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dospoy

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Which is better as of right now? sli or crossfire? Will everything change after dx10 is released? and are they both compatible with most games?
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I would go with crossfire but not for another 6 months or so until the new version is released because it will allow more flexibilty as to what cards you can use and all retasking of one card to physics.

Neither though is particularly advisable unless you are a high resolution monitor user(i mean really high >>1080 standard) as otherwise its a waste of money you are better with single card solutions, and unless they make dx10 games ridiculously resource hungry they should largely eliminate the need for dual cards with the new GPUs.
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wow

you know your stuff, lol. thanks for the help. I was going to go sli, but after reading your response, ill just stick with a single card until dx10 comes out, then ill upgrade.

Edited by dospoy, 13 October 2006 - 10:17 AM.

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