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85378, I'm in arizona
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Just wanted to ask whether you are aware that the 2GB version of the GTX670 card is good for games across three monitors.

I wondered about it
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Worth a read (especially the conclusion) http://www.bit-tech....0-2gb-review/10

Gday Michael :wave:

Your thoughts appreciated on the 2GB GTX 670
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Hi.
Thanks for your Zip code.Had my fingers crossed that you would be close to one of these stores for pick up on CPUs, but you are out of luck.
> http://www.microcent...es/default.aspx
Do you have an updated CPP list?
Does any of your software make use of a scratch disk? or multiple disks for render/export?
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Hi.
Thanks for your Zip code.Had my fingers crossed that you would be close to one of these stores for pick up on CPUs, but you are out of luck.
> http://www.microcent...es/default.aspx
Do you have an updated CPP list?
Does any of your software make use of a scratch disk? or multiple disks for render/export?

What's a CPP list, Computer parts list? And no I don't use anything that would use a scratch disk or multiple disks
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