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Which 8800GT should I install

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January 7, 2008 11:46:54 PM

They have 4 types of the evga 8800GT to choose from so respond what number should I use
PICK ....................... 1 .............. 2 ............. 3 ............ 4
PRICE .....................330's ......... 310's ........ 290's ...... 260's
GPU Speed ............ 700Mhz ..... 675Mhz ..... 650Mhz ..... 600Mhz
Pixel Pipelines .......... 112 ........... 112 .......... 112 ......... 112
RAMDAC Speed ........ 400 ........... 400 .......... 400 ......... 400
RAM ....................... 512 ........... 512 .......... 512 ......... 512
RAM Type ............... DDR3 ......... DDR3 ........ DDR3 ....... DDR3
RAM Speed ............ 2000Mhz .... 1950Mhz ... 1900Mhz ...1800Mhz
Memory Bandwidth . 64.0 GB/s ... 62.4 GB/s ... 60.8 GB/s . 57.6 GB/s
Max Refresh ............ 240Hz ........ 240Hz ....... 240Hz ...... 240Hz
Max Resolution Ana... 2560x1600 2560x1600 2560x1600 2560x1600
Max Resolution Digital 2560x1600 2560x1600 2560x1600 2560x1600

one of this will be going into my gaming box remember that I will be using aftermarket GPU Cooling should be able to do some overclocking
CASE ..... Sonata III
MOBO .... Abit P35-E
CPU ....... E6750/E8200 (didn't buy yet) @3.0ghz
CPU FAN . Zalman 9700 NT
RAM ....... Corsair DDR2 800 4-4-4-12 @2.1v
GPU ....... Evga 8800GT 512 MB (didn't buy yet)
GPU FAN . Arctic Cooling Accelero S1 + turbo fan kit
GPU H/S . Thermalright's PWM voltage regulator ramsink kit
HD ......... Western Digital 160GB SATA
DVD/CD .. Samsung SATA

tks for help in advance

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January 7, 2008 11:55:52 PM

Given your going to overclock buy #4 and OC it to save the 70 bucks.
January 8, 2008 12:07:01 AM

Ok I see your point think its possible to reach the 700mhz with card #4 do you think it will pass that 700mhz easy or be limited arround that clock
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January 8, 2008 12:50:58 AM

my question is whether evga bins their products... if so, the #4 might not reach #1's performance...
January 8, 2008 1:06:40 AM

There is a big jump in memory from #4 1800mhz to #3 1900mhz is it worth the 30 bucks and better chance at passing the #1 card
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January 8, 2008 1:40:35 AM

Get one of the higher clocked ones and the free game. bfg's have the bigger fan after they upgraded.

YOU, YOURSELF, cannot over clock the shaders, which are upped on the faster cards.
January 8, 2008 3:53:20 PM

get #4 and a nice cooler with what you save, like the thermalright HR-03GT,
install rivatuner & overclock,
You can overclock the shader clock in rivatuner!
January 8, 2008 4:10:09 PM

swifty_morgan said:
Get one of the higher clocked ones and the free game. bfg's have the bigger fan after they upgraded.

YOU, YOURSELF, cannot over clock the shaders, which are upped on the faster cards.


You can overclock shaders just fine on the 8800 using rivatuner... where did you get this wacky idea? (BTW if you're using XP there's a trick to get the Shader OC'ing feature)
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January 8, 2008 4:40:42 PM

Quote:
(BTW if you're using XP there's a trick to get the Shader OC'ing feature)


...and that trick is.....???

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January 8, 2008 5:22:55 PM

msi 8800GTS 730mhz

they are not going to make the evga 700 anymore i am pretty sure those chips are going into a better card?

when you buy the factory oc like an evga you get a higher bin part and you chances of a faster card
January 9, 2008 3:53:11 AM

so should I go with #3 is that the best bet of the list
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