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post #11 of 33
I have had both cards and I can confirm that they dont run in sli. I read a lot about trying to sli them, found no luck at all. At one point I even considered bridging them on my board but feared the consequences. From what I can tell is both cards are extremely powerful for being 3-4 years old. My single 8800gt can run BF3 at around 30FPS solid for hours without any hitch. Only issue I run into is small frame buffer which only limits me to low-medium settings. Even GTA 4 runs smooth at 50FPS on single 8800gt compared to 67FPS on a GTX 570 2.5gb card I once owned.

As always free bump for great cards. smile.gif
post #12 of 33
I may be wrong though did a little look around and found this. Hope its helpful

http://www.overclock.net/t/1212071/1xgtx-470-1x-gtx-560ti-448-in-sli-huh
Edited by deadly12 - 2/9/12 at 1:49am
post #13 of 33
Ok I want the GTS will pay for it Sunday.
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Ok I want the GTS will pay for it Sunday.

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Whichever one is better GT or GTS I will buy it probably
Just to add more detail to what someone already said, the GeForce 8800 GTS (g92; 512MB) is a GeForce 8800 GT, just with a little bit more shaders and a clock speed bump, and is rather comparable in performance to the standard GeForce 9800 GTX if I remember right. The original GeForce 8800 GTS though (g80; 320MB/640MB) is slower than the GeForce 8800 GT. The GeForce 8800 GTS being sold here is a g92, 512MB model so it's the faster one.
post #16 of 33
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Originally Posted by Princess Garnet View Post

Just to add more detail to what someone already said, the GeForce 8800 GTS (g92; 512MB) is a GeForce 8800 GT, just with a little bit more shaders and a clock speed bump, and is rather comparable in performance to the standard GeForce 9800 GTX if I remember right. The original GeForce 8800 GTS though (g80; 320MB/640MB) is slower than the GeForce 8800 GT. The GeForce 8800 GTS being sold here is a g92, 512MB model so it's the faster one.

^^This^^
Both good cards however the 8800GT G92 is much better all around than the G80 8800GTS. The power draw of the G80 8800GTS pulled 270w as apposed to the G92 8800GT at about 230w. The G92 core was so good it was the Nvidia rebrand sold under the names; 8800GS (some 9600GSO) - 8800GT - 9800GT - 9800GTX - GTS250. I'm still holding my 8800's for my sons build this summer.
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post #17 of 33
If you don't sell that GTS, PM me and I'll take it off your hands.
post #18 of 33
For those of you that were asking about SLI...

8800GT = 9800GT
8800GTS 512 = 9800GTX = 9800GTX+ = GTS250.

Any of those cards can be BIOS flashed to the higher model numbered cards, so they can SLI fine together. wink.gif

Very jealous, if I would've seen this, I woulda bought both myself. tongue.gif I've got a 9800GT and a GTS250 I've been itching to SLI with.
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For those of you that were asking about SLI...
8800GT = 9800GT
8800GTS 512 = 9800GTX = 9800GTX+ = GTS250.
Any of those cards can be BIOS flashed to the higher model numbered cards, so they can SLI fine together. wink.gif
Very jealous, if I would've seen this, I woulda bought both myself. tongue.gif I've got a 9800GT and a GTS250 I've been itching to SLI with.

Almost positive you cannot flash a 9800GTX to a 9800GTX+ due to the significantly higher clocks, mainly memory. The plus version uses two 6-pins while the regular uses one.
    
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post #20 of 33
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Both good cards however the 8800GT G92 is much better all around than the G80 8800GTS. The power draw of the G80 8800GTS pulled 270w as apposed to the G92 8800GT at about 230w.
I think you've got the numbers way high there. So far as I recall, the GeForce 8800 GT was like a ~100W range card, plus or minus. It's only got one six pin power connector, which supplies 75W, as does the PCI Express slot, so it couldn't have had power draw significantly higher than ~150W.

I'm not sure about the GeForce 8800 GTS, but being a g80, it might have been more than the GeForce 8800 GT, but not 270W.
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