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8800gts vs 2900 pro all tests made by me

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#26
Thank you for finaly saying it.
Lol, I can say it, because I am not a fan boy. I am not a brand loyalist, I choose the best price/performance ratio and go with it.

It's also true that I gave less for my pro than I would have buying an 8800. On top of that, I have the added RAM so when the big boys come out, I will have the ram and bandwidth to play it.

I think that V-Zero is a tad touchy on this subject.
 
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I think that V-Zero is a tad touchy on this subject.
Sadly that is not the case. Currently I do not own a 2900 or 8800 series part. I have built systems around them, and quite like both - I have no brand loyalty because I'm not an idiot.

What I don't like is when people who are wrong keep contradicting me, which you are making a habit of.
 

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Sadly that is not the case. Currently I do not own a 2900 or 8800 series part. I have built systems around them, and quite like both - I have no brand loyalty because I'm not an idiot.

What I don't like is when people who are wrong keep contradicting me, which you are making a habit of.
Well, you are going to have to deal with it, because I am stating a fact. The 8800GTS 320mb can't keep up when the CPU speed rises.
 

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But it's obvious that the 8800GTS wins with a lesser powered CPU, but when you get higher clock speeds, then the 2900 pro wins out.
So then, where is this bench you speak of, I didn't see him switch out the CPU to show a bench in favor of the 2900 pro.

And, so you don't call me fanboy also, you should know that I currently run a system consisting of AMD and ATI. ;) I go with the market flow, and as things stand, my next system will be Intel/Nvidia.
 
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Ok, F.E.A.R.

Stock speeds, CPU@ 3285MHZ



Now, thats not that much further ahead of his CPU and the only thing that out scores me is the min FPS, otherwise I bash. TRT shows that in 06 it outscores it big time.

Let me see if I can come up with more examples.
 
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From where I'm standing, let's call it the Enlightened Pedestall or EP for short, I can see two things. There's a battery of evidence that suggests the 8800gts is a damn good match for the 2900pro on one side, and on the other side there is a man - apparently made mostly from faeces - who claims the 8800 to be performing magic at lower CPU speeds.
I just happen to choose the side that doesn't involve magic and poo.

Now, because it's past 3am in the UK, I'm going to bed. If I find upon waking that you have supplied sufficient evidence to support your alternative hypothesis then I will have to give this more thought.

I hope you understand that this is all meant in good humour, and that I don't actually think you are made from, or full of shit.
 
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This is actually one of the better reviews I've seen, very thourough, and enlightening. you've all forgotten that the 8800gts was the competitor for the 2900xt and the pro seems to be doing pretty well against a stock oced 320mb. the 2900pro is cheaper than the 8800gts and actually beats the gts in several tests. overall pretty good. now the reall event will be the 8800gt and new gts vs the 2950/3870/fricken off the wall naming scheme by amd card. lol
 

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so many ppl claimed that the 3.2 ghz core 2 duo cpu is not enough for this 2900 pro

but u are totaly wrong

while cpu increase both card scores increase not only the 2900 pro

if i had a quad core 4 ghz of course my 8800gts would take around 14 k scores at 3d mark 2006


like this one took

http://img.techpowerup.org/071021/3dmark06.jpg


and u think that quad core would boost up alot 2900 pro

i know how many game could u use quad core very well

atm i can say very few of them

since almost none of the games, still cant use my dual core cpu more than %90 ^^
 
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Nah, were just saying that the higher you CPU clock, the Higher you can overclock the HD2900 Pro.
 

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Nah, were just saying that the higher you CPU clock, the Higher you can overclock the HD2900 Pro.
Yes... u right man.... I got nice boost at 3.8Ghz on HD2900 X-Fire Mode.... It's help me to Max my HD2900 OC.... Over All.... HD2900 is nice card when u have nice OC CPU...
 
