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Thread: Crossfire HD 2900 XT vs. 8800 Ultra

  1. #11
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    Default Re: Crossfire HD 2900 XT vs. 8800 Ultra


    Besides that, all it takes is a few game makers to tailor their DX10 game engines to the HD2900 and it will smoke the 8800.

    As for being a hopeless fanboy, look who's talking. You have no idea what you are talking about at all and it shows.
    Last edited by casecutter; 07-10-2007 at 08:49 AM.
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  2. #12
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    Default Re: Crossfire HD 2900 XT vs. 8800 Ultra

    This review is AMD propoganda!

    Everyone knows that the 8800 Ultra is highly overpriced and a complete joke. If you want to be an AMD fanboy, you can just claim that.

    But since the 8800 GTX now costs only 480$, which is the price of the new 2900XT 1GB, 8800 GTX is by FAR the best choice. 2900XT CrossFire is pathetic.

  3. Default Re: Crossfire HD 2900 XT vs. 8800 Ultra

    nice review , i would like to see a review with sli and crossfire both running at full speed 16x-16x with non oc cpu from both Intel and AMD. with gfx cards at same price point ie the original retail $$ , seen that nvidia has the gtx and ultra run them. i was pretty shocked that crossfire did so well with one card at 4x let see how the Sli setups do
    Last edited by mike547 [TeamATi]; 07-18-2007 at 01:45 AM.

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