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So Intel took their ball and went home, well GL getting people to play for your team Intel, bad move imo.
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I'm getting really annoyed at Intel and NVIDIA fighting like little children.
 
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It seems like Nvidia is run by a bunch of children.
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If this is how it's going to pan out, I seriously hope AMD can come up with an heavily overclockable chip of their own. Would give Intel the wake up call they need.

All both of them are doing, is limiting the consumers options, it's us who's effected not them.
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post #85 of 113
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So Intel took their ball and went home, well GL getting people to play for your team Intel, bad move imo.

are you kidding me? Nvidia is royally screwed if Intel does this, not the other way around.
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I ran a 680i at 450x8 with a Q6600 for a long time. No issues from that. The 750i FTW from EVGA is also a very good performer from what I've seen. I think you have some sort of SLI rage going on. SLI is what it is, 40-60% (better in some cases) for the same money as the one card. However, what do you think it would cost to get a card that could do 60% better than the card you are putting in SLI? Likely, you won't find a card that does that, and if you could it would cost more than twice what you had to begin with.
Yea but by the time that most people go sli like 2-3 months later a card gets released that is nearly twice as fast as their sli setup for less than they payed for two of the cards they bought for sli.
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are you kidding me? Nvidia is royally screwed if Intel does this, not the other way around.
Isn't that obvious? Don't you think this will put out alot of bad press for Intel, and disgruntle Intel consumers in general? That's why I said it's a bad move.

If AMD comes up with a chip capable of matching Intel in the near future, then imo Intel will get a serious wake up call.
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Isn't that obvious? Don't you think this will put out alot of bad press for Intel, and disgruntle Intel consumers in general? That's why I said it's a bad move.
No, and the reason is because the vast majority of their customers couldn't care less about SLI support. The only market it really effects is the enthusiast.

I don't blame Intel at all, it's really Nvidia's doing. They were the ones going around saying that Intel's technology was obsolete and now they stand to lose a lot because they won't have access to it.
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Ever since the 650i and 680i chipsets I've been avoiding nvidia boards from an overclockers point of view.So its alright w/me
    
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Yea but by the time that most people go sli like 2-3 months later a card gets released that is nearly twice as fast as their sli setup for less than they payed for two of the cards they bought for sli.
IIRC the only single card which beats the 2 8800GT I have in SLI is the 9800 GX2. What's the price of it? I have ~$350 into my two cards. Which is still less than an Ultra or a 9800GTX. Oh and I have been playing with them longer than the 98XX cards have been out.

SLI is a valid setup for the cheap overclocker.
    
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