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GeForce GTX 690 announced for $999

Are you in need of a new graphics card? Do you have about a thousand bucks just laying around? Do you tend to overdo it? The solution to may just be the the GeForce GTX 690, NVIDIA's latest flagship graphics card. It boasts some impressive stats and design, and for that price, it really should. The company announced the card on Saturday with some impressive stats. It's powered by two Kepler GPUs, which the company boasts makes it almost match two GTX 680s in SLI, a difference of 2.
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