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silverblades

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ok thanks for the all the info. :)
I have another question, i was reading about windows VISTA (longhorn) and i saw that directX is going out the door and as its out next year, i was reading that even if i buy a 7800GTX it is not compatable with the new "version" of directX so is this true? or lies? :tazz:

edit: i think the site i was on got it wrong from what ive seen in the vista forum

Edited by silverblades, 18 August 2005 - 01:53 AM.

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i dont like the way cross-fire works with the splitters on the back(more wires) but it MAY be the way to go technicaly it should be better due to the fact that its learnt from nvidia as on an ati site i saw it claims that their 2 850s beat 2 7800s, so when do cross-fire boards come out?
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Well they actually learned from themselves sli is a copy of the old ati dual card system ati have been working on the dual cards for much longer than nvidia has. The first saphire boards are just out.
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