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NVIDIA's Fermi Cards Inside CyberPower's Gaming Rigs
The destined moment has arrived as NVIDIA launched its very first DirectX 11-capable graphics adapters and the entire Internet is booming with reviews and articles about the GeForce GTX 470 and GTX 480. As expected, the reviews of the cards, and of the GTX 480 in particular, were mixed, but this doesn't change the fact that all of NVIDIA's partners and the various suppliers of gaming PCs are already hard at work integrating the products. Among them is CyberPower, which just revealed it is offering the cards as an option on three of its gaming systems.
Full read here: NVIDIA's Fermi Cards Inside CyberPower's Gaming Rigs - To become available on April 7 - Softpedia
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