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Old 11-13-2008, 06:29 AM   #11 (permalink)
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are those drivers goign to give performance gain to single nvidia cards not on a non x58 based chipset? or is the big deal just about the sli compatiblilty on x58?
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i think its just the x58 stuff and the dual monitor stuff. maybe they made the phyx stuff better or somthing. but thats still alot imo.
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Old 11-13-2008, 02:57 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Going back abit only 2 years mind but when I bought a 8800gts 320mb I got a 640mb but my motherboard was the asus p5b delux not the p5b delux wifi that I ordered.
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nvidia is pretty good about getting performance increases with new driver releases, big bang II is supposed to give more performance for all cards in general.
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Big Bang doesnt sound like a very good name for a set of drivers that control half a grand worth of video processing power.
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Big Bang doesnt sound like a very good name for a set of drivers that control half a grand worth of video processing power.
haha yeah seriously :P can anyone give me the brief overview of these drivers though, I never heard of them until now
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Big bang I were the drivers that introduced and made SLI possible.
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Big Bang doesnt sound like a very good name for a set of drivers that control half a grand worth of video processing power.
hahahaha seriously eh? lol
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those blocks look nice! Is that the only way to route your loop?
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