Published on 29th January 2008 by
Originally Posted by lewchenkoWonder what UK pricing will be. About time AMD/ATI had some good news.
Originally Posted by naokaji
so, what will end up faster? 3870x2 or 2x3870?
Originally Posted by baddersConsidering the fact that many review sites are having driver troubles, and that is usually what trips ATI/AMD up on the first hurdle, if the real-world benchmarks place this at about 8800Ultra levels, then surely they can achieve more with better (i.e. not rushed) drivers?
Originally Posted by yakybwhat driver problems are these all the reviews i have read stsate there has been no driver problems and it out performs the ultras
Originally Posted by lewchenkoAs its a single card which is considerably cheaper than 2x 8800GT's the overall outcome is very favourable.
Originally Posted by WhiskeyAlphaThis is either an assumption or you've been misinformed; I've seen many deals for 8800GT @ £150, which puts it at exactly the same price-point as the new 3870x2. ;)
Originally Posted by naokaji2x 8800GT requires you to use a nvidia mainboard though, while with 3870x2 your free to use good mainboards.
Originally Posted by BrooxySo does it come with a nuclear power supply, or do we have to go and buy one? Otherwise it looks good, been waiting for a high end ATi card for a while now, and hopefully this will come up well.
Originally Posted by WhiskeyAlphaLol, a little OT but oh so true.
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