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Originally Posted by wiakwoooat GTX 285? waste just waste, get 3 or 4 Radeon HD 5870s in crossfire and we got somewhere ;)
Originally Posted by Tim SQuote:Originally Posted by wiakwoooat GTX 285? waste just waste, get 3 or 4 Radeon HD 5870s in crossfire and we got somewhere ;)
As far as I'm aware, work started on these PCs before Cypress silicon had even come back from the fabs - it isn't as simple as just slapping the new cards in and calling it a day. I'm sure Beast (and the other manufacturers) could offer an upgraded graphics subsystem once proper waterblocks are available for the 5800 series.
Originally Posted by Xtrafreshthey could have at least made the video in HD :p
Originally Posted by Denis_iiii like it! they should do an entire range following same look
Originally Posted by pizanEK 5870 blocks were available last Friday here in the US.
Originally Posted by mkyb145449 British pounds = 8 692.2448 U.S. dollars (*google)
Originally Posted by LizardQuote:Originally Posted by Xtrafreshthey could have at least made the video in HD :p
The video was shot in HD - but unfortunately bit-tech currently doesn't support Youtube HD right now.
Originally Posted by p3nUmm the gfx waterblocks are all linked together? Won't the top/middle cards get no cool water? These companies should be banned from defrauding people - waste of money.
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