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[HELP] Please.......Better? Evga 9600GT SSC VS XFX 8800GS ??????

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September 26, 2008 8:23:12 PM

Hey

I dont know which video card to buy please help me to select a nice video card to play my FSX game
My Spech

Dimension E521
AMD Athlon 64x2 5600 2.8GHZ
2GB RAM Upgrade to 4GB
BGF 8600Gt OC 256MB
Hercules 500w Power Supply
And I Have A Cooling Fan On The Back Of It

Which Video Card Ya Recommend Me PLEASE HELP ME



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September 26, 2008 8:29:25 PM

Neither, get an 8800GT/GTS or go higher and get a HD3850.

If you can't do that, for for the 8800GS I believe.
September 26, 2008 8:31:09 PM

metalweenis said:
Neither, get an 8800GT/GTS or go higher and get a HD3850.

If you can't do that, for for the 8800GS I believe.


You mean 4850? 3850 is below 8800gs/9600gt.

And a factory oced 9600gt is faster than stock 8800gs. Although 8800gs has more oc headroom, and you can always oc manually.
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September 26, 2008 8:37:58 PM

In most cases the 9600GT is faster. The 9600GSO is the same as the 8800GS (just renamed really) and right now you can probably get them cheaper thanks to competition from the 4670. If you can afford to spend a few more bucks though, spring for an 8800GT.
September 26, 2008 8:53:55 PM

The 9600GT SSC will rape that 8800GS. the 9600GT is a re-branded 8800GT just 5% slower.

Go for the 9600GT regular edition and save some bucks, no need for SC or SSC editions.
It would be better to get the 8800GTS 512Mbs though as it will save you money and its faster. Its basically an improved 8800GT.
September 26, 2008 8:59:39 PM

slim142 said:
The 9600GT SSC will rape that 8800GS. the 9600GT is a re-branded 8800GT just 5% slower.

Go for the 9600GT regular edition and save some bucks, no need for SC or SSC editions.
It would be better to get the 8800GTS 512Mbs though as it will save you money and its faster. Its basically an improved 8800GT.


No offense, but you're full of it. 9600gt's g94 core with 64 stream processors is exactly half of 8800gts's g92 core with 128 stream processors, and a little more than half of 8800gt's g92 core with 112 processors (16 disabled). It does run at higher stock clock, but this also limits overclocking headroom, and gap in performance is big. How is it a rebranded 8800gt? They run on completely different gpus (g92-g94).
September 27, 2008 1:03:37 AM

Hey
I bought just a minute ago an Evga 8800gt 512mb Core Clock – 650MHZ

Stream Processors – 112

Memory Clock – 1900MHZ

Memory Size - 512MB

That Will Help My Pc To Play FSX?????????????????????????????
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