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Old 10-29-2007, 03:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
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New Nvidia GeForce 8800 GT Surprises | Tom's Hardware



It seems that 8800GT outperforms 8800GTS easily and it beats HD2900XT in most cases.
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Nice!
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FAKE!!!!!!!!!!!



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http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/121...ion/index.html
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FAKE!!!!!!!!!!!




LOL LOL

No it is not fake

All the reviews are showing that 8800GT is better than 8800GTS and HD2900XT.

8800GT has 112 stream processors with high clock speed and shader speed. So logically, 8800GT should be much faster than 8800GTS

8800GT is by far the best video card for money. 8800GT is not only better than 8800GTS and HD2900XT in performance, but it is smaller in size, consumer less power, and it overclocks very well
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As MSI has demonstrated already along with experview.
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i froogled it and got pretty much only MSI and PNY brand...
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Those Crysis numbers are highly depressing...
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Those Crysis numbers are highly depressing...
Crysis is ahead of it's time no matter how you look at it. But look at TechSpot's full review of crysis:
Crysis demo performance in-depth - TechSpot
Pretty much only the "Low" setting looks crappy. If you can play medium or higher, you are definitely reaping the benefits of the eye-candy. You simply aren't gratifying yourself knowing that all the settings aren't at "Very High" when you can't really notice a very significant difference between "Very High" and just "High" (besides apparently the water and distant trees). I'm sure this will change once the 9000 series rolls around you just use eVGA's step-up program if possible. Otherwise you'll have to dish out the cash :/
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