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post #21 of 22
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Originally Posted by Erwin_Rommel View Post
those are some pretty high demands for 240 dollars...

I think this is the best you're going to do

Zotac 8800gts 512 g92:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814500004
stock clock of 650mhz, but i doubt you'll be able to hit 750mhz on the stock cooler.
The GTS stock cooler is amazing, i can hit 800MHz core... it ships with the fan at like 35% crank it up with rivatuner and ur set.
post #22 of 22
I think Dual 3850s will probably beat any nvidia card (aside from the 9800gx2) in crysis.


Edit: I was just looking through some reviews again and it appears that the GTS and dual 3850 trade blows in different games, some games the 3850s beat the gts, and in other games the GTS beats them back by the same margins.... so its really up to you man, they perform about the same, and they cost about the same, so it just comes down to which company you want in your rig :/
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