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Need the best video card available


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OSC

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Hi,

Need a video card to support the following:
1. Dual DVI outputs
2. Ability to work with dual HDTV's
3. Can fit low-profile machine (this is a nice to have, not absolutely required)
Any suggetions?? Price is not an option. :whistling:
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warriorscot

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If you want the best youre looking at a X1900XTX or a 7900GTX, i personally would go for an X1900 if i was going for TV use as ATI has a better technology for dealing with TVs and HD and the image/colour reproduction is more advanced, and in Europe they are cheaper, but in the US the 7900s are pretty cheap and they are fast cards.

But i would maybe wait a while for the DX10 cards, we usually say dont wait as technology always changes but DX10 is a big enough jump to justify waiting.
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Well you did say price was not a consideration:
http://www.ati.com/p...7350/index.html


price reported at 1.100£ (1901.87us $)
http://www.channelwe...ackback/2153246

Looks like a pretty neat card too :whistling:
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