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Yes... u right man.... I got nice boost at 3.8Ghz on HD2900 X-Fire Mode.... I help me to Max my HD2900 OC.... Over All.... HD2900 is nice card when u have nice OC CPU...
Thank you:)
 

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so many ppl claimed that the 3.2 ghz core 2 duo cpu is not enough for this 2900 pro

but u are totaly wrong

while cpu increase both card scores increase not only the 2900 pro

if i had a quad core 4 ghz of course my 8800gts would take around 14 k scores at 3d mark 2006


like this one took

http://img.techpowerup.org/071021/3dmark06.jpg


and u think that quad core would boost up alot 2900 pro

i know how many game could u use quad core very well

atm i can say very few of them

since almost none of the games, still cant use my dual core cpu more than %90 ^^

I will say game start in 2008 will use 4 core... The Future Games will use Quad or what ever the core are... Like Crysis...:rockout:
 

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v-zero, I'd love to take a ride on your horse with you, but I'm afraid I can't reach that high :(
:roll:

and how can overclocking your cpu have any effect on how far of an overclock you can reach on your video card?!:confused:
 

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From what i know... ATI King of the Gaming Image Quality and Nvidia King of the Gaming Performance.... two of them are nice GPU.... Just make sure u have Good CPU, Mobo, RAM and PSU....:rockout:
 
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v-zero, I'd love to take a ride on your horse with you, but I'm afraid I can't reach that high :(
:roll:

and how can overclocking your cpu have any effect on how far of an overclock you can reach on your video card?!:confused:
Exactly! And as for my tall horse, well I think it's fun so I stay there.:roll:
 
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my god, all the time reading this i tough this was a 2900XT, i was like, what kind of garbage i'm going to buy, getting shifted by a 8800GTS 320! phew!
 

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v-zero, I'd love to take a ride on your horse with you, but I'm afraid I can't reach that high :(
:roll:

and how can overclocking your cpu have any effect on how far of an overclock you can reach on your video card?!:confused:
he talks noneselsly

because there is no connection between cpu and graphic card mhz

but they claim that while higher cpu increase 2900 pro scores ,8800gts scores doesnt increase or increase very low

but they dont have any proof about this and i dont belive it :cool:
 
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#45
so many ppl claimed that the 3.2 ghz core 2 duo cpu is not enough for this 2900 pro

but u are totaly wrong

while cpu increase both card scores increase not only the 2900 pro

if i had a quad core 4 ghz of course my 8800gts would take around 14 k scores at 3d mark 2006


like this one took

http://img.techpowerup.org/071021/3dmark06.jpg


and u think that quad core would boost up alot 2900 pro

i know how many game could u use quad core very well

atm i can say very few of them

since almost none of the games, still cant use my dual core cpu more than %90 ^^

If you had a 8800 gtx and a quad you might break 14000 but not a 8800 gts you might just reach 13000. I know Ive owned a 8800 gts 320, 8800 gts 640, a 8800 gtx 768, and now a 2900 xt 1 gig. With driver revisions a 8800 gts 640 cannot match a 2900 xtand a 2900 xt can almost match a 8800 gtx. Also I found that the Gpu start to bottle neck for the 8800 gtx and 2900 xt at around 4.021ghz with intel quad cores, so yes, at 3.4, even a C2D does hold back a 8800 gtx or 2900xt. However, nothing out yet can truely unbottle neck them yet even my quad cannot do it because it can only bench at 4.021ghz and is not 24/7 stable.You might not notice it in current games but you can see it in benchmarks. There was a point that no matter what I did even at 877/1198 my 2900 xt would not increase it's frame rate at that point it was all CPU I think it was at about 4.021ghz. Oh and the score you post was my 2900xt not a 8800 gts this is my new score and if you look most 8800 gtx cannot break 14000 even with a quad so certainly your 8800 gts 640 couldn't.

 
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If you had a 8800 gtx and a quad you might break 14000 but not a 8800 gts you might just reach 13000. I know Ive owned a 8800 gts 320, 8800 gts 640, a 8800 gtx 768, and now a 2900 xt 1 gig. With driver revisions a 8800 gts 640 cannot match a 2900 xtand a 2900 xt can almost match a 8800 gtx. Also I found that the Gpu start to bottle neck for the 8800 gtx and 2900 xt at around 4.021ghz with intel quad cores, so yes, at 3.4, even a C2D does hold back a 8800 gtx or 2900xt. However, nothing out yet can truely unbottle neck them yet even my quad cannot do it because it can only bench at 4.021ghz and is not 24/7 stable.You might not notice it in current games but you can see it in benchmarks. There was a point that no matter what I did even at 877/1198 my 2900 xt would not increase it's frame rate at that point it was all CPU I think it was at about 4.021ghz. Oh and the score you post was my 2900xt not a 8800 gts this is my new score and if you look most 8800 gtx casnnot break 14000 even with a quad so certainly your 88000 gts 640 couldn't.

