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8800 GTS 512MB and 8800GT 512MB Overclocking

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December 6, 2007 12:00:02 AM

Do you mean the 8800GTS? Yeah the 8800GT is strong, but the 8800GTS at 720mhz is pretty crazy.
December 6, 2007 1:24:51 AM

Evilonigiri said:
Do you mean the 8800GTS? Yeah the 8800GT is strong, but the 8800GTS at 720mhz is pretty crazy.


Sorry, i was actually commenting on the OCing performance that it can actually in most cases out do a stock card thats in a higher price bracket that just been released.
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December 6, 2007 4:24:35 AM

I wonder if an OCed GTS will beat out a GTX.
December 6, 2007 11:04:05 AM

I think their 3dmark06 scores are kind of low. I have basically the same setup as they do, but with a dual core instead of quad, and DDR2 memory instead of DDR3... and i get almost 11k with 3dmark06 and a stock eVGA 8800GT 600/900.
December 6, 2007 9:32:52 PM

pchoi04 said:
I wonder if an OCed GTS will beat out a GTX.


I really think that stock the GTS would give the GTX a run for its money in most benchies... considering the GT beats it in some areas.
December 6, 2007 10:42:45 PM

An OCed GTS will surpass the GTX, and (most likely) the Ultra.
December 6, 2007 11:59:34 PM

In addition, I know the 8800GT is a smoker...my brother just picked up an EVGA Superclocked. However, I wouldn't call out all the stops based upon tweaktown's review...we have to keep in mind that this isn't an official card, and neither are the drivers.

Also, I didn't read the article too thoroughly, but it seems that all the tests were done without filtering turned on. On the last page, they flip on filtering and the GTS pulls ahead by a good margin. I dunno about you guys, but enabled filtering is one of the main reasons I buy a card.
December 7, 2007 1:51:05 AM

Yeah... I'll probably jump on this card... I dont care about Crysis and I want to be able to enjoy my games now. Tired of waiting for the next big thing.
December 7, 2007 2:25:47 AM

I'm looking to buy as soon as the Q9450 is released. Whatever is out (and obtainable) by that time is what I'm going to get. The 512 GT is a very nice card, and I'd be happy with one of those, all things considered. However, if a 1 gig GTS is out by then, I'd be strongly tempted. We'll see....
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