Back in the middle of June, NVIDIA released their highly anticipated GTX200 series GPU's.

With a 65nm manufacture process and a whopping 1.4 billion transistor count, the flagship GTX280, as reviewed by Overclock3D, was without doubt one of the most technically advanced GPU's we'd seen in quite some time.

However, despite the rather large jump in performance from the previous generation 8800GTX /9800GTX cards, it still didn't quite have enough grunt to take on the dual-GPU monster known as the 9800GX2.

This, combined with the rather eye watering £420 price tag attached to the GTX280, hasn't given people much incentive to upgrade.

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