 
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i made 11910 score with e4300

and u say me u cant break 14 k with quad core 4 ghz lol

look what i have taken with e4300

i think upper than 13500 wouldnt be hard for me with quad core cpu at 4 ghz or more

u think that 2900xt is ultra super at 3d mark
but it is not as u see above

2900 pro @800 mhz takes 11.5k
8800gts @648 mhz takes 11.4k


and here is the best score ever that i took (but this doesnt mean i wont take more ^^)


http://www.image-tr.com/gallery.php?entry=images/Guest0wky3wtyzhytgqunyjq1.jpg



 
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i made 11910 score with e4300

and u say me u cant break 14 k with quad core 4 ghz lol

look what i have taken with e4300

i think upper than 13500 wouldnt be hard for me with quad core cpu at 4 ghz or more

u think that 2900xt is ultra super at 3d mark
but it is not as u see above

2900 pro @800 mhz takes 11.5k
8800gts @648 mhz takes 11.4k


and here is the best score ever that i took (but this doesnt mean i wont take more ^^)


http://www.image-tr.com/gallery.php?entry=images/Guest0wky3wtyzhytgqunyjq1.jpg



You have lost your mind show me how you think a 8800 gts can do 14000 when only two 2900 xt and 8800 gts including ultras can do it show me. It cannot be done. I mean we are only talking over 2500 points which is a giant amount.
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25, Ketxxx - Xpertvision X1950Pro @ 662/803 - 6154 - E4400 @ 3420.3Mhz - 380FSB
26, Uncle Vinnie - ATi X1900XTX @ 688/792 - 6102 - A64 X2 4600+ @ 2604.2Mhz - 217FSB
27, tigger69 - Sapphire X1950Pro @ 648/769 - 6087 - E6750 @ 3600Mhz - 450FSB
28, Alcpone - Sapphire X1950Pro @ 648/817 - 5874 - E6300 @ 3360.2Mhz - 480FSB
29, yogurt_21 - ATi X1800XT @ 780/936 - 5825 - A64 FX-62 @ 3294.6Mhz - 205.9FSB
30, theonetruewill - HIS X1900GT @ 715/810 - 5793 - A64 X2 4600+ @ 2841.8Mhz - 258.3FSB
31, 0elemental0 - Powercolor X1950XT @ 628/801 - 5733 - A64 X2 4800+ @ 2387.9Mhz - 199FSB
32, Maju - Sapphire X1950XTX @ 709/1098 - 5731 - A64 3700+ @ 2801.6Mhz - 254.7FSB
33, SpookyWillow - HIS X1900Pro @ 675/817 - 5598 - A64 3800+ @ 2573Mhz - 257.3FSB
34, ace80 - HIS X1800GTO @ 729/810 - 5522 - E6420 @ 3199.9Mhz - 400FSB
35, Kursah - PowerColor X1950Pro Extreme @ 628/770 - 5513 - E6300 @ 3360Mhz - 480FSB
36, mitchy24 - MSI X1950Pro @ 621/790 - 5432 - A64 X2 4200+ @ 2805.7Mhz - 255.1FSB
37, Garb3 - MSI X1950Pro @ 621/790 - 5322 - A64 X2 5200+ @ 3059Mhz - 278.1FSB
38, Sovereign - MSI HD2600XT @ 850/1150 - 5318 - A64 X2 4200+ @ 2860.8Mhz - 260.1FSB
39, zCexVe - Sapphire X1950XT @ 682/963 - 5283 - A64 3200+ @ 2703Mhz - 300.3FSB
40, pt - Xpertvision HD2600XT @ 857/999 - 5267 - E2160 @ 3004Mhz - 333.8FSB
41, Wile E - Sapphire X1800XT @ 715/873 - 5204 - A64 X2 3800+ @ 2800Mhz - 280FSB
42, HookeyStreet - Sapphire X1950GT @ 581/702 - 5200 - E6420 @ 2667.9Mhz - 333.5FSB
43, Formula350 - Sapphire X1950Pro @ 634/800 - 5153 - A64 3200+ @ 2700.1Mhz - 270.1FSB
44, erocker - HIS X1950Pro @ 638/763 - 5014 - A64 3800+ @ 2850.2Mhz - 285FSB
45, dashsmashed - Sapphire X1950Pro @ 631/749 - 4826 - A64 3700+ @ 3126.4Mhz - 284.2FSB
46, mitchy24 - MSI X1950Pro @ 621/786 - 4761 - A64 4000+ @ 3001Mhz - 250.1FSB
47, imperialreign - ATi X1950Pro @ 614/762 - 4616 - P4 524 @ 3802.3Mhz - 165.3FSB
48, warlock - HIS X1950Pro @ 641/749 - 4405 - P4 Prescott @ 3601.4Mhz - 225.1FSB
49, theonetruewill - ATi X800XT @ 560/564 - 2462 - A64 X2 4600+ @ 2761.1Mhz - 230.1FSB
50, disarmedmeteor - ATi X800GTO @ 513/550 - 2284 - E6300 @ 1996.6Mhz - 285.3FSB
51, newtekie1 - HIS X1650Pro @ 600/400 - 2059 - Celeron 352 @ 4437.7Mhz - 184.9FSB
52, Jimmy 2004 - Sapphire X800GTO @ 407/511 - 1796 - Sempron 3000+ @ 2529Mhz - 281FSB
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ATi Scores - X-Fire Setup's Average Score = 10271


