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|29th November 2004, 04:58||#1|
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NVIDIA's SLI - 6600 GT Performance and Conclusion
If you've been following our SLI article series, you'll have seen the intro and 6800 Ultra performance, and 6800 GT performance articles. That leaves one loose end to tie up in terms of SLI performance; 6600 GT. Today's article will wrap everything up, examining the cheapest of the SLI card pairs and digging deeper into the question of price-performance to check if SLI is worth investing in from a value-for-money point of view.
I'll then briefly touch on the PSU requirements for SLI using a few PSUs at my disposal, before using my crystal ball to predict the availability of the parts you'll need for SLI, should you decide it's a route you wish to take.
Opteron 165 (2) @2.85 1.42 vcore AMD Stock HSF + Chill Vent II
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