Some of us junkies out there like our games at a high res, all the effects on high and with aa and af turned on.frsrblch said:I still cant believe people pay $500... twice... just to play computer games. For that much money I expect to be able to build a computer, not just get its GPU.
I guess if they can sell these cards for so much money, go them, but youll not catch me spending more than $300 on a graphics card.
Not really...?Pemalite said:Well, If I am correct the 70 series of drivers, you didnt have to have the bridge, which was good, allowed you to spend less on a board and more on a graphics set-up.
Which is why I said the next released would allow more .And yes there is a 4x and indeed 6x setup. But you can only use a maximum of 2 cards at a time because of the drvers... but still good for some surround gaming (Parhelia anyone?)
Uhh..... You have to have an SLI board for it to be detected properly, that's what the gigabyte 3D1 required (also could only be used with certain gigabyte mainboards). Basically the system treats the card as if it were two 7800 cards.Walmart Security said:I think this exact same card was in the November issue of Maximum PC, and they gave it a 9/10 i think and a Kick ass rating also. I'd get it because my mobo only has 1 PCIe x16 slot and I want SLI performance in my rig.