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    Computex 2007: WORLD EXCLUSIVE: GeCUBE Dual 2600 GEMINI2

    Even though Computex 2007 has yet to start, we're already bringing you the very latest as Willy Deeplung pulls yet another exclusive bean out of the tin.

    This time it's the first ever showing of GeCUBE's new Dual 2600 GEMINI2 graphics card.

    Check it out in this Computex 2007 World Exclusive Bean.
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    "OH OOOOHH oOOHHHHHHHOOHHHHHHH FILL ME WITH YOUR.... eeww not the stuff from the lab"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick View Post
    we're already bringing you the very latest as Willy Deeplung pulls yet another exclusive bean out of the tin.[/URL].

    surely willy is in the wrong profession feel he has potential for porn star with that name


    another nice snippit of info keep it up guys


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    Good to know what will be the next two GPU on one board system to fail economically. Can't believe they are still making them in the midrange.

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    Any word on a quad-crossfire driver yet? Would be a nice setup... *drool*

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbouk View Post
    Any word on a quad-crossfire driver yet? Would be a nice setup... *drool*
    I fail to see the point of these products as a whole, I've had both CrossFire and SLI setups (my X1900's lasted 3 whole days before I swapped them for a 7950GX2, which was marginally better but not much) and since I tend to play more niche games, particularly racing sims, I would find performance was generally worse than a single card.

    At least when you have a fast card from the outset then when multi-GPU support lets you down you still have a fast card to fall back to.
    Going for two slow GPUs on a single board doesn't make sense to me. Its not going to be especially cheap nor especially good.

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    Dual cards are something the masses can understand.

    Try explaining exactly why a 8800 is worth twice the price of a 8600 to your average consumer and you'll just get a glazed look.

    Saying a card is actually a double card and has two lots of everything and they understand much better.

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