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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-23-2005, 03:50 PM - Thread Starter
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Is this really the fastest thing going now?

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2 7800GTX in SLI will destroy anything on the market at the moment.

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But honestly would not be worth it...In my opinion there is no game that would even thinking of needing that much power....There fore for now it a waste of money...by the time something will need that kind of power DX10 will be out with new vid cards and you will have to upgrade again...IMO it is not worth the money...

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Asus Dual 7800 GTX Cores... will kick the dual sli 7800

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Asus dual 7800's are already set up in sli and you cant run 2 of them together.

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Well, Considering I can play BF2 with ALL settings on ULTRA (Minus Textures) with a 6800LE, I think it would be safe to say that a single 7800GT/GTX would be suffice.

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Yeah i can run everything maxed on battlefield 2 but i only play at 1024x768 resolution because i dont really see the need in BF2 to turn it up all the way. And thats with a single 7800gtx and terrible ram.

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Yes a DUAL core 7800 will be awesome wouldnt you love to run 2 of those dual core cards into your machine that would be 4*7800's lol thats great


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