One core or two core, the GPU is in question

Subject: Graphics Cards | July 26, 2006 - 01:02 PM |
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TechPowerUp! pits the GeForce 7900GTX against the 7950GX2. While this might seem unfair at first, it lets them show what difference a second core makes, even if that second core is running slightly slower than it's single core competitor.

"The GeForce 7950GX2 is NVIDIA's current high-end offering. While this card is based on the GeForce

7900GX2 used in Quad SLI systems, the 7950GX2 is just as long as a 7900GTX and currently meant to be

used as a single card, replacing the 7900GTX. It offers a great performance boost while currently

costing just about as much as the 7900GTX at launch. We run it through the benchmarks, to see what the

card will deliver."

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