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Two 7600gt in SLI mode? or one 7950gt?

I alredy have a 7600gt and I'm looking to up grade, do you think I would be better off buy another 7600 and doing SLI, or go to the 7950 512mb? (cant afford, or want 1GB until DX10 is out)

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7950 is better...

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A single 7900GS beats Sli 7600GS so wgy get two when one

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will do ? Faster, less heat, less power, etc.,

Like JBKing says...go to tomshardware.com ...and see the recommendations on the newest cards and the GPU charts.

VAPCMD

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Just a note:

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DX10 comes out January 30th with the release of Windows Vista. I'd say your best bet is to wait a while until you can afford one of nVidia's new 8000 series cards which support DX10.

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(NT) Works for me too....

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