FYI that is a generic logo they use for all their recent cards that support overvolting.
If you read the fine...
I'm curious, why do you still put "DirectX 11 relevance limited at this time" as a con?
Pretty much every contemporary card has support for it, so...
Sleeve bearing fan? Yuck. (Especially in a horizontal-orientation application like a graphics card)
PhysX acceleration with cards that have less than 32SP was depreciated a while ago
Looks kinda crude for a Thermalright product.
I hope the retail product will have more polish to it, so to speak.
I dunno man. The GTX460 768mb looks like a much better value for folding to me.
Scythe used these heatlane things in their old coolers
Nice folding rig there :)
This drive has "too much space"? (In the cons list)
That's not profitable.
GT200 is a large die.
But would it be good for BFG? I'm quite certain it's not.
The silver stuff is solder. High end CPU heatsinks such as the Megahalems and TRUE have soldered fins as well.
I'm surprised they decided to use a digital PWM and a volterra chip.
That's good stuff.
But they're not the same card.
It's like calling a 9600GT ugly compared to a GTX280
Why would this be a con?
It's a 5750, not a 5770.
Wait, so the IHS isn't soldered on Regors? (referring to pic on p.2 of the review)
I think a Mugen 2 or Kabuto would be better.
This guy looks like one of those guys you see on bank commercials lol
I hope he does well :)
The 4850 actually isn't that hot.
The reference cooler just sucks.
Most of it is painted aluminum.
I agree, but it certainly fits the name.
I've never used CUDA for anything.
None of my game support PhysX either.
I bought my 8800GT because it was dirt cheap on boxing day lol
I don't think Athlon XP's had hypertransport
Athlon 64 (K8) came out in 2003
Hypertransport has gotten faster since then though. It's...
Old doesn't mean it's not competitive
Core 2 is still performs well
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