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Originally Posted by AuttiWhy bother buy it when the MSI Lightning XE comes with 3gb. For a premium premium product, it seems a huge mistake to not give it 3gb when people using this for gaming will be cranking the AA and run 2560 screens.
It's substantially more expensive than an MSI lightning XE as well, which is already very expensive. Pretty stupid card to be honest.
Originally Posted by kzinti1It's too bad that your Value rating of this videocard belies your comments in the article.
"As such, the Asus more than justifies its price as a fast card that will last for ages. It's too large to fit inside many cases, but so much performance at such a low noise level makes it a very desirable card." And then you give it only a Value Score of 23/30?
Which is it? You can't have it both ways and still maintain your supposed journalistic neutrality and also the integrity of your review.
Originally Posted by Bloody_PeteIs it worth the £40 more than a standard 580 DirectCU2?
Originally Posted by Sentinel-R1No point buying the Matrix to watercool though is there. Might as well buy the standard cards if that's the plan.
Originally Posted by mediapcAddictsorry for the n00b question but with the card already running cool and quiet at 816 ( 920MHz with OC ) what would be the gain with water cooling? realistically with a good 580 what frequencies could you reach with water cooling? would they be significantly higher than this card??
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