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Old 12-07-2007, 06:53 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Unless you run 1650x1080 or higher, the 256 should be enough. The extra memory usually helps at higher resolutions.
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Unless you run 1650x1080 or higher, the 256 should be enough. The extra memory usually helps at higher resolutions.
Ya, My monitor doesn't support that resolution anyways. I think I'm just going to get it, in the benchmarks I saw from one of those links, it beat the 8800gts.
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definitely, 8800gt performs with the 8800gtx sometimes, for half the price... I say go for it!!
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