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I think it depends on how good dx10 will work with xp if your not going to vista.....
DX10 isn't going to work on XP at all :/

For now it doesn't matter though, the 8800GTS and GTX do amazing in DX9 that it's compatibility in DX10 is just a bonus
    
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If you are willing to spend that much money on a GPU, it would just be retarded not to go with the 8800GTS/GTX.
    
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post #13 of 14
Here's a comparison between the two cards: http://www.gpureview.com/show_cards....=432&card2=475

Clearly, you can see which one is by far the fastest, at least it looks like.
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The 8800GTS is fast and overclocking it will allow you to get to stock GTX speeds
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