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Default Upgrade X1950PRO > 3850???

I have a few questions about this possible upgrade.

1. Will the 3850 really provide that much more performance than the PRO in my setup?

2. Will my components be a bottleneck for the 3850, or will it be well balanced?

Also, to all UK members, how much do you think I will be able to get for my factory overclocked PRO with the HIS ICE Q cooler?

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