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ASUSEN7900GTX
12-02-07, 03:53 AM
this computer is except graphics one hell of a computer for gaming and other stuff too but if it ever hits Sweden it will be very expensive

http://anandtech.com/systems/showdoc.aspx?i=3094&p=4

thatīs the link to the review of it

i did a calulation and tyhe SEK price tag would be 35086SEK that is one hell of a expensive PC

sammy sung
12-02-07, 09:21 AM
this computer is except graphics one hell of a computer for gaming and other stuff too but if it ever hits Sweden it will be very expensive

http://anandtech.com/systems/showdoc.aspx?i=3094&p=4

thatīs the link to the review of it

i did a calulation and tyhe SEK price tag would be 35086SEK that is one hell of a expensive PC

I would never buy anything that has 2x2900 ati cards in it,or a striker board now when it looks like the 680i will not be able to run the new 45nm quads.Thats is really crap value for money tbh.

"Where we have results from the Dell XPS 720 H2C, it often performs better than the Blackbird 002. While the graphics subsystem in the Blackbird is probably more expensive, the added DDR4 memory really doesn't seem to matter much. S.T.A.L.K.E.R., Company of Heroes, and Far Cry in particular have the SLI setup performing much better than the CrossFire configuration, and testing with older versions of Quake 4 indicates that NVIDIA continues to hold an advantage in that title, particularly under Windows Vista."

ASUSEN7900GTX
12-02-07, 09:44 AM
yeah i didnīt like the crossfire either rather something better but other than that it seemed to be a monster the Cpu HDDīs and other stuff was really great but graphics 2x 9800GTX perhaps?