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    Default NVIDIA GeForce 9800GTX in Tri SLI Tested

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    Default Re: NVIDIA GeForce 9800GTX in Tri SLI Tested

    pretty kickin cool... I knew they would be nice performers. But we wanna see a GTS G92 comparison and not all of us game with a 4.4ghz overclock.

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    Haha, makes me think of the phrase "we work with the tools we have..."

    I think the reason they used such a high performance spec is because they wanted to force the bottleneck to the graphics cards so that the tests produce a more accurate picture of the cards performance.

    That and the rig they use is just freakin' sweet!
    Andrew "Eightball103" Jones

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    YEah right ?! ..... Is anyone able to buy 3 cards for $1500.00 to play crysis- i guess not .even its gonna be nice playing around with this .I am not even talking of the system able to run these beasts

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    Default Re: NVIDIA GeForce 9800GTX in Tri SLI Tested

    The one concern I have with this review is the mobo. There's already good evidence to suggest that SLI works significantly better with the 790i than the 780i, due to the new direct GPU-to-GPU communications architecture. I appreciate that the 780i is going to be closer to what many SLI-ready users are already running (680i for SLI), but a follow-up article with a 790 board would be nice.

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