Nice, my guess is since their logo is a club from playing cards that this just followed. The cards certainly look nice but I would have to see a review before I would trust them.
I like it I wonder if when the fan spins fast enough if the club is FLAT in rotation!
Why not name it spade... lol
Loving the names though xD, wonder what they were doing when they came up with this.
Hmm both cards hence the name...I see.. I would be interested in seeing how beast it runs..
ya i'm with draco, i would definately have to get a review before trusting it..... thats one of the reasons why i like this web site so much!
A royal flush with an ace in the pocket. Seems about right, why do you need a review? the options are simple, it will be reliable unless you get the overclocked models. if you get the overclocked models the main info your looking at is the speed and rendition provided by the GPU. just a spec sheet would suffice.
That is more or less what i meant. spec sheet with reviews:) my pocket book isnt as trusting as it used to be;)
I don't understand the point of this at all.. card and poker gaming requires minimal graphic capabilities... like just enough to run flash in a browser...
OSunday:I don't understand the point of this at all.. card and poker gaming requires minimal graphic capabilities... like just enough to run flash in a browser...So confused...
The reference to Poker and Cards is just a ~hook~ to sell product. It has nothing to do with the card's capabilities.
I too would like to see some English speaking reviews on these cards, and I guess if you live in Europe you can just run out and buy them. This company is big over there. And they don't sell in America as of yet either..
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