[H]ard|OCP believes firmly that there can never be too much power, hence their review of a system with a pair of GeForce GTX 295s set up in Quad SLI.  The installation was a snap, they had none of the problems that plagued SLI set up in previous generations, problems which slowed the adoption of multiple graphics cards.  If you can manage to provide the $1000 and 290W to your graphics cards, you will be playing games at 2560×1600 with every option maxed out and still have no frame rate issues.   The problem is that you can pretty much do that with a single GTX 295, making it hard to justify spending twice as much for only a small improvement.  If you are a fan of GTA on the PC, you shouldn’t even consider Quad SLI or CrossfireX.

“We take a close look at gameplay performance with the GeForce GTX 295 Quad SLI and compare it to Radeon HD 4870 X2 CrossFireX. The results may surprise you and make you question whether Quad SLI or CrossFireX are worth investing in for gaming at this time. You will want to see what happened with GTA4.”

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