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Old 01-22-2010, 11:25 PM   #201 (permalink)
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I'm becoming more inclined to just bite the bullet and buy a new more powerful psu and get something like a 9800GTX+ or GTS250 I don't think there really isn't much of a difference
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I'm becoming more inclined to just bite the bullet and buy a new more powerful psu and get something like a 9800GTX+ or GTS250 I don't think there really isn't much of a difference
how about a 5770?
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I'm becoming more inclined to just bite the bullet and buy a new more powerful psu and get something like a 9800GTX+ or GTS250 I don't think there really isn't much of a difference
I can assure you there's a difference, but it depends on the resolution you are playing at. My brother has a 8600GTS 512 and I previously owned a 9800GTX+. the 8600GTS struggles (~24fps) with Crysis on 1280x1024 while the 9800GTX+ gets reasonable frame rates on high on 1920x1080 (First build I hooked up to my 60" hdtv.. it was sweet )
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Old 01-23-2010, 01:47 PM   #204 (permalink)
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how about a 5770?
That sounds good I will have to wait until I get a better psu mine is only 400w. But knowing my luck by time I get around to that the GT300s will be out
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Old 01-23-2010, 02:32 PM   #205 (permalink)
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I can assure you there's a difference, but it depends on the resolution you are playing at. My brother has a 8600GTS 512 and I previously owned a 9800GTX+. the 8600GTS struggles (~24fps) with Crysis on 1280x1024 while the 9800GTX+ gets reasonable frame rates on high on 1920x1080 (First build I hooked up to my 60" hdtv.. it was sweet )
between a 8600gts and a 9800gtx+? performance wise there isnt really anything to compare, its pretty clear that a 9800gtx+ would be better.

he wasnt comparing it to an 8600gts, he was comparing it to a gts 250 which you really would not see any major differences between it an a 9800gtx+.
BFG Tech GeForce GTS 250 Graphics Card Review - The GeForce 9800 GTX+ Gets Updated - Legit Reviews
AnandTech: NVIDIA GeForce GTS 250: A Rebadged 9800 GTX+

a 5770 would be better than both of these though, so i agree that would be a good card too.
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Old 01-27-2010, 07:50 PM   #206 (permalink)
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Just had one question. Which card's better?

Nvidia GeForce 9400GT 1GB GDDR2
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XFX GeForce 9600 GSO graphics card - 384MB DDR3, PCI Express 2.0, Dual Link DVI, SLI ready

I know the 9600 GSO is higher up, but the 9600GT has more memory.
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Doesn't matter if it has more GDDR, because it's GDDR2 which makes it slower than GDDR3
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Doesn't matter if it has more GDDR, because it's GDDR2 which makes it slower than GDDR3
So basically, the 2nd one is a lot better than the 1st one?
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Yeah, the GPU performance and the memory performance are both better.

On a side note, that is the good 9600GSO, so I'd pick it up fast.
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Yeah, the GPU performance and the memory performance are both better.

On a side note, that is the good 9600GSO, so I'd pick it up fast.
Does it matter if its used?


Another question: What about the "Nvidia GT120 1GB Video Adapter w/ HDMI Output?" I can't find it on the list...
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