go thru the same crap I did so I recommend EVGA for GPUs. Asus does make incredible motherboards, though.
     
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    You might be surprised with the more recent Asus cards. Though I do agree when it comes down to Nvidia cards, my go to is EVGA, but for AMD cards I would probably go Asus.
     

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