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Witch is better to run 2 7400 nvidia cards or 1 8400 nvidia card i know they both stink but all i have for now

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  • 5fdp Nov 04, 2008

    Cool that is what i was thinking but wanted to double check before swapping everything out

    thank you much
    CHEERS cheers


  • 5fdp Nov 04, 2008

    cool they are 7600 instead of 7400 i know still lame but will work for now

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If you go for a better gaming, then go for 2 7400.... or you can choose the other one for low cost...

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If you CAN run two of the GeForce 7400's, (meaning you can slot both of them in PCI Express), then yes, that would be faster than a single GeForce 8400. You'd be running them in parallel, using what Nvidia calls "SLI Technology", and two GPU's will be faster than the one, at least in this case.

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Do you want to overclock the 5700 ultra? Its a old card and the performance wont get much better, instead I would suggest upgrading the video card to a newer one or the whole computer.

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It is a toss-up , six ppl love ati , six love nvidia. I personally am a gamer, i run 2 nvidia 8600's (256m each). This is a personal preference.
My advise to you is look at the system requirements of your games you have or want to buy and see what video card they are optimised for, buy that one , but go a little beyond the specifications needed for the game as you dont want to upgrade again soon.
also take note if your PC has a 2x , 4x , or 8x agp bus. this will determine how much of an 8x card you can use in your system. for example , if you have an 4x AGP slot on your computer and install a 8x card, the card will run at 4x.
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I have had a lot of luck with nvidias' albatross 6600 GT 128Meg agp 4x card. i replaced it with a newer ATI x1200 256meg agp 8x and it only ran about two thirds as fast as the nvidia card with twice the bandwitdh.
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Hope this helps in the decisiond making.
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