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Old 04-01-2008, 02:04 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Why? switching out your x38 for a 780i just means you have SLI. You will be fine with the single card if you want too.
I know, but with these cards, like SLI 9600gt's... I would so do that right now if I had an SLI board... If all the SLI drivers are that good...

I mean, xfire is deff better, but if the cards dont match up..

and I might want two over one, because they cost less. Like getting dual 9600gt's over a GX2.
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Yeah im in the same boat as you no clue, i feel stupid for not getting the sli board, thinking i would never use it.
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I mean, I thought I would use xfire, not sli. so.. bam, maximus not evga 780i..
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I'm glad I didn't have enough money to get meself a 9800GX2 ... now i can save up to get a 9900GX2 Then we can REALLY play crysis properly.
hmmm i have the same thing, i'm loving being poor at the minute it means i have no choice but to wait for these to come out

and they better be good, i got to run these for 4 years plus before i get me a new pc
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yeah.. I hate knowing that I will be poor and will not be able to upgrade..
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Bills suck ftw.
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