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8600GT'S SLI Not working right.

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Fox34, Jul 26, 2007.

  1. erocker

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    Yeah, but I can't speak for that one. I would go with the one my friend has considering I know it's good and most of the reveiws are good. I wouldn't take a chance with the really cheap one.
     
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    I know its cheap, but Ive never had any problems with a PSU I mean they deliver power, I never really look at how stable the Volts are or w/e. Never had one die, never had one screw up.
     
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    DaMulta My stars went supernova

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    Where's the 06 score?
     
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    Yeah, but you probablly haven't had a rig that requires this much power. Plus the PSU my friend has is well worth the extra cash.
     
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    Well I just bought another gig of ram off zek. Ill get the cheap one and if it turns out bad Ill just RMA it with some loop-hole. And Damulta its in my sig
     
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    erocker who is that in your avatar?
     
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    isn't it John Belushi?
     
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    DaMulta My stars went supernova

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    hMMMm seems slower than the 2600Xt Gddr4 CF score. Not that I'm dissing you it's that I have been thinking about getting 2 of those cards.


    VERY NICE SCORE FOR THE PIRCE:rockout:
     
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    Yea CHEAP deal with pretty good scores, and I will be getting my other gig tomorrow I think so Ill update and see whats goin on. Also In the end I will get a dual core opty too. :cool:
     
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    Is that your oc score?
     
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    @ POS, I have been looking at those Mushkin's as they have Fusion rail or active which ever It makes dual-rail worth my money. And modular good for wire hiding, 20 amps per rail. Very nice:D
     
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    @ damulta, No not the recent clocks I will in a minute update the 06
     

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