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Gigabyte sent it's new dual 6600 on one card to Tom's and here's the review:

http://www.tomshardware.com/motherbo...112/index.html

It looks cool and seems to have performance about equal to a single 6800 ultra for a bit less cash which is a plus.

What I really want to see is someone do a dual 6800 ultra on one card solution. I know about the heat and all that jazz but it sure would be a cool card.

Hay how about the simFusion 6000, 4 9800XT cores on one card. Any one want to ponder what the 3DMark05 score is on that baby.
 

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Originally Posted by zother

Gigabyte sent it's new dual 6600 on one card to Tom's and here's the review:

http://www.tomshardware.com/motherbo...112/index.html

It looks cool and seems to have performance about equal to a single 6800 ultra for a bit less cash which is a plus.

What I really want to see is someone do a dual 6800 ultra on one card solution. I know about the heat and all that jazz but it sure would be a cool card.

Hay how about the simFusion 6000, 4 9800XT cores on one card. Any one want to ponder what the 3DMark05 score is on that baby.

um hum, you a little slow
tis old news

http://www.overclock.net/showthread.php?t=8957
 

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Originally Posted by shermstix

Here is the proper link. The thing is that I totally disagree with your assessment that two 6600GT's perform on par with a 6800 Ultra. While the dual core card might perform better at lower resolutions, the 6800 Ultra gets better as you crank up resolutions and AA/AF.

mmmm exactly, 6600 still feels the strain when you crank up the settings
 
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