1, deagle - Sapphire HD2900XT X-Fire @ 743/828 - 19777 - Q6700 @ 4031.9Mhz - 447.9FSB
2, Urlyin - ATi / Powercolor X1900 X-Fire @ 742/850 - 11357 - Opty 185 @ 3194.6Mhz - 266.2FSB
3, DaMulta - Connect3D / MSI X1950XTX X-Fire @ 675/999 - 10380 - A64 FX-62 @ 3012Mhz - 200.8FSB
4, mitsirfishi - HIS /Asus X1950Pro X-Fire @ 641/823 - 9334 - A64 X2 6000+ @ 3444Mhz - 287FSB
5, binormalkilla - HIS X1950Pro X-Fire @ 580/700 - 8482 - A64 X2 3800+ @ 2699.9Mhz - 300FSB
6, ace80 - HIS X1800GTO X-Fire @ 627/729 - 6662 - E6420 @ 3191.4Mhz - 398.9FSB
7, DrunkenMafia - PowerColor X1800GTO X-Fire @ 500/500 - 5908 - Opty 165 @ 2970.4Mhz - 330FSB
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nVidia Scores - Single Card Setup's Average Score = 9852


1, orion23 - XFX 8800GTX @ 655/955 - 14446 - Q6600 @ 3897.3Mhz - 433FSB
2, HookeyStreet - BFG 8800GTXOC @ 610/950 - 13546 - Q6600 @ 3402.3Mhz - 378FSB
3, Live Or Die - XFX 8800Ultra @ 675/1150 - 13493 - E6850 @ 3975.1Mhz - 441.7FSB
4, thebeephaha - eVGA 8800GTX @ 626/1000 - 13328 - Q6600 @ 3000.1Mhz - 333.3FSB
5, trt740 - eVGA 8800GTX @ 660/1044 - 13283 - E6600 @ 3903.7Mhz - 433.7FSB
6, Jadawin - Gainward Bliss 8800GTX @ 650/1000 - 13118 - Q6600 @ 3300Mhz - 368FSB
7, ADV4NCED - BFG 8800GTXOC @ 641/980 - 12912 - E6600 @ 3775.1Mhz - 419.4FSB
8, cowie - eVGA 8800GTS @ 726/998 - 12428 - E6600 @ 3746Mhz - 416.2FSB
9, trt740 - nVidia 8800GTS @ 689/1100 - 12342 - E6600 @ 3881.3Mhz - 431.3FSB
10, Tatty_One - Gainward 8800GTS @ 684/1060 - 12305 - E6850 @ 4049.8Mhz - 450FSB
11, infrared - eVGA 8800GTS @ 700/1070 - 12251 - E6400 @ 3760.1Mhz - 470FSB
12, thebeephaha - eVGA 8800GTX @ 621/1000 - 12192 - E4300 @ 3299.8Mhz - 366.6FSB
13, HookeyStreet - BFG 8800GTX @ 600/900 - 12064 - E6700 @ 3334.6Mhz - 333.5FSB
14, renozi - eVGA 8800GTS @ 693/1100 - 12051 - E6700 @ 3604.3Mhz - 360.5FSB
15, Lt_JWS - eVGA 8800GTS @ 701/1000 - 11907 - E6600 @ 3401.1Mhz - 377.9FSB
16, jjnissanpatfan - eVGA 8800GTS @ 670/1050 - 11766 - E6300 @ 3472Mhz - 496FSB
17, JUDAS3 - BFG 8800GTS @ 665/1000 - 11693 - E6600 @ 3833.6Mhz - 426FSB
18, strick94u - eVGA 8800GTS @ 660/1024 - 11661 - E6600 @ 3401.2Mhz - 377.9FSB
19, Mussels - Albatron 8800GTX @ 629/960 - 11636 - E6600 @ 3401Mhz - 425.1FSB
20, Atnevon - eVGA 8800GTX @ 575/900 - 11620 - Q6600 @ 2400.5Mhz - 266.7FSB
21, trt740 - Foxconn 8800GTS @ 660/979 - 11506 - E6600 @ 3760Mhz - 470FSB
22, Boneface - MSI 8800GTS @ 664/1010 - 11300 - E6400 @ 3919.9Mhz - 490FSB
23, Live OR Die - XFX 8800GTSXXX @ 630/1023 - 11243 - E6600 @ 3286.9Mhz - 365.2FSB
24, Alcpone - Palit 8800GTS @ 648/1100 - 11200 - E6300 @ 3360.8Mhz - 480.1FSB
