Originally Posted by trt740
That must be a sli set up and it won't report it as sli unless you post it no way is that a single 8800 gts . It a 8800 gtx ultra can barely do that at 3.6ghz max oced. I not blind you need to stop hitting the pipe.
Here is an example of my card against what looks like a single 8800 gts 640 but there is no way it is, it's sli and you won't know it unless the person benching it lets you know http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm06=2987467
> so are you going to tell me a single 8800 gts can hit 19000 plus just because it is listed that way doesn't make it correct. If you want the best card for they money at the top end it's a 8800 gtx non ultra or if you wait a 8800 gt but underneath that it is neck and neck. I was thinking of selling my 2900 xt 1 gig ddr4 at one time but I can't tell any difference from it to my old 8800gtx or 8800 gts really. It would be kinda like trading a piece of chocolate cake for the same cake with sprinkles. Who know everyone has his price and the 2900 series is said to be at only 80 percent of it's potential. I don't know but for now i'm going to keep it. If you have a 8800 gts 640 mb it would be plain stupid to get a 2900 xt, a 8800 gtx would be more like it. If you can get a 2900 pro cheaper than a 8800 gts 640 buy it but don't ever buy a 8800 gts 320 thinking it is better than any of the cards above it. It is not but it is still very very good. It will play everything out almost maxed. here are the best deals I could find http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814102707 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814122022 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814122018
. I have to say for the price ?performance the 8800 gts 320 is the best then the PRO. However the 2900 pro when overclocked will kill it.