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Thread: nVidia vs ATi




  1. #11
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    Default Re: nVidia vs ATi

    Will my 350W power supply soport the ati card that I menchend above?

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    Default Re: nVidia vs ATi

    Definitely.
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    Default Re: nVidia vs ATi

    I've got a 9600XT on a 235W PSU, and I've overclocked the system. As casecutter said, it will definitely work.

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    Default Re: nVidia vs ATi

    wich one is better the Radeon 9600Pro or the Radeon 9600XT?

    They cost allmost the same

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    Default Re: nVidia vs ATi

    The XT is better, no doubt.
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