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GeForce GTX Samson

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  1. Artistus

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    Where's the pink delilagh version?
     
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    April fools i imagine.
     
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    Artistus indeed.
     
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    Agreed.
    For that matter, where is W1z's April Fools' joke this year?
     
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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    Definitely a joke(cleaned this up a bit for English readers):

    According to preliminary data, GeForce GTX Samson operates with 2496 stream processors, 320-bit memory bus, and 5 GB of buffer memory GDDR5. However, the card can be unlocked to a full GeForce GTX Titan (2688 shaders, 384-bit memory bus, 6 GB GDDR5), if gamers will be able to observe a number of conditions:

    365 days of not being installed in a PC with video card and/or processor from AMD;
    surf Nvidia.com and GeForce.com daily;
    during the year, play at least 1993 hours (1993 - year of foundation Nvidia) of games that support the PhysX API.
     

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