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yeah the x1950 feels good. not excessive, good price, will last me till dx10 is required. i dont really like the idea of havin only one stick, defeats the purpose of dual channel, and then you get stuck later trying to match the pair. as availability seems to change very quickly lately. i really have no intent of going dx10 till late 07 at the earliest.
The same can be said for the 7600gt, you just won't be able to run everything as high as the x1950pro
    
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i also like the fact that the 1950 is crossfire ready out of the box. i've only had one nvidia card, and i wasnt too impressed with things like shadows
    
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i also like the fact that the 1950 is crossfire ready out of the box. i've only had one nvidia card, and i wasnt too impressed with things like shadows
Crossfire with current gen cards is pointless right now, mid-range DX10 cards are just over the horizon from both AMD and Nvidia
    
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true, and my board doesnt support either lol. only one pci-e slot.
i jsut want my new card to be a step up from my old 7800GS agp. not a step down, or even a lateral move. since i took a loss on it
    
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Get the Team group ram. My 2gb kit of DDR2-800 4-4-4-10 comes in soon.

The DDR2-667 3-3-3-8 has seen DDR2-1000 with 2.3V and 4-4-4-12.
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too expensive
    
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