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8800GT in SLI will be more raw power, even if they're the 512MB models.
4870 1GB (as in your sig rig) will be smoother honestly, and it'll handle DX10 titles better.
Honestly, i'd also say to find another 4870 1GB, sell your 8800GT if you have to. I think that would be a better upgrade for you honestly.
And your PSU will handle 4870 crossfire just fine. 4870's don't draw a whole lot more than 8800GT's do. And you've already ran a 9800GX2, which is quite power hungry itself. 4870's will draw roughly 150w each at peak. 8800GT's draw around 125-130w peak each. That's not a huge difference, your OCZ unit will do fine.

well what about the fact it only has 2 PCIe power cables? can the Molex to 6 pins be trusted?
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well what about the fact it only has 2 PCIe power cables? can the Molex to 6 pins be trusted?

Molex to 6 pins usually work just fine, just don't put a heavy OC on them.
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I would save some more cash and sell them all then grab one good GPU like a 6870 for 145 off amazon.
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8800GT in SLI will be more raw power, even if they're the 512MB models.
4870 1GB (as in your sig rig) will be smoother honestly, and it'll handle DX10 titles better.
Honestly, i'd also say to find another 4870 1GB, sell your 8800GT if you have to. I think that would be a better upgrade for you honestly.
And your PSU will handle 4870 crossfire just fine. 4870's don't draw a whole lot more than 8800GT's do. And you've already ran a 9800GX2, which is quite power hungry itself. 4870's will draw roughly 150w each at peak. 8800GT's draw around 125-130w peak each. That's not a huge difference, your OCZ unit will do fine.

well what about the fact it only has 2 PCIe power cables? can the Molex to 6 pins be trusted?

Just run one proper 6pin and one molex to 6pin per GPU. Yes, it'll work fine. It's still coming off your 12v rail, it doesn't matter what the connector is at the end. wink.gif So yes, molex to 6 pin adapters will work fine if you need to use them.
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Molex to 6 pins usually work just fine, just don't put a heavy OC on them.

i will be running stock clocks except my CPU
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I would save some more cash and sell them all then grab one good GPU like a 6870 for 145 off amazon.

6870 is slower than 2 4870's
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Just run one proper 6pin and one molex to 6pin per GPU. Yes, it'll work fine. It's still coming off your 12v rail, it doesn't matter what the connector is at the end. wink.gif So yes, molex to 6 pin adapters will work fine if you need to use them.

hmm okay I'll get another 4870 then i trust you i known you for years biggrin.gif.
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Molex to 6 pins usually work just fine, just don't put a heavy OC on them.

i will be running stock clocks except my CPU
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I would save some more cash and sell them all then grab one good GPU like a 6870 for 145 off amazon.

6870 is slower than 2 4870's
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Originally Posted by pioneerisloud View Post

Just run one proper 6pin and one molex to 6pin per GPU. Yes, it'll work fine. It's still coming off your 12v rail, it doesn't matter what the connector is at the end. wink.gif So yes, molex to 6 pin adapters will work fine if you need to use them.

hmm okay I'll get another 4870 then i trust you i known you for years biggrin.gif.

If you're going to be running stock clocks, then take those figures I gave you earlier and plan on even less power draw. I'd say 140-150w per GPU as a guesstimate. Your CPU is only either 95-125w (depending on what all is unlocked). Even overclocked...you're still at stock voltage, so the TDP shouldn't have changed. So that's 425w peak power draw (peak) with all 3 of your major components being fully utilized.

Now, your PSU claims its got a peak of 504w on the 12v rails. So you will be cutting things close, but I don't think you'll have an issue. Especially after reading the review on your unit at Hardware Secrets.

See here:
http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/OCZ-ModXStream-Pro-600-W-Power-Supply-Review/936

They pulled absolutely the MAXIMUM loads off that power supply, and it sat there and laughed at them basically. Give that OCZ unit some credit...its better than what the name brand will let you think. wink.gif
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8800's. A 4870 isn't alot better. (About 15%?). So 2x cards should push you alot more! Even though the scaling is terrible i'm sure you'll get alot better performance! Are these 1GB cards though?
 
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If you're going to be running stock clocks, then take those figures I gave you earlier and plan on even less power draw. I'd say 140-150w per GPU as a guesstimate. Your CPU is only either 95-125w (depending on what all is unlocked). Even overclocked...you're still at stock voltage, so the TDP shouldn't have changed. So that's 425w peak power draw (peak) with all 3 of your major components being fully utilized.
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http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/OCZ-ModXStream-Pro-600-W-Power-Supply-Review/936
They pulled absolutely the MAXIMUM loads off that power supply, and it sat there and laughed at them basically. Give that OCZ unit some credit...its better than what the name brand will let you think. wink.gif

sounds good to me i unlocked the 4th core and OC'd to 3GHz 400MHz extra but near stock voltages(stock is 1.324V mine maxes at 1.396V but that's still well within AMD rated voltages. everything else is stock.
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8800's. A 4870 isn't alot better. (About 15%?). So 2x cards should push you alot more! Even though the scaling is terrible i'm sure you'll get alot better performance! Are these 1GB cards though?

i looked at the 4870 crossfire reviews and scaling was near 85% so I'd say that's worth it. and its more than 15% crysis 2 went from 12 fps average with the 8800 on ultra to 38 fps average with the 4870, and yes the 4870 is a 1GB card
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I've owned both set-ups and the 4870 is the better card from a game play point of view as it's smoother with less frame rate drops.

The 8800GT's will bench higher though.

4870 Pro's : Smoother, Less power consumption, Cooler, No scaling issues to worry about, 1Gb frame buffer

4870 Cons : Slower depending on the game

8800GT SLI Pro's : Faster depending on the game

8800GT SLI Cons : Hotter, More power hungry, 512mb frame buffer not enough for decent texture settings, Scaling issues

It's a no brainer in the 4870's favour smile.gif
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