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Old 09-07-2009, 11:33 PM   #11
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4850x2 vs 260 benchmarking

And if your interested in a HD 4890 Atomic
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Old 09-08-2009, 06:39 PM   #12
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Not all games support SLI you know..
I would go with a 260 and pop another one in later, but his choice
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Not all games support SLI you know..
I would go with a 260 and pop another one in later, but his choice

This is why I'd recommend 1 top-of-the-line card over 2 decent cards any day.

Less power consumption, less heat generation, competitive performance, and you don't gotta worry about dual/tri GPU support.
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This is why I'd recommend 1 top-of-the-line card over 2 decent cards any day.

Less power consumption, less heat generation, competitive performance, and you don't gotta worry about dual/tri GPU support.
Yep
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