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Old 29-05-10, 04:39 PM
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new graphics card

okay getting a new gpu not sure should i go for ati for eyefinity or just nvidia (wont be using 3d thing with it cuase heard it hurts ur eyes..), any reason i shouldnt go for ati?

will be getting 3 of these if getting ati

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showpr...id=949&subcat=

what you guys think? should i get ati or nvidia?

is there anything simular to ati eyefinity in nvidia?

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Old 29-05-10, 04:49 PM
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Just make sure you get a pair of GPU's for eyefinity. The FPS falls on its back end if you run it with all the details ect.
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Old 29-05-10, 05:56 PM
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Ok you say Ati but which GPU's specifically from red and green are you thinking about purchasing? You don't want to get a 5750 and try and do eyefinity with three screens. Do you want to run full details? Although Ati has Eyefinity right now Nvidia should be coming out with Stereo(vision?) soon. Depends on budget and what kind of power you want.
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Old 29-05-10, 09:29 PM
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well i got £500 for a new graphics so i was thinking of 480 or the 5970, as dfor details it will be nice to have full details for the amount i spending.... will the setreo vision thing be a firmweare update or release with next gen nvidia gpus?
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Old 31-05-10, 02:36 PM
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It will be in a driver update for sure. I could be wrong but I doubt it. If you go Ati they have Eyefinity versions. They usually just have more GDDR5 ram to handle the extra load. They don't do anything more impressive but give you about the same frames as a regular card but with more monitors.
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