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post #11 of 15
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I was thinkin the same thing, but will my powersupply handle it?
Sure yeah
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and a gts 450 sli'd is as good as both
Not. GTS450 SLI comes close to GTX470

Single card solution is always better
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I am getting a aftermarket heatsink soon, then 3.4ghz
I agree with 3.0GHz on an E6600 its fine u can run anything even better with 3.4GHz,hmm well i would go SLI or u could get an x2 card by selling ur 450 and other stuff u have,x2 cards use less power but um if u rly want or u dont have the budget get another 450
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GTS450 = GTX 260
those in SLI will bottlneck that E6600 like mad
upgrade CPU first?
it probably will be bottlenecked but the 260gtx is more powerful than the 450.
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If a 570 is too much, why not a 560? It's an increase in performance no less. Though as one other poster mentioned, it's pretty similar in price to a 480, runs just as fast, and a heck of a lot cooler all while sipping on a few less electrons in the process. It has my vote
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