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Old 07-13-2007, 12:21 AM   #11 (permalink)
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sli and crossfire are a waste of money.
heh heh heh...
you guys know how i feel about this....

p.s. vernon i saw this guy selling 7900gs' on the corner...

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p.s. vernon i saw this guy selling 7900gs' on the corner...

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lol nagasama always here to lighten up the mood with some humor.
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i think hes serious :P
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Go with the Asus p35 board, it's what I got and it's amazing.
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The P5K deluxe is good but it performs just as well as the DS3R except has more features...if you don't need those features (as most don't) then the DS3R is plenty heh.
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heh heh heh...
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lmao..... are u sure thats no bootleg 7900gs???
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The P5K deluxe is good but it performs just as well as the DS3R except has more features...if you don't need those features (as most don't) then the DS3R is plenty heh.
The P5K Deluxe isn't really necessary, I think the stand alone p5k board is probably the better bet and is over $50 cheaper. The only reason I have the deluxe is because it came out a week before, and I was in a hurry to get my system.
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The P5K deluxe is good but it performs just as well as the DS3R except has more features...if you don't need those features (as most don't) then the DS3R is plenty heh.
Hmm maybe I should look into that...what kind of features are we talking about?
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