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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 06-25-2009, 06:41 AM
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i don't think any single card solution can do, especially when you oc the 4890.

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GTX 280's are not the answer to 4890's becasue they aren't as good as a 4890. Infact, I believe GTX 275's are better
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When all is said and done, I'll end up paying $130 for my 4890.
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GTX 280's are not the answer to 4890's becasue they aren't as good as a 4890. Infact, I believe GTX 275's are better
the gtx 275's are better than the gtx 280, atleast in benchmarks, but just ever so slightly.

but for $200 the best nvidia card you could get is a gtx 280.

the gtx 280 and the hd4890 (each non OCed) are almost on par.

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Whether or not a 275 is a 'better' card or not is definitely debatable, due to various differences betwixt them, but if clocked to the same speeds, a GTX280 is a faster card than a 275.

In fact, barring some kind of a defect, it would be physically impossible for a gtx275 to beat a GTX280 at the same clocks.

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