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I am going to be upgrading to a 1900x1200 display though, with 2x or 4x AA, I think SLI would be a better choice. I think I'm just going to buy an EVGA 8800GTS to compliment my current Foxconn. I checked out EVGA's site, it looks like I can do the step-up thing up to 3 months after I purchase the card.

- Thanks for all the input guys
make sure you register your card online on the evga site to take advantage of the step-up and the lifetime warranty.
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make sure you register your card online on the evga site to take advantage of the step-up and the lifetime warranty.
Yeah, it's really a great program. I'm so impressed with eVGA. I just bought my 9800GTX, and its just so much comfort knowing I can step up...

But as some other posters mentioned, I have the SLI bug, and I want to get another 9800GTX :S lol
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