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|12th August 2010, 12:05||#1|
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Gainward GeForce GTX 460 1GB Goes Like Hell (GLH) Edition in SLI
Today we're looking at another card from the company; this being the new GTX 460 which has become the apple of so many eyes. Its low price and high performance has made it a winner in so many people's hearts. If the GTX 480 stopped the heart of NVIDIA, the GTX 460 is the defibrillator that brought it back to life.
The version we're looking at today from Gainward is the GLH or Goes Like Hell edition. We wonder, though, how exactly does hell go? - To be honest, we already know since the card is pretty much a carbon copy of the Sonic Platinum Palit card we looked at a few weeks back. What that means is Hell goes fast...damn fast!
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