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9800GT in SLI

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August 27, 2008 7:01:36 PM

Hi my new computer should be arriving tomorrow. it has a quad core Q6700(2.66Ghz).4GB RAM on 64bit vista and 2x 9800GT SLI, my question is what kind of performence can i expect outta these cards in somthing like crysis at very high on 1680/1060. any estimations on FPS would be appreciated and i cant change my mind now so plese make me feel like i made a good choice cheers! xx

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August 27, 2008 7:09:12 PM

well it was a good choice, I mean if You search up 8800 GT in sli benchmarks they beat 1 280 GTX in most games. And the Q6700 is a little faster than the Q6600, but has alot more potential since it has a higher multiplier:D 

So good stuff:D , although put in 4 more gigs of ram would also be an accomplishment, but not necessary good job:D 

I'd say your good for any current gen games:D  and should be good for the future, although it might come a time where AA won't be possible anymore:p 
August 27, 2008 7:55:45 PM

Thanks alot im really looking forward to when it arrives tomorrow you put my mind at rest cheers!
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August 28, 2008 1:48:56 PM

Nice system , congrats!
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August 28, 2008 2:38:29 PM

Yes, very nice system. Enjoy!

Liquid, why do you suggest 4 more gigs of ram? Just curious, because overclocking competitions only use 2 gigs and not many applications exceed 4 gigs unless your video encoding and multitasking at the same time. I currently have 4 gigs and for the most part its overkill but nice to know its there...
August 28, 2008 5:48:29 PM

Thanks alot i gotta say everyone on this forum is alot more friendly than those at gamespot or any other place where they just moan constantly cheers!
August 29, 2008 1:45:30 AM

Well since he's running Vista 64 I would say its a waste:) . PLus you can never have enough RAM if you've noticed when it comes to computers. I mean Windows loves to spread its legs, and we all know how much Vista loves RAM. Its not a must, but it can be a bonus for him. I did say it would be nice, but he doesn't have to.
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November 22, 2008 2:12:01 AM

4 gigs of ram is plenty for gameing!
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