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nVidia 8800 GT x2 help.

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I have a refurbished 8 core, 3.2ghz mac pro with 1 x nVidia 8800 GT 512mb.
I want to get another 8800GT but it seems that there might be a few different versions, so my questions are:
a) does it matter if the two cards are slightly different and if so,
b) How do I find out the exact specs in order to track down another card?
I'm new to macs btw.
thanks in advance
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