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silverblades

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I have just got a XFX NVIDIA GeForce 7800GTX (OC edition) and i have a question:
1. can i/should i get another one and run them in sli.
Some specs...
AMD Athlon 3700
DFI LANPARTY nF4 SLi-DR (crossfire version out this month i should have waited a month :tazz:
Corsair TwinX 3200C2 2Gb Kit
SilverStone ST-65ZF 650w power supply
Is it worth the money to get another card with the specs that i have

thanks in advance

Edited by silverblades, 08 September 2005 - 03:05 AM.

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heartofalion28

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people say its crazy good with just one but if u wanna be on the bleeding edge and have an extra 500 or 600 bucks why not?


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jm312005

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yeah, and if got that kinda money to burn, ship one this way too . lol
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The improvement really depends on what game youre running. some games improve hardly at all like Doom 3, but some improve greatly like unreal tournament 2004. It gets up to 107 fps at maximum settings!
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thanks for the reply's, i dont really have money to burn(have 2 save 4 a few weeks) but as for a gaming computer i have never really been up there so now is the time since ive gone with sli i might as well go all the way. The thing i need to know is will my cpu handle to two cards? :tazz:
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lmao, ffs, why would anyone want to play a game at 107FPS? 30 FPS is the highest that will ever be practical.
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