BFG GeForce GTX 295



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The nvidia GTX 295 has now become a single PCB graphics card with the two GPU's on the single PCB. The new configuration eliminated the dedicated HDMI port and brings back th DVI/HDMI adapter. nvidia has done this to save money on production costs as the previous version of the 295 was just breaking even at the price they were selling it at.

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help me!!!!!  i have 2 216 core 260 bfg's sitting here paid for.


do i want to trade up or just install the suckers?  these in sli will be damn close to the 295 correct?  i know that something is on the horizon for windows 7/direct x 11, but this will kick ass, correct?????

thanks for some help!!!!!



Max PC, can u guys pleae update the best of the best section, it's been like that forever I think



i can't believe you guys don't mention price in these reviews anymore. at least give up the msrp! otherwise i might as well get my reviews at a site that includes ALL the info i need.



BFG GeForce GTX 295

Just in case you missed our review of the new GTX 295 reference board last month, we’ll revisit the high points,



will find something else to wow us with, and stop selling their sh*t for them, high ass out of reach video cairds, I just wanted to log on and and know about it, but this is some old stuff, jump off their d*cks and get with the real! 

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