Originally Posted by Redmumba
The X600 is below both. The 6600 and the X700 are not really that close in performance... there's a fair difference that justifies getting the X700 over the 6600, at least when...
that's really awesome too although i wonder how much of a difference switch to chipset graphics would make, since i thought discrete graphics will downclock, etc themselves when not on load, just like cpus
if you like how the screen looks, be happy. lol. some people dont like brightview, so if you like your screen and it happens that they didnt install brightview even though you ordered it(unlikely), maybe its all for the better anyway
its pci-e, btw, but anyway, i suggest just running nvidia drivers unless theres some reason not to. If you just want those 2 extra unnoticable fps, then just try out dna's or omega's drivers (in that order) and see what works for you.
a good 400watt power supply should be good for most setups, however the thing you gotta look out for is that many manufactors will massively over-rate their power supply so that a 400watt power supply only spits out like half of that...