BFG GeForce7800GSOC256DDR3 VSGECUBE X1950XT X

Guys need a HUGE opinion from u guys all the pros and cons for each individual really i would appreaciate that..... HINT:

Geforce

Interface: AGP 4X/8X


Chipset Manufacturer: NVIDIA
GPU: GeForce 7800GS
Core clock: 400MHz (vs. 375MHz standard)
PixelPipelines: 16


Memory Clock: 1250MHz (vs.1200MHz standard)
Memory Size: 256MB
Memory Interface: 256-bit
Memory Type: GDDR3


DirectX: DirectX 9
OpenGL: OpenGL 2.0
Interface: AGP 4X/8X


Chipset Manufacturer: NVIDIA
GPU: GeForce 7800GS
Core clock: 400MHz (vs. 375MHz standard)
PixelPipelines: 16


Memory Clock: 1250MHz (vs.1200MHz standard)
Memory Size: 256MB
Memory Interface: 256-bit
Memory Type: GDDR3


DirectX: DirectX 9
OpenGL: OpenGL 2.0


GOCUBE ATI RADEON® X1950XT

Powered by ATI RADEON® X1950XT (90nm) GPU.
A 90-nanometer process GPU, the debut of the unique processing architecture.
256MB of 256-bit (512-bit Internal Ring Bus) GDDR3 memory.
48 parallel pixel pipelines.
Dual DVI (Double Dual Link) + HDTV + HDCP + D-sub (VGA) support.
TEC(Thermal electric Cooler)inside: TEC freezes ASIC by electric controlling, not only fan cools the ASIC
Exclusive X-Turbo Fan
*With X-Turbo fan cooler: Easily to have 648MHz default core clock for 1950XT AGP board and Overdrive to 675MHz ASIC core maximum overclock margin.
*Effective thermal control device : 1950XTX level in core clock (648MHz X1950XTX original core clock) at only about 70°C or more while operating 3D in room temperature environment for reliability.


Ps. I noticed that ge got more memory clock but core in ati is almost double... since im playing lot of cod4, cs etc.... what is your best pick..... cuz ive got geforce in my pc but im thinking about changing it but maybe i could overclock the clock memory and it would be the same.... HELP???? plz
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  1. what's your setup?
    i wouldn't buy either without seeing if your cpu can feed those kinds of cards.
  2. I'd say WAIT.. ATI is releasing the 38xx for AGP soon..

    Here.. "The Best Gaming Graphics: January 2008"

    Best AGP Card For >$200: Wait

    Our former recommendation in this price segment for AGP was the Radeon X1950 XT, the fastest AGP card released to date. Why did we change our recommendation? First, the Radeon X1950 XT is getting harder and harder to find, so it's possible that Gecube isn't making them anymore. Second, there are rumors of a new AGP king on the horizon - it looks like there's an AGP version of the Radeon 38x0 series in the works!

    If you're going to spend more than $200 on an AGP card, you owe it to yourself to hold off a bit and see if the Radeon 3850 will be gracing the AGP bus in the near future.
  3. I still use the 7800 bfg its a real good card not the fastest card but its is stable and oc's very well I'm at 473 core speed and 1325 memory, but what I've seen is the 1950 is doing better than the bfg.
    Games bf2142 all med except one setting is low good game play with an 805 cpu and 1 gig of xmsddr memory.
  4. if you want a card NOW, i'd say go x1950xt, but like other guy said just wait. AMD should be releasing their 38xx AGP right before they release the 3870x2 for us pci-e people.
  5. DO YOU GUYS KNOW EXACTLY WHEN THEY ARE GOING TO RELEASE THE SAPPHIRE ON AGP???? I HEARD IT SHOULD BE BEGINNING OF JANUARY AND I DONT SEE ANYTHING YET.... WHAT IS GOING ON???
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