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Old 08-11-2010, 11:17 AM   #21 (permalink)
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yes, it will work.
Alright, in that case I'll probably use it until I get a second graphic card :]

Still, next time I'll check back here first >.<
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Old 08-11-2010, 11:29 AM   #22 (permalink)
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so you're going to get a new board later on if you decide to add a second card?

seems more of a hassle to me :/
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It does... but I already went like 350 over my budget >.<
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Default Re: Building a new computer, need some help picking hard-ware.

Tbh, dont bother with two cards, all sorts of issues can arise, It's best to stick with one great card in my experience. Im sure others will agree lol.
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If you want a real hardcore gaming experience. Get dual/triple screens. use a splitter to make it happen.

And get yourself a suround sound system.

You get all screens locked onto one game, it feels like you're totally into it. Middle screen as dominant, and the side screens to either do other functions, or to cover other angles of your view. Especially amazing if you play FPS.
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