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its my chose to make + $150 for a monitor ? thats like buying trash
How on earth can you say that when what you were planning to get would of left you even less?

Murlocke has given you excellent advice and you have just thrown it back in his face.
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post #22 of 27
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NO NO u guys got me all wrong all i sad is u should spend a little more for a good name brand like i just chose samsung,dont take it personal but i just doubt that a $150 monitor will work same as or better that a $200 monitor who knows i may be wrong but all i asked is if this card was sli and nothing more i didn5t ask what card i should get nor i need any sugjustions so thanku and have a nice day
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NO NO u guys got me all wrong all i sad is u should spend a little more for a good name brand like i just chose samsung,dont take it personal but i just doubt that a $150 monitor will work same as or better that a $200 monitor who knows i may be wrong but all i asked is if this card was sli and nothing more i didn5t ask what card i should get nor i need any sugjustions so thanku and have a nice day
I would suggest a HANNSG, I have a 19in LCD. Zero dead pixels and 8ms response.
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Just buy a second 7800GT!
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dont waste money on the physx card got better gfx card
    
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get a single 8800GTS 640, that will do you nicely. and i agree, a physx card is a waste
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Yes all geforce 6,7, and 8 series cards are sli ready. But I think you should buy a single 8600gts since you can sli those later on if you need to. A single 8600gts will perform similar to a pair of 8500gt's.

As for the physx card, I recommend you stay away from them. There aren't many games that utilize it, maybe later games will but not now. You can spend that extra money and get a 8800gts instead of the 8500gt or 8600gts.
Not all. The low pro cards of those series are not SLi ready. My 7300GS for example. And actually, my AGP 6800nu was obviously not either.

I as well would recommend the single 8800 over 2 8600s.
    
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