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    hat Maximum Overclocker

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    The 9600gt is close to the performance of a 9800gt when overclocked? I just don't see how since the 9800gt has 48 more shaders.
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    9600GT's are damn good clockers, my old Palit with a quick vmod and an AC S1 could hit 875/2200 gpu/shaders (would go to 800/1950 on stock voltage), I left the mem at a light 100MHz OC at 1100...that's from a stock of 650/1750 iirc. They're not that far behind, until you crank up AA and resolutions, then obviously the 8800/9800 will shine through more...but those g94's are sweet little chips for sure.

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    SPEED-
    Part X: 50
    Part y: 110

    Overclock Speed X by 50.
    Part x is now: 100.

    Most times things do get closer to the higher up cards.

    But you can still overclock Part Y ;)
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    hat Maximum Overclocker

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    Yeah, that's what I thought.
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    9600's can come close, but they wont match a 9800.

    Dont forget that for every bit you can OC a 9600, you can OC a 9800 too - easy BIOS volt mods let my 8800GT do 750 core, and at those speeds it was faster than my GTX.
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  6. DreamSeller Guest

    so the 9600 gt beats the 8800 gt ?
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    I tried voltmodding my 9800GT's bios but it didn't work. Every time I ask about it nobody seems to want to tell me how to do it properly.
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  8. InTeL-iNsIdE Guest

    no the 9800gt is a rebadged 8800gt
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    its been so long i can hardly remember... i have notes somewhere. it wasnt hard, used nibitor.
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    Paulieg The Mad Moderator Staff Member

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    No, but when overclocked the 9600gt can come close to the performance of an 8800GT at stock. The 8800GT pulls away by a large margin once it's overclocked.
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    no they don't, if you overclock a 8800GT/9800GT to around 720 its really hard for a 9600GT to keep up, and if your running a cuda or folding app, the 9600GT cannot keep up period vs a stock 8800GT, it would have to be overclocked to nearly 900 mhz and if you overclocked the 8800GT then it wouldn't ever catch up.
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    I guessing good folding card
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