From the best video solutions you can afford. I like this list -> http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-graphics-cards,1965.html
"The graphics card landscape changed tremendously in June, with the introduction of the Geforce GTX 260 and GTX 280 cards, and ATI?s counterattack with the Radeon HD 4850 and 4870. And let?s not forget Nvidia?s counter-counterattack with the Geforce 9800 GTX+!"
"The Geforce GTX 280 is now the most powerful single video card that money can buy, usually beating out even the dual-GPU equipped Geforce 9800 GX2!"
I'd see where I get the real performance from today. Dual 8800 cards appear to be last years shiny new thing.
Hey everyone, I want to create a new gaming PC and I am having trouble deciding which RAM Manufacturer to go with. I want to use PC3-16000 on a 790i SLI Ultra Chipset with an Intel Quad Core and two NVidia 8800 GTS cards.
Combo sounds like a real blast, however, I have seen postings that some RAM manufacturers products do not actually run at claimed speeds. Has anyone used this high speed RAM and taken tests to see if it actually runs at these speeds? And if you have, which manufacturer was it, speed, etc..
Thanks in advance for your help!