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Monday, 30 August 2010 09:13

ChiefValue sells EVGA Geforce GTX 460 768MB for $145 with free shipping

Written by Jon Worrel

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DirectX 11 GPU deal of the summer

For the past few hours, the "Hot Deals" sections of various hardware forum communities have been rampantly hotlinking an incredible DirectX 11 GPU deal from ChiefValue.com, an online computer hardware distributor based in City of Industry, California.

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In what we believe may be two of the best back-to-school hardware deals of the summer, the site is offering an EVGA Geforce GTX 460 768MB w/ standard exhaust (768-P3-1360-TR) graphics card with StarCraft II Trial for just $145.99 with free shipping.

The site is also offering the EVGA Geforce GTX 460 768MB SuperClocked w/ standard exhaust (768-P3-1262-TR) version of the card for $155.99 with free shipping. However, there is a $10 Mail In Rebate for those who act fast (Before September 2, 2010), which brings the price of the SuperClocked edition down to $145.99.

All in all, these deals allow any enthusiast gamer or Folding@home contributor to configure a Geforce GTX 460 SLI setup with noteworthy tessellation and GPGPU compute power for just around the $300 price mark.

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