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Originally Posted by Namrac View Post
I've never heard of Quad SLI coming close to touching X1950XTX Crossfire, let alone an 8800GTX. One 7950GX2 performs a bit worse than a 8800GTS, but two doesn't work any wear near as well as 8800GTS SLI.
That throws power consumption out the window, and its not the kind of comparison I was making. Quad SLi specializes in ultra-high resolutions and AA/AF modes, I haven't heard of X1950XTX Crossfire defeating Quad SLi in 2560x1600/1920x1200 16x AA 8x AF.
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I love Nvidia and the geforce 8800gtx seems like an amazing card, but too bad the r600 is going to rip that thing to shreads http://www.overclock.net/news-overcl...enchmarks.html
    
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