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Old 05-04-2007, 06:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 8800gtx vs. 8800gts sli

which would be better, 8800gtx, or the 320mb 8800gtx sli? holler.
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Default Re: 8800gtx vs. 8800gts sli

It depends on which game you are comparing, but I think one 8800GTX is better overall...
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Theres no valid reason to get 2 GTS rather than one GTX.

Given the choice id have one GTX
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Default Re: 8800gtx vs. 8800gts sli

what resolution do you play at?
alot of the time i see people with 88GTXs that really dont need them, maybe just a 640mb version of the GTS will do you fine
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well, nothing yet, i havent bought anything, just thinking about what to buy when i piece together my rig in about 3 months or so.
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well me and my friend both have 19 inch wide screen and play at the same resolution, i have the GTS and he has the GTX
and honestly i cant tell a difference in them mine looks just as good as his, which makes me happy because i dont plan on getting a bigger lcd anytime soon as 19 is plenty for me
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It is all about the resolution. SLI does better at larger resolutions, generally from 24" - 30" LCD's, otherwise, one 8800GTX will do better.
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