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Old December 22, 2009, 01:15 AM
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sweet.

i wasnt saying go for a 650, i was just saying what you would need at the minimum.
i would have said for future sake to get an 1000 if you could find a good deal on one
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I'm hurt guys. We covered this in the HD 5970 review. ;)

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up to 4% of bottleneck on single cards doing xfire. The faster the cards, it hurts even more...
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I'm hurt guys. We covered this in the HD 5970 review. ;)

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Sorry Skymtl. I just used Bing to search and grabbed an article at random.
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