Originally posted by P.P. Mguire
You cant unlock a 6800GS. I thought that had already been proven.
Man, you need to get off that phone. I said AGP 6800GS, and I thought that it had already been proven that the AGP 6800GS unlocks (after all, thats what this thread is all about, isn't it?)
Originally posted by MADWAD
Flanker - yes, if the pipes are broken you can lock them again. With regards to AGP vs. PCI-E , the PCI-E version has higher clock and memory speeds compared to the AGP version but with unlocking the pipes and OC i'm sure you can get a 6800GS to 6800GT speeds.
I mean AGP 6800GS vs PCI-E 6800GT.
AGP 6800GS (unlocked) = 350MHz Core Speed + 16 pipes.
PCI-E 6800GT = 350MHz Core Speed + 16 pipes.
Exactly the same.
Now the 6800GS has awesome overclocking potential, so a AGP 6800GS, that has been unlocked and overclocked, will be better than a PCI-E 6800GT or maybe even rival the PCI-E 6800GS (which only has 12 pipes).
LONG LIVE AGP!!!