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    Today we're looking at the 6950 IceQ X Turbo 2GB graphics card that comes with a competitive price of $250 after rebate, one of the least expensive out there. Featuring a custom heatsink from one of HIS' popular designs, it's got quite a unique aesthetic with a translucent shroud and sleek nickel-plated heatpipes to lower temperatures and noise levels.



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    Nice review Jake. The 6950's are $250 and nicely priced.

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    Great card with decent performance for a very affordable price!
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