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Why not just buying an FPGA and a few ram chips and code the GPU yourself? :|
You would even get the girls being so manly.
added on the 2009-01-24 21:23:43 by xernobyl xernobyl
i would just say you buy the original GTX
not one from a distributor
they've mostly overclocked something ... for the gamer guys and that sucks ...
have fun with CUDA ;)
All joking aside, I was originally going to buy a 9800GTX, but then discovered I could get the GTX260 Core 216 from Evga for about US $20 more, so I bought that card. My card has the blower that pushes the hot air out the rear of the case. Makes for a much cooler running machine and the card makes very little noise at all, even under heavy load, at default settings. You will need a very good 500W or better PSU for a GTX260 series card.
added on the 2009-01-24 23:34:38 by ngtflyer ngtflyer


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