ATI leads Nvidia in GPU price/performance across the board

Markham (Ontario) - In the first test results compiled using Tom's Hardware Guide tests of relative graphics card performance, and average sale prices sampled yesterday by PriceGrabber, ATI-brand graphics cards led Nvidia across the board, with a few noteworthy exceptions. In our new projected price/performance curve for GPUs, ATI takes the lead in both the value and premium segments.

http://www.tgdaily.com/2006/08/23/ati_leads_nvidia_in_gpu_price-performance/
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  1. Does anyone know why the 7900GT has a better performance rating than the 7900GTX? The 7800GT/X also has this trend, anyone know the reason for this? As well, the X800XL is way overprice on that page, I like I'm Canada and I can get the X800XL at my local CanadaComputers for 129.99 CAD.
  2. and this is in the memory forums because.......
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    Does anyone know why the 7900GT has a better performance rating than the 7900GTX?.


    I believe that it is an error.

    http://www.tomshardware.com/2006/07/17/summer_2006_geforce_7_graphics_gear/

    Tom's review clearly indicates that the 7900GTX performs at a higher level. Tom’s has been struggling recently in its graphic card review & data QC process. Data has been late & often inaccurate. I am hoping that they can get their act together. :(
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    and this is in the memory forums because.......

    It happens more than you'd expect around here.

    Posting a topic from a THG article defaults to the memory forum ... or something like that.

    More discussion on this topic exists elsewhere, but I can't find it at the moment.
    It's probably in Home->Hardware->Memory :lol:
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