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Can't wait to see those results.
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Added images, I'm going to sleep while these patches download
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Added images, I'm going to sleep while these patches download
Awesome, can't wait.
I'm assuming you plan to CrossFire with your second one I'm going to get two XT GDDR3's and crossfire those, since the GDDR4's put it a bit over my budget.
    
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Once I sell my 8600Gt.
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Awesome, can't wait.
I'm assuming you plan to CrossFire with your second one I'm going to get two XT GDDR3's and crossfire those, since the GDDR4's put it a bit over my budget.
Still cheaper thought, compared to one X2900XT.
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but crossfire 2600xt's? nah....go straight for the 2900xt
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but crossfire 2600xt's? nah....go straight for the 2900xt
Yeah, it's awesome man, no more lags for me with old graphics card, now I can put everything to maximum without any worries with X2900XT for my 22" Samsung monitor.
Not to mention my graphics card run around 30 degrees celcius idel, maybe my graphics card is cooled by my case fan from SilverStone TJ-09.

Anyway I havn't seen people using X2600XT GDDR4 Crossfire, it'll be interesting.
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post #28 of 83
is it possible for you (the reviewer) to do a Call of Juarez Dx10 benchmark?
linky, scroll down
i want to see how well 2600XT can do in Dx10 games.

if it can do 15+FPS, i will buy it, i don't mind turning down a few details.

same settings as that guy in the linky please. 8800GTS was my first choice, but im now short on funding, so i need a cheaper alternative.
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is it possible for you (the reviewer) to do a Call of Juarez Dx10 benchmark?
linky, scroll down
i want to see how well 2600XT can do in Dx10 games.

if it can do 15+FPS, i will buy it, i don't mind turning down a few details.

same settings as that guy in the linky please. 8800GTS was my first choice, but im now short on funding, so i need a cheaper alternative.
Even the 8800GTX and 2900XT cannot keep 15+ in the COJ benchmark.
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post #30 of 83
not all maxed out, just same settings as the guy in the linky.

well, what FPS do we get anyway. it's always interested to know the limits of a card.
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