25, trt740 - Foxconn 8800GTS @ 674/982 - 11111 - A64 X2 6000+ @ 3504.1Mhz - 292FSB
26, driver66 - eVGA 8800GTS @ 673/999 - 11100 - E6300 @ 3002.9Mhz - 429FSB
27, pbmaster - eVGA 8800GTS @ 701/930 - 11010 - A64 X2 6000+ @ 3240Mhz - 270FSB
28, Judas - BFG 8800GTSOC @ 666/1042 - 10834 - A64 X2 5600+ @ 3199.9Mhz - 320FSB
29, Dano 00TA- eVGA 8800GTS @ 635/950 - 10648 - E4300 @ 3237.9Mhz - 359.8FSB
30, D007 - eVGA 8800GTS @ 660/920 - 10612 - E6400 @ 3410Mhz - 426.3FSB
31, Exeodus - eVGA 8800GTX @ 600/950 - 10486 - A64 X2 5600+ @ 3024Mhz - 216FSB
32, BigD6997 - eVGA 8800GTS @ 645/1000 - 10452 - Opty 170 @ 3000.1Mhz - 300.1FSB
33, trt740 - Foxconn 8800GTS @ 678/982 - 10314 - A64 X2 3600+ @ 3042.1Mhz - 338FSB
34, erocker - eVGA 8800GTS @ 645/950 - 10135 - Opty 170 @ 3010.1Mhz - 301FSB
35, r3skyline - eVGA 8800GTS @ 681/1031 - 10127 - A64 FX-60 @ 2889.9Mhz - 222.3FSB
36, gerrynicol - BFG 8800GTS @ 630/950 - 10026 - E6320 @ 2501Mhz - 357.3FSB
37, technicks - Asus 8800GTS @ 629/1003 - 9942 - A64 X2 4000+ @ 3003.3Mhz - 286FSB
38, Grings - BFG 8800GTS @ 630/925 - 9713 - Opty 165 @ 2806.5Mhz - 311.8FSB
39, pcgolfer85 - MSI 8800GTSOC @ 629/945 - 9679 - A64 X2 6000+ @ 3013.8Mhz - 200.9FSB
40, savillm - BFG 8800GTSOC @ 550/792 - 8955 - E6600 @ 2400Mhz - 266.7FSB
41, the1andonlyatk - BFG 8800GTSOC2 @ 580/850 - 8887 - A64 X2 5600+ @ 2916.2Mhz - 243FSB
42, gerrynicol - BFG 8800GTS @ 630/950 - 8804 - A64 X2 3800+ @ 2599.4Mhz - 259.9FSB
43, trt740 - MSI 8600GTSOC @ 792/1197 - 6747 - E6600 @ 3881.2Mhz - 431.2FSB
44, JC316 - MSI 8600GTSOC @ 700/1170 - 6496 - E4300 @ 3285.2Mhz - 365FSB
45, savillm - BFG 8800GTSOC @ 550/792 - 6367 - A64 4000+ @ 2412.5Mhz - 201FSB
46, JC316 - MSI 8600GTSOC @ 775/1145 - 6156 - A64 X2 3600+ @ 2853.1Mhz - 300.3FSB
47, Black Panther - Point of View 8600GTS @ 754/1126 - 5934 - E4300 @ 2997Mhz - 333FSB
48, pbmaster - eVGA 7900GTOC @ 600/800 - 5835 A64 6000+ @ 3014.1Mhz - 200.9FSB
49, HookeyStreet - BFG 7950GTOC @ 577/748 - 5696 - E6420 @ 2667.9Mhz - 333.5FSB
50, strick94u - PNY 7900GS @ 564/665 - 5267 - E6300 @ 3045Mhz - 435FSB
51, baztop3 - Inno3D 7900GTX @ 675/800 - 5171 - P4 @ 3667.7Mhz - 203.8FSB
52, strick94u - PNY 7900GS @ 561/698 - 5017 - A64 X2 5200+ @ 2797.6Mhz - 215.2FSB
53, Xtant25 - eVGA 7600GT @ 753/778 - 4937 - E2160 @ 3294Mhz - 366FSB
54, theonetruewill - Inno3D 7600GT @ 655/850 - 4309 - A64 X2 4600+ @ 2790.3Mhz - 232.5FSB
55, blacktruckryder - eVGA 7600GT @ 651/722 - 3396 - A64 3200+ @ 2651.5Mhz - 265.1FSB
56, JrRacinFan - eVGA 7600GS @ 448/451 - 2293 - Celeron 347 @ 3066.7Mhz - 133.3FSB
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nVidia Scores - SLI Setup's Average Score = 11421

