Well, that's the problem with the 9800 GX2 in quad SLI though. It doesn't offer much more than 10 to 20% performance over a single 9800 GX2. If even that. Performance stats for it have proven that there's no benefit to having quad SLI with 9800 GX2s yet. And I say this as a person with a 9800 GX2. They just don't scale well at the moment. Maybe in a few driver revisions... =PLocAndLoad said:GPU: 2x eVGA e-GeForce 9800GX2 SSC @ 1MB Each
Oh, and as for Crysis, I can play on high, but it's still pretty bad FPS (Like 40-50)
Hah, I just have fun with it. I'm like a budget shopper... I wait, sneak around for the best deals on hardware than build/upgrade PCs.TheRedRaptor said:You must get high on Ozone Preyfar. You take your computing seriously.
LocAndLoad said:Oh, and as for Crysis, I can play on high, but it's still pretty bad FPS (Like 40-50)
Preyfar said:I could put together a PC for $1,000 flat that'd eat Crysis alive. And easily so. =P I want to so bad, too, but I've got nobody to sell it to if I made it. Heh heh.
Intel E8400 or Q6600 (Both are $200)So what parts would you put in it?