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7 series SLI versus 8 series (No SLI

Discussion in 'Games' started by gamerbyron, Jul 29, 2007.

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  1. gamerbyron

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    :mad: I'm getting really pissed off for the newer games. Some of them requires an Direct X 10 video cards to run it properly. Do you guys think 7900 SLI can run newer games smoothly such as Lost Planet? On my computer I test my system requirements and it failed for recommendations. It says that it requires Dx 10 cards to play smoothly.
     
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    I'm sure you will loose some of the gee wiz graphics not using a DX10 card but so far most game makers have been making games that use either DX9 or DX10. As far as lost planet is concerned here is whats posted on their official forums as supported vid cards.




    the 7900 is showing in that list so it looks like it should work
     
  3. gamerbyron

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    my video card can run lost planet, but not on High settings
     
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    All top 7 series cards work with lost planet. Also, most dx10 games will come out with a dx9 mode, my 7950GT 256mb can run lost planet in high......
     
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