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I returned back to the green team today!

DirectorC

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#1
Took back the 5770. ATI has failed to convince me. Scored an 8800GT for $65. :rockout:

About the 5770: It will get its ass kicked by DX11 games, so it's kind of pointless. Save up for a 5800 series card or be ready to XFire those 5770s.
 
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Like they say, you get for what you pay for! ;) Thats why I ended up not getting the 5770, if its merely in the 4890 range, what will happen when dx11 really hits the decks, if they ever will? It will have to bear a massive drop in fps. +1 for 5800 series if you want to game seriously, especially @ extreme resolutions.