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  • Price: $220

    Available: Out Now

    Web Site: www.gigabyte.com.tw

    There are more GeForce cards on the market than you can shake your tuchas at. It's not only confusing for consumers, it's frustrating when you're trying to decide what is best to buy. If you're like me, you want what you want, not a large selection of what you don't want. Well, we're here with another GeForce review, this time of Taiwan-based Gigabyte's GA-GF2560 32MB SDR SDRAM GeForce. Another possible GeForce to purchase, which may be exactly what you want.

    When we saw Gigabyte's offering of a good value and a strong feature set for a GeForce, we decided to put it through its paces and see what it could do. Read on to find out what we think as well as how far we managed to overclock this puppy.





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