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Old 02-08-2008, 03:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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8800GS 384MB at stock speeds is faster than HD3850 256MB

8800GS 384MB and 768MB gets higher FPS than 8800GT 256MB if you play games at high settings

8800GS 768MB performs better than HD3850 512MB

8800GS 384MB does outperform HD3850 512MB, if you omit the low FPS scores
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not bad! only $179 too...
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Not a bad card. still GT I think is a better choice, but good budget card
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Yeah I saw this review a little while ago...very nice...I think Nvidia have taken back the budget performance crown.
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Yeah I saw this review a little while ago...very nice...I think Nvidia have taken back the budget performance crown.
no offense, I don't think ATI ever had it, or at least not for a very negligible amount of time (*cough* 2900PRO *cough*)
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IMO the 3850 pro had it. At least here in the UK...the 3850pro 512mb cost me 115 quid shipped and plays everything I know of very smoothly, full details, slider all the way on quality @ 1680x1050 + 8xAA 16xAF

Not to mention it's an overclocking monster.
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I agree, thats the hd3850 right there ^^

but its going to go soon, but when I upgrade, I may get this or the hd3850, because I'll need to squeeze my budget
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If you are going to upgrade soon then I'd get the 8800GS. There's no doubt that the 3850pro is a kickin card, but this 8800GS seems to beat it by a good margine stock vs stock, and the 8800GS looks like it overclocks nicely too.

With a simple vmod the 3850pro can hit 900+ core on the stock cooler...whether that beats a 8800GS @ 750ish core (rough estimate of max on stock vcore and cooler as I don't think you can pencil mod it) is unknown to me.
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If you are going to upgrade soon then I'd get the 8800GS. There's no doubt that the 3850pro is a kickin card, but this 8800GS seems to beat it by a good margine stock vs stock, and the 8800GS looks like it overclocks nicely too.

With a simple vmod the 3850pro can hit 900+ core on the stock cooler...whether that beats a 8800GS @ 750ish core (rough estimate of max on stock vcore and cooler as I don't think you can pencil mod it) is unknown to me.
dude your a moderator you can't bypass Language Filters!!

but I agree with you, too bad I suck with volt mods!!

is the Volt Mod the reason why you got 14k? because usually the max I see with an hd3850 is like 11k 3dmark06 marks
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Wait, what? I just reread what I said and I can't find anything off in it?


Anyway yeah I voltmodded and scored 15,488 in 3dmark06...
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