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No use kidding around: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 3-Way SLI kicks benchmark ass. Reviewers across the board found the setup to be far and away the best money can buy when it comes to graphics, but the price is certainly steep. Not only are the cards super pricey -- you're limited to the 8800 GTX and 8800

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December 14, 2007 at 10:33AM
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Well wouldn't you know it, we're just strolling down the street today minding our own business, when what do we happen to trip over but a field tech manual for Dell's upcoming XPS 720 and 720 H2C performance gaming rigs. According to the confidential, hundred-plus-page document, the pricier (but coo

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Sure, PC Koubou's new Amphis MT729C2D-NV8 isn't going to give you the same blazing performance as a Crossfire- or SLI-equipped machine, but at only €1,100 ($1,445), you're also entering a price range that the Alienwares, Voodoos, and XPS's of the world don't even attempt to approach. Still, do

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If you want to join the ranks of the cool kids with one of those nifty DirectX 10 cards for promoting Vista shenanigans, but don't want to sell any vital internal organs to purchase a GeForce 8800 GTX or one of those upcoming ATI R600 cards, then you might be happy to hear that the price of entry i

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While some ATI graphics cards are already doing double duty crunching data for the Folding@home project, they could soon have some competition for the gigaflop crown, with Custom PC reporting that the mighty G80 GPU at the core of NVIDIA\"s new top-end GeForce 8800 graphics card is also capable of fo

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As if the world of high-performance gaming graphics wasn't already out of control, NVIDIA is rumored to be working a their next-gen \"G80\" GeForce 8800 card, which will be liquid cooled, and purportedly chows down on 300 watts of electricity to push its pixels. The news comes our way via [H]ard|OC

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