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Old August 13, 2011, 03:18 PM
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Sometimes certain cards are selling at very good prices, when that is the case 2 lesser cards are often the best bang for buck. That said I think for the most part you are better off getting a better single card that will do what you want on its own. This way you avoid any SLI/Xfire problems, and if you have your rig for a while you get the option of upgrading to SLI/Crossfire on the more powerful card down the road (if it becomes required....or wanted). The exception to this often being the flagship card in a lineup that you pay a premium for (and is often a dual GPU single card, which can get you back into some scaling issues).
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