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7300GT DDR3 vs 6800GS?which one is better?

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August 5, 2006 7:44:41 PM

the 7300GT ddr3 was launch for quite sometime. the 7300gt is just 8pixel pipeline and the 6800 12 pixel pipeline. in some benchmark the 7300gt ddr3 actually pawn the 6800gs. is this true? how is it possible? any comment guys?

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August 5, 2006 8:10:16 PM

The 6800GS is better than the 7300GT, simple. Have fun finding benchmarks that say otherwise.
August 5, 2006 9:42:57 PM

Ya the 6800GS defintely.
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August 5, 2006 9:47:27 PM

6800GS is better card hands down.

DDR3 vs. DDR2 vs. DDR on video card isn't an issue.
August 5, 2006 9:52:11 PM

have a look at this http://www.pcmoddingmy.com/e107_plugins/content/content...

i am sure that the 7300GT DDR2 perform poorly, but this one is the DDR3 version, it comes with 500Mhz core clock and 1400Mhz memory clock.besides that, it cost half the price of 6800GS, and with an added bonus of better overclockability, some 7300GT DDR3 version can be overclock to 620MHz. but at the same time, the 6800GS can be overclock as well.
im really confuse between 6800GS n 7300GT.
August 6, 2006 12:51:26 AM

6800gs definitely.
August 6, 2006 1:00:09 AM

Does a DDR3 version of this exist? I can't even find it on the manufacturer's website. All the versions I've seen are crippled 128MB bus interface versions.
August 6, 2006 1:37:57 AM

I still say 6800GS, no competition.
August 6, 2006 1:44:42 AM

yup, i think it is available in UK and asia only.
August 6, 2006 2:15:27 AM

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the 7300GT ddr3 was launch for quite sometime. the 7300gt is just 8pixel pipeline and the 6800 12 pixel pipeline. in some benchmark the 7300gt ddr3 actually pawn the 6800gs. is this true? how is it possible? any comment guys?


I've been looking for that Inno3D 7300GT for a couple months now. I haven't been able to find it on newegg, pricegrabber, froogle, or even ebay. The Inno3D one is the one to get; the GDDR3 memory is clocked at 1.4GHz, and it uses the same G73 core as the 7600 series. However, four pixel pipelines are locked, and nVidia has laser-cut the core to make sure that you can't unlock them. However, that super-fast memory makes the card very fast. Here's a review of the card that I found.
August 6, 2006 3:05:35 AM

6800GS 8) :lol: 
August 6, 2006 3:27:40 AM

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6800GS 8) :lol: 


It's not that much better. It (6800GS) has 12 pixel pipelines, versus the 7300GT's 8, but the 7300GT has much higher-clocked memory (1.4GHz versus 1GHz). The 7300GT has 22.4GB/s of memory bandwidth, versus the 6800GS' 32GB/s. But if you look at the benchmarks in that review that I linked to, the 7300GT comes close to, if not better than the 6800GS>
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