Originally Posted by toddville393
In my mind that means I the one card is the better card. I'd rather have the better card than the 2 inferior cards that together are better than the one, but that me.
I couldn't care less about what's inside my case, how many there are, what it looks like, etc. All I care about is hassle free as much as possible and with as little noise as possible. To me, if two cards can perform "better" than 1 card and the price point is the same, I'd go with the two cards. However, that's not really the case in reality because two cards opens up a new can of worms (microstutter, game compatibility, increased driver issues, twice the chance of hardware failure, requires more expensive motherboard, etc). I'd jump to SLI or Crossfire in a heartbeat if they ever perfect it, but I haven't been impressed with the dual card setups I've built for others. For now, I'm a one card guy.