Discussion in 'NVIDIA' started by Slash Beast, Dec 28, 2009.
Which is smaller the GT or the GTX? Are the differences between performance very big?
The gt's are smaller if i'm correct. And yes, the performance is indeed big, hence the price too!
go with the 9800gtx + you wont be disappointed make sure u get the + version as they run cooler and oc better
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Well the GTXs won't fit in my case, they're way too thick. That's why I'm thinking about the GT.
So get the gt then, its a good card if you can find it a good price. Just get those with aftermarket coolers on, cause they tend to be "ovens".
the GTX+ is alittle longer by about an inch and is about same performance as a 4850 and the GT is about same performance for a 4830
what case you putting it in?
gtx is 10.5 inches gt is 9
Looking at your case and from experience a 9800GT will be a tight fit. Not length wise but because a 9800GTX is two slots wide. Your case is a reverse ATX and the card will not be facing down, but up and it won't fit because of the heatsink. What you could do is get a cheap basic case and you could get the 9800GTX.
or get a single slot 9800gt like an XFX one is cool and quiet
Single slot is still quite difficult to fit in those cases. I've tried and the card was bending backwards.
The new MSI NGTS250 is prefect for you, there is a single-slot one with a small cooler. Only 9.5 inches.
wow you just beat me
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