I read the thread on the 6800 GS where yall like the GS over the GT, and just my luck, I happened to already pick a GS anyways . Now my question is, does it really matter who makes the card, because the one that I am currently looking at getting (2 of them no doubt) is aneVGA 256-P2-N391-AX Geforce 6800GS 256M 256-bit GDDR3 PCIe 16x card. I'm making a big change in going from AGP to PCIe and have a few little reservations. I know AGP is now the seemingly outdated format, and I want to (somewhat) keep up with the times. But what the heck is SLi or Crossfire? I tried looking for any explanations, but all I can get is "in order to use this, you need this" type of info. Why is SLi better than standard PCIe? The card is SLi, just cus if I need it, I'd have it. And the card is only $200/ea.
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3/5/06 at 1:48pm