djmik21 wrote:Hey guys which type do you prefer?
Also i'd like to know what is the difference between the nforce 650, 680,680i and the 7xx?
Dual card configuration IMO actually does not last as long as you think. All it takes is a somewhat evolutionary architecture change in a new generation chip to give a nice performance boost and you will be wanting a (or a pair of) new card. It is a waste unless you know you are going to get 2 cards all the time. In the long run it is going to cost quite a bit more.djmik21 wrote:long lasting configuration get the 3850's
djmik21 wrote:about the crossfire memory problem you shoulg get two 512 mb 3850's and from what i've seen the combination is better for high resolution and the gts i better at aa and opengl
so conclusions if you are an enthusiast who wants a new card every six months i reccomend the gts route but if you're someone who is going to build a new system and get a big screen(24 inch...) who uses high resolutions and want a a good performance and long lasting configuration get the 3850's
all these if you ca'nt afford to sli two 8800gt 's
djmik21 wrote:hey guys i got one more question about some ram modules
we all know about the ocz sli-ready memory, the reaper hpc and the reaperx hpc memoory modules... whith which sockets are they compatible?(i' m not sure but i think they're n-force compatiple only)
plz make this a bit more clear
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