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9800 Pro or 6600GT

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by dzeee, Mar 27, 2005.

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    Get the 6600GT. Although I'm an ATI fen, i think the GT would be better choice.
     
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    6600GT is MUCH better
     
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    MUCH better if playing without AA and AF turned on. ;)
     
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    The 6600GT is so much faster that its 128 bit memory bus doesnt really matter. It has GDDR3!!
     
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    I sat on the fence with this one for a bit and I am happy I went with my 9800Pro(now an XT) tho I do think the next gen technology has its advantages
     
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    Get the X800XL if you can spen that.
    If your budget is around the 250, go for the 6800LE
     
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    Thx for the opinions Im gonna get the 6600GT. for like £115 i cant say no. Now i just have to get a better processor for my benchmarks to really improve!
    currently on about 1700 03 3dmark :mad:
     
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    A 3000+ 64bits AMD will do.
    Take with that a nice ASUS mobo deluxe, and you're on your way.
    (with 400MHZ ram ofc)
    If you buy new ram, go to a shop and buy the value select 2X512, chances are to almost an 100% that it will be indenticals (Twinx). Good for dual channel:)
    Then buy some cheap passive ram-cooling.

    My bro got a +3200, went from 2.0GHZ to 2.5GHZ stable (increased volt to 1.7,ram to 2.7, stock cooling) I wanted to go higher, but my bro was afraid:p

    My guess is he could have taken it to 2.7, but that was pushing it + shortening the live of the CPU drastic.

    But a +3000 should be able to run@2.1/2.2GHZ without a prob.
     

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