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|25th September 2008, 22:42||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2004
ASUS GeForce GTX 260 TOP Graphics Card
What’s so great about the TOP line of cards from ASUS is that they’re actually overclocked to a level where a decent performance can be seen. So many companies these days offer an overclock, but a few MHz on the core and a couple MHz on the memory doesn’t really equate to that much of a performance increase; all it tends to do is constantly just put it ahead of a reference based card.
The TOP line of cards aren’t like this, though; ASUS seem to put a bit of time and effort into the overclocking process and really find out what exactly the cards are capable of, which in turn tends to make them some of the fastest cards on the market in their category.
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