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and when the 6990x2's come out ill be sure to get 2 of them....
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Hey, just wondering what you meant by that. Since I'm looking to build a new PC as well, and would like to know more about the video cards so that I can make an informed choice. Thanks.
ATi/AMD GPU's are much better, they dont shrink frames to get it to work correctly, nVidia is good for Video editing ect. but not for gaming....
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Originally Posted by MET4LH3AD Omega View Post
ATi/AMD GPU's are much better, they dont shrink frames to get it to work correctly, nVidia is good for Video editing ect. but not for gaming....
Oh, really? Is there some sort of detailed explanation on some site or something regarding this which I can read?
post #24 of 33
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Hey, just wondering what you meant by that. Since I'm looking to build a new PC as well, and would like to know more about the video cards so that I can make an informed choice. Thanks.
He is just making **** up. Look at benchmarks for your resolution and the games you play, then buy the GPU from whichever company gives you the better deal.

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ATi/AMD GPU's are much better, they dont shrink frames to get it to work correctly, nVidia is good for Video editing ect. but not for gaming....
I'm pretty sure this is the single most incorrect post I have ever seen on OCN. However, before you get torn apart, can you please post some links to support your argument?
    
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Oh, really? Is there some sort of detailed explanation on some site or something regarding this which I can read?
I'll PM you my cousin email... he works with nVidia....
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He is just making **** up. Look at benchmarks for your resolution and the games you play, then buy the GPU from whichever company gives you the better deal.



I'm pretty sure this is the single most incorrect post I have ever seen on OCN. However, before you get torn apart, can you please post some links to support your argument?
dont get me wrong, i used to love nvidia gpus.... ill post the site where it talks about nvidias drivers.....
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post #27 of 33
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Originally Posted by MET4LH3AD Omega View Post
I'll PM you my cousin email... he works with nVidia....
Could you actually post that in this thread? I'm curious as to what he means, as well.
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4 gb of ram is a little low for gaming these days
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post #29 of 33
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4 gb of ram is a little low for gaming these days
I don't think so. Unless you fold while you game.
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post #30 of 33
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Originally Posted by PhuxnPro View Post
4 gb of ram is a little low for gaming these days
This is not correct.
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