Discussion in 'Overclocking, Cooling & Modding' started by Max_87, Dec 17, 2006.
perverted edition FTW!
wad i heard is that nV is going to allow "some partners" to sell factory o/c 8800 cards in order to make the launch of ATI(amd) R600 more difficult...
LOL LOL LOL
wat a brilliant name
LOL!! Pervert edition..
Woah, triple-x and x-rated video-card? Must be a fierce, fiery and fantastic name they could come up with. Still, the 8800 is extremely powerful, and it comes with a physics engine if I'm not mistaken, and also comes with a developers' tool. Gamers and developers welcome!
so it comes with ahem ahem stuffs too ?
well, you got to be a little bit pervert to be willing to spend that insane money on a gfx>
Hehe.. Are they suggesting it will help improve the quality of their porn???
hell yeah, everything will look bigger, brigher, faster...
ROTFL!! That's something porn should never be - FASTER.
Honestly, porn becomes a hilarious funny cartoon when it runs faster than it should.
The OC version will be priced significantly higher.Isn't it so ? Is it worth the extra price ?
It will definitely be priced higher. To me, it is totally not worth paying the extra price for those pervert edition. I can buy the innocent version and make it perverted myself anyway
Here in the Us the XXX version is selling for about the same as the standard 8800GTX at $649........
u ppl dun think bend bend,
XXX for XFX gfx stands for:
"eXtreme overclocking, eXtreme performance and eXtreme cooling"
Yea, it'd just sell about the same (marginal difference.) All this hoohaa over this is prolly coz of the problematic OC'd versions of the 7900GT in the past (where NVIDIA said it's the vendor's fault)...
Don't blame us, it's a problem with XFX marketing
When you see "XXX", what's the first thing most people think of?
Now what's the second thing? Maybe the movie.
I had no idea what it was supposed to stand for until I read your post
hahahaha, well, maybe they should put the xXx like that just like the movie, so people will think of Vin Diesel first rather than the other thing
Hmm.. That may be copyrighted though.
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