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    This is interesting....dual core 6600GT

    Albeit flawed.



    Gigabyte dual core 6600GT.

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    is that genuine or some clever photo editing?

    think of that in SLI, i thought single core NVidia PCBS were big enough!
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    Why do you say it is flawed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Platinum
    Why do you say it is flawed?
    It only works with Gigabyte motherboards.

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    Heres a review ( http://www.ocworkbench.com/2004/gigabyte/gv-3d1/g1.htm ), currently unknown if 2 of these cards card be used in SLI.

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    This has allready been disscused i think......David said something about them being able to be used in a sli config.....



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