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8800GT or 320mb 8800GTS ??? . . .

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November 7, 2007 9:21:48 PM

hey guys I was wondering which is "better" . . I have a 320mb 8800GTS and after reading the review on tomshardware saying that the 8800GT actually out performs it, I'm trying to see which of the two is truly better . . I'm thinking of selling my 8800GTS to a friend and get the 8800GT . . . any thoughts? thanks for the help.




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a b Î Nvidia
November 7, 2007 9:38:16 PM

The GF8800GT is better than the GTS in like 99.44% of situations.
November 7, 2007 9:39:20 PM

Yup sell sell sell!!!!!
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November 7, 2007 9:39:32 PM

The 8800 GT is smoking the 8800 GTS 320 and 640 MB. It's close to the 8800 GTX in alot of benchmarks. I just got mine and am loving it. The card runs quiet and cool if you use RivaTuner to tweak the fan settings. I got the MSI 8800 GT and clocked it to 700/1000.
November 7, 2007 11:24:39 PM

great! . . now I'm really gonna sell it so i can get a GT . . ah if only prices werent so high . . o well i guess its not tooo bad . . thanks everyone
November 7, 2007 11:53:07 PM

Prices aren't bad at all. You get near GTX performance for half the price. That's a bargain. Jump on it. SLI it if you can.
November 8, 2007 12:21:51 AM

The 8800GT almost ='s a 8800GTX, so forget about the old GTS 320MB.
a b Î Nvidia
November 8, 2007 12:23:00 AM

Prices are terrible!

There's a GT shortage, so on many e-tailers, instead of the expected $200-250 price the GT-512 is selling at $260-300+

It's still a value in the context of a GTS-320 @ $270 2 weeks ago, but compared to where the GT was supposed to be priced, and was initially, it's overpriced in most locations right now.

So you can pay less than $250, but usually that's for a "not in stock ETA 2-8 weeks" purchase.
November 9, 2007 12:57:39 AM

No need to upgrade from a GTS 320 to a GT, unless you are getting fairly close in $ for the Gts as you would pay for the Gt.
November 9, 2007 1:10:12 AM

I bought the Asus EN8800gt 512 and love it. Rocks my system. Comes stock clock with great utilities to OC on demand, control fan speeds, monitor temps ect.. Everythign you need from ASUS.
November 9, 2007 1:20:15 AM

smokedyou911 said:
No need to upgrade from a GTS 320 to a GT, unless you are getting fairly close in $ for the Gts as you would pay for the Gt.

What he said.
November 9, 2007 2:05:38 AM

smokedyou911 said:
No need to upgrade from a GTS 320 to a GT, unless you are getting fairly close in $ for the Gts as you would pay for the Gt.
What they said....

Yeah the GT is better but it ain't THAT much better. I've got a GTS320 and I'd do it for $50-75. If upgrading cost over $100 it wouldn't be worth it IMHO.

New cards are coming out fairly soon BTW....you might want to wait.
November 10, 2007 7:10:54 PM

yea in the end (after sellin the 320gts) ill be spending about 50 dollars . . which isnt bad i guess . .
but its gonna be hard tryin to find a evga SSC Gt . . gonna keep lookin though
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