The GoldFish wrote:Seriously though, the 1900XTX is the fastest. It's also incredibly noisy, (and has a high power consumption, but no one really cares as your PSU will prolly kick it's ass anyway). If noise doesn't bother you, carry on.
And if it does, thats the whole reason after market coolers exsist.
The GoldFish wrote: This highend market usually flips from ATi to nVidia and nVidia to ATI every few months (except on the occasions where nVidia or ATI have screwed up and missed a beat, eg 5 series and X###).
Quite. For the moment, nVidia have really dropped the ball (and lost their marbles to. WTF is the point of Quad-SLi other than to try hide the fact that the 1900 range blows away the 7900 range?)
The GoldFish wrote: I would probably never consider spending 300 pounds on a graphics card.
Also, crossfire 1900 XTX master cards don't exist.
Neither would I. £300 is quite a hefty amount to be outdated in the future. However, there are people out there who would. Insane lot!
Finally, Kiri-Kin-Tha's First Law of Metaphysics states that "Nothing unreal exists". I do belive we can currently apply that to the 1900 XTX Master cards