SLI Graphics, or Single graphics with Physics?

I want to know wich to buy: Another 7300GT to match the one I have so I can ru sli, or a physics card? At the moment I have a 7300GT from BIOstar, a gigabyte mobo and a 3000+ AMD cpu. I do not have enough momey to upgrade my cpu and momory, so wich would be best?
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  1. If you really want to spend your money, then get the SLI.

    Not all games/applications need Physics card and not much games/applications support Physics card.
  2. I wouldn't do either. Physics cards are a waste for now. There are only a couple of games that barely support it right now. IMO it's pretty pointless SLIing lowend GPUs. Why not take that +-$300 ($200 PPU $100GPU) and get a better GPU and more RAM (if you have less than 1GB). Either one of these would be much better than SLIed 7300GTs.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16814102061
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16814142075R
  3. Cool, thx man! Whats the performance diff between the 1950pro and the 1900XT? Will it also help if I upgrade my CPU to a 3800+ or maybe a dual core?
  4. The X1900XT is faster than the X1950pro, but it's hard to beat the price/performance ratio of this...

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16814121031

    This is one hell of a deal Cleeve found on Newegg.

    EDIT: Link didn't work...now it does, but now Out Of Stcok
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