1, HeavyH20 - eVGA 8800GTX SLI @ 675/1000 - 21060 - QX6700 @ 4400Mhz - 293FSB
2, cowie - eVGA 8800GTS SLI @ 656/994 - 16120 - E6700 @ 3749.9Mhz - 375FSB
3, hv43082 - eVGA / XFX 8800GTX SLI @ 575/900 - 15138 - E6400 @ 3599.9Mhz - 450FSB
4, Lt_JWS - eVGA 8800GTS SLI @ 600/900 - 14179 - E6600 @ 3204Mhz - 356FSB
5, Grandpa - XFX 8800GTS SLI @ 678/1100 - 12135 - A64 FX-60 @ 3198.5Mhz - 246FSB
6, trt740 - MSI 8600GTS SLI @ 725/1138 - 10351 - E6600 @ 3802.2Mhz - 422.5FSB
7, newtekie1 - eVGA 7900GT SLI @ 621/796 - 10249 - E6600 @ 3600.1Mhz - 400FSB
8, levi__ - eVGA / Leadtek 7800GTX SLI @ 485/693 - 8878 - E6300 @ 3500Mhz - 500FSB
9, strick94u - PNY 7900GS SLI @ 565/685 - 8818 - E6300 @ 3000Mhz - 426FSB
10, psychomage343 - eVGA 7900GT SLI @ 600/800 - 7198 - A64 4000+ @ 3100Mhz - 310FSB
11, sneekypeet - XFX 7600GT XXX SLI @ 700/900 - 6872 - Opty 170 @ 3001Mhz - 300.1FSB
12, cowie - Leadtek 6800 SLI @ 540/882 - 6060 - E6600 @ 3736Mhz - 415FSB
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#49
we are talkin about here 4k quad core

not less

do u see this one

1, orion23 - XFX 8800GTX @ 655/955 - 14446 - Q6600 @ 3897.3Mhz - 433FSB

it is below 4 k quad core

also at which driver did it take we dont know

and my card mhz is much more(of course i have less 32 unite)

675/1728/1107

and i can guarantee that with 4 k quad core i take at least 13500+
 
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#50
we are talkin about here 4k quad core

not less

do u see this one

1, orion23 - XFX 8800GTX @ 655/955 - 14446 - Q6600 @ 3897.3Mhz - 433FSB

it is below 4 k quad core

also at which driver did it take we dont know

and my card mhz is much more(of course i have less 32 unite)

675/1728/1107

and i can guarantee that with 4 k quad core i take at least 13500+
Yes I saw that thats a 8800 gtx not at 8800 gts and it is overclocked to ultra speeds plus has over 130 mb more memory and 25 percent more shaders. Your 8800 gts will not do it your wrong. Your acting like they are the same card they aren't even similar the only thing they share really is a number 8800 but physically they are different big time. If you had my chip running at 4.2ghz , my motherboard and a 8800 gtx ultra 768 mb oced you might be able to break 14700 but thats pushing it and you would need water or a Thermailright Hr03 air cooler to do it. Thats is possible but what your saying is not your just being unrealistic. You also changed what you were saying and and lowered it from 14000 to 13500 which is a giant amount and still thats not possible. If you had water and could get a quad to bench at 4.3ghz and water on a 8800 gts 640 and the best systems ram made DDR2 1200 or DDR3 you might break 13000, maybe 13100 but no way 13500.
 
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