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    the best mid range GPU?

    well i was asking myself what u guys thinkis the best mid range ( ~ 100 £ ) GPU without Slim or crossfire?

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    PCI-E? About £132 will get you a 7600GT - is that within your notional reach?

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    well the Nv 7600gt looks nice but it haves slim, i really dont believe i will ever use that. so i am looking for a model with good performance but with no slim support, that will save me some £.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mama Sumae
    well the Nv 7600gt looks nice but it haves slim, i really dont believe i will ever use that. so i am looking for a model with good performance but with no slim support, that will save me some £.
    Do you mean SLI support? There's no such thing as a non-SLI 7600GT. Either way, you can happily run a single card and forget about SLI.

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