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Originally Posted by scottschVista and DirectX 10 w/ shader model 4.0 are coming in 6 months. This is still a DX9 card. It will be obsolete for future gaming in 9 months. Why buy any high end card at this point?
Originally Posted by DXR_13KEvery interesting....was looking forward for a FEAR benchamark.
anyday we will see a X1950 and then a 7960 and then a X1960.....and one day we will even see a X1999XTXXXXXXX version Z and a 7999GTXXXX version omega. when this insanity stop?!?!?!?
Originally Posted by tank_riderAh but here comes the akward question, what happens if i run a 3d app, such as a cad or cae program, in dual monitor mode? does each card take one monitor each, or will one of the cards be basically sitting there twiddling its thumbs?
First off, it should be reasonably obvious that a pair of GeForce 7950 GX2s in Quad SLI will only work on NVIDIA SLI-certified motherboards. However, NVIDIA has tested GeForce 7950 GX2 on a number of motherboard solutions, including boards with only a single PCI-Express x16 interconnect.
GeForce 7950 GX2 functions as any normal single card solution would, in that it will work in virtually any motherboard with a PCI-Express x16 interconnect, regardless of the chipset. Compatible motherboards will need a BIOS update to ensure that it is able to see the second GPU that is hidden behind the internal PCI-Express switch. For an up-to-date list of motherboards that support GeForce 7950 GX2, you can check over on NVIDIA's homepage.
Originally Posted by -EVRE-I have an Asus SLI board that gives 8x to each slot in SLI mode, will these cards work in quad sli on it? ie 4xpcie to each?
Originally Posted by ozstrikerOk I got convinced to get one of these...one question though. Do you think it will ever be possible to watercool one of these?
Originally Posted by yahooadamImpressive - i have to ask though, how did you get the cards to play BF2 in widescreen - the command line force thing just stetches the image, so how do you get proper widescreen on your GPU's .........
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