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Nvidia G80 ~ GeForce 8800 GTX, GTS reviews, info

Discussion in 'Nvidia' started by AirRaid, Nov 8, 2006.

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    AirRaid Guest

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    First of One Guest

    First of One, Nov 9, 2006
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  3. and in other news, a car costing $300,000 is discovered to be faster than
    one costing $25000
     
    the dog from that film you saw, Nov 9, 2006
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    Bob Loblaw Guest

    And it also costs about the same. You also need a new Core Duo system to
    take advantage of the card. It's getting quite expensive.

    It's a remarquable DX9 performer but what if it were totally inadequate for
    DX10 games? I'd wait for the ATI R600 to come out and then for the DX10
    benchmarks.
     
    Bob Loblaw, Nov 9, 2006
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    Air Raid Guest

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    deimos Guest

    This is a really stupid comparison as the PS3 is a $600 machine, whereas
    a new 8800 series will run 300-400. The GPU alone can run circles
    around the chopped down NV71/3 based PS3 and Cell.
     
    deimos, Nov 9, 2006
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    Bill Guest

    OTOH, if good games aren't written for the PC, only for game boxes <
    Call of Duty 3 comes to mind > who's going to bother with upgrading
    their video card?

    Bill
     
    Bill, Nov 9, 2006
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    First of One Guest

    This would have been a valid analogy, except the PS3 will be neither
    affordable nor widely available. :p
     
    First of One, Nov 10, 2006
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    No One Guest


    Uuhhh...you better check your 8800 series prices there skippy.
     
    No One, Nov 10, 2006
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    AirRaid Guest


    both deimos' and 'the dog from that film you saw' arguements are
    wrong. the 8800GTX will cost over $600 and the somewhat less powerful
    8800GTS will cost around $500.

    here's why your arguements are bad though -- the PS1 in 1994/1995 and
    the PS2 in 2000 ran circles around the most powerful/expensive PC cards
    of their times in pure performance
    (polygons, pixels, bandwidth).


    but this time, with PS3, it's behind the fastest LAST-gen PC GPUs
    ( 7800, 7900 series, and ATI X1800, X1900 series) not to mention
    being massively outclassed by the G80 and upcoming R600.
     
    AirRaid, Nov 10, 2006
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