It depends. Though in most cases right now, 4870x2 is the king. But if you take the price into consideration... :eyemove:I think GeForce is better than ATi.
Well it would at least have to be around March, is that better?It depends. Though in most cases right now, 4870x2 is the king. But if you take the price into consideration... :eyemove:
If you would've said now instead of 6months from now, we could've had a huge debate going on. But seriously, no ones knows what will happen 6 months from now. If anyone could, I'd hire them to be personal stock market analyst :lol:
Am I wrong or isn't there much difference between an 8800 and a 9800?well ther are plenty 8800gt's for $100 lying around if you know where to look
The GeForce 8800GT and GeForce 9800GT, for all performance intents, are the same card. Some GeForce 9800GTs are 55nm versus the GeForce 8800GT being 65nm, but that won't make a world of difference in overclocking nor temperatures. The GeForce 9800GT can also do tri-SLi (the GeForce 8800GT cannot).Am I wrong or isn't there much difference between an 8800 and a 9800?
And about how much of a boost would I get in a game from an 8600gt to an 8800gt?
Something else has to be off there. The G92 of the GeForce 8800GT is still superior to the G80 of the GeForce 8800GTX. The latter is simply still faster due to more brute strength. The die shrink matters not for performance. The 8800GT falls between the GeForce 8800GTS (G80 version) and the GeForce 8800GTX, but is closer to the latter.My 8800GTX runs nVidia's Medusa demo really well, like butter throughout most of it, with only very slight slowdowns in more intense scenes. In contrast, on a friend's 9800GT (before die shrink = 8800GT), the whole thing is practically a slideshow.