gfx suck on medium gaming rig
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Join Date: Dec 2007
07-26-2010, 04:29 PM
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here's your problem...
8800GT in SLI is not even close to an 8800GTX
just spend 160£ and get a gtx 460 or a bit more on a 465
460 @ £160-185+ can get the 768MB version (192 bit), the 1GB version (256 bit) is better @ higher a res but will cost more £180-210+.
The 8800GT is a great card so is the 8800GTX and 460 . I get 30+ ground / 45+ space FPS @ 1680*1050 max setting, using my 8800GT (in my sig). I'm looking at getting a 460 (dual chip on one card would be nice), I got £300 set a side, for a new GFX upgrade to complete this rig.
Stepping down the res to 1440*900 with my 8800GT
I get up to 80+ in space
I get up to 60+ ground missions
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The GTS250 uses the G92 just like the 8800GT/9800GT.
In the end, Nvidia has taken its time, but offers an exceptional card with the GeForce 8800GT Compare Prices on GeForce 8800GT Video Cards. For about $230 it nearly displays the power of a GeForce 8800GTX (under 3%) twice as expensive, with the only downside being a slightly lower memory capacity (512 MB instead of 768 MB) and a bandwidth 10% lower than that of a GeForce 8800GTS. However, in games, the latter is usually outperformed by 30% without filters (using the 320 MB version) by the GeForce 8800GT and the GTX is only 12% higher. We have to say that the transition to the 65 nm process meant the arrival of more than just a couple of G92 on a wafer. By the way, this chip boasts 754 million transistors. It's small, consumes less than a GeForce 8800GTS 320 MB, and the 8800GT is also quite silent despite its single slot cooling system.