Er, my green card is red?
, shot with Canon PowerShot A590 IS
lol, damn that red does not go with my blue LEDs! I will paint that red panel black and take off the EVGA sticker.
The two video cards in there are my EVGA GTX 260 CORE 216 55nm (top, overclocked to 684/1476/1188) and my PNY Verto 9600GT (overclocked to 700/1700/900 now, since I can't exactly stress test it). The 9600GT is a dedicated PhysX processor, and I ordered a Galaxy dual slot 9800GT for $66 a while ago. It should be shipped on the 18th. The other two cards to those interested are the EVGA Killer Xeno Pro (very top, received from ELP program), and Creative SB Audigy SE 7.1 in between the two GPUs.
I have an NVIDIA motherboard too, the XFX 680i LT. Either that or my C0 E8400 suck at overclocking, my E8400 is stuck at 3.6 ghz. It used to take 4.05 ghz, but not anymore.
Previously I've owned an 8400GS, 8500GT, and some 5 series stuff. Never had any driver issues. Only performance issues since my favorite games happen to be Crysis (and Crysis Wars) and Cryostasis.
Next on my list is the top of the line single chip GT300 card and Win7. I'll then use my GTX 260 for PhysX. Oh boy I can't wait for 1 GB or 2 GB of GDDR5 and a 512 bit bus width, and 512 stream processing cores.