What to do with crossfire x1800gto

Ok there the deal.

My setup is

Asus MVP deluxe
OCZ ddr 4000 2gb
x2 4600 Cooling Thermalright xp-90c
2 x1800 gto running at a modest OC EACH 582 " max 631" core 605 "max 643" memory with x2 vga cooling

Now do i sell the x1800gto's on ebay WITH original coolers and then also sell off the x2's

OR

sell both AS IS

OR

Keep both and live with it


looking at either a 2900xt "I admit to ATI fanboy NOT AMD FANBOY!!!!!!!!!!!!! " or 8800 gts 320


I play simple games
BF2
CS:S
HL2


also should i upgrade the cpu to either a Opteron 185 or the FX 60

OR

Keep the x2 4600 which OC to 2.62 mhz on air with no vcore


This is a big one guys help me out.
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  1. If you still play those older games, just stick with the X1800s. If you want to play Crysis, they should still suffice. I'd say wait until the Geforce 8900s/Radeon X2950s come out, or maybe even Geforce 9/Radeon X3k series.
  2. what resolution do u play ?
    do u really have problems with your game that u want to upgrade ?
  3. Maziar said:
    what resolution do u play ?
    do u really have problems with your game that u want to upgrade ?



    o god no
    1280x1024 is my native resolution.

    thats what i run at.
  4. Keep your system, should be rocking what you're throwing at it, especially at 1280. You'd be much better waiting until a games comes out that really needs more power, and by that time you'll be able to make a larger step up on your next upgrade.
  5. macer1 said:
    Ok there the deal.

    My setup is

    Asus MVP deluxe
    OCZ ddr 4000 2gb
    x2 4600 Cooling Thermalright xp-90c
    2 x1800 gto running at a modest OC EACH 582 " max 631" core 605 "max 643" memory with x2 vga cooling


    also should i upgrade the cpu to either a Opteron 185 or the FX 60

    OR

    Keep the x2 4600 which OC to 2.62 mhz on air with no vcore





    any takers??????
  6. if u play @ 1280x1024 , then keep it for now
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