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Feb 28, 2004
Claymont Delaware 19703
You get four GTX 285's with some minor updates like 3 power connectors and voltage test points etc and a Classified mobo all for $1699 .Sounds like an ok deal to me.With this deal the mobo and each video card is only $339 a peace.Great deal for the mother board with current prices.Depending on how much faster the new GTX 285 Classified is $339 may or may not be a good deal if the 5850 still kicks its butt.

new GTX 285 spec's

EVGA GTX 285 Classified Graphics Card

  • GeForce GTX 285 GPU
  • 4-Way SLI Support
  • 8 Phase Digital PWM
  • Low ESR/ESL Film Capacitor
  • X-Cool jumper for Extreme OC
  • 3 PCIe 6 pin power connectors
  • Dedicated Voltage Read Points
  • EVGA EVbot support
EVGA X58 SLI Classified 4-Way SLI Motherboard

  • Intel® X58 Express Chipset with the ICH10R Southbridge
  • 7 PCIe Slots for 4-Way SLI or CrossFireX Support
  • 10 Phase Digital PWM with Switching Frequency of 1333KHz
  • Low ESR/ESL Film Capacitor
  • 100% Solid State Capacitors
  • EVGA E-LEET Tuning Utility Software
  • EVGA EVbot Support
  • EVGA ECP V2 (EVGA Control Panel)
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Heh, those aren't next generation cards, they're current generation. Also a giant waste of money for anyone except maybe an LN2 bencher who wants to use Nvidia hardware.
It's a lot cheaper to photoshop your benchmark results than waste money on multiple video cards. ;)