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Old 04-28-2005, 10:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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http://www2.newegg.com/Product/Produ...82E16813128282

in case you cant tell it comes with two 6600gt's and the mobo
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Nice price
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It's always funny reading these guys rave about new products on the reviews page. "Yes I just got this AMD 3800+ and it's amazing and such an amazing performer compared to my Intel 1.8 Celeron!!"..

You think???!

As for this board man, not sure. Is this the unit that has 2 6600 GT "integrated" onto one unit - as opposed to 2 different cards.
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What the hell is the thing under the gfx card in this pic
http://www2.newegg.com/Product/ShowI...oard/VGA%20Set

From what I have been hearing, their pretty good deals and offer good peformance, and are SLI but are faster than 2 cards rigged together
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^prolly the other 6600GT chipset. Im sure i am wrong
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Yeah. If they are integrated right out of the company, it should definitely be faster than the SLI of 2 different cards. I know Gigabyte is doing this. I am assuming it is this card. If so, it should be faster - I remember reading a review somewhere
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Sweeet deal!!!!! But Giga-Byte Video Cards...should have been eVGA.
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I don't think Gigabyte will use eVga cards in one of their products man
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DAMN! lol. Giga-Byte motherboards suck if you want to overclock them. ****in' Taiwanese bastards! lol.
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