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I think that a good idea for many is to get a 8800GTS. If you want more, go SLI.
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Eh well i just dont like getting a gts and finding out its not even what i expected to be it seems to really be missing alot from the GTX i'd only buy it if it went down $75 or more

Even then i still wouldnt have enough money for it for a while
    
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I can already tell you guys got this confused so let me just say it...

Power consumption is for the whole computer not the video card
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To back up fishie I found a quote out of the article for you guys.
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Originally Posted by Anandtech
We tested power consumption for these parts in the same way we usually do, by measuring the total power draw of the system with each of the cards installed in two different states.
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hey is the gts just lower clock speeds then the gtx (and lower voltage) if thats the case just vmod and oc and youd be good to go, i think all the vmods are allready at vr-zone, it doesnt have less pipes or anything does it
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Originally Posted by MADMAX22 View Post
hey is the gts just lower clock speeds then the gtx (and lower voltage) if thats the case just vmod and oc and youd be good to go, i think all the vmods are allready at vr-zone, it doesnt have less pipes or anything does it
Lets compare here.
-------Core------Mem-----MemSpd.-- MemCont.--Stream Proc.
GTX---575mhz---768mb---1800mhz---384bit------128

GTS---500mhz---640mb---1600mhz---320bit------96

As you can see from this chart I rigged up there are quite a bit of differences.
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8800GTX coming my way by Jan 07.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by pauldovi View Post
8800GTX coming my way by Jan 07.
Why that date?

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Originally Posted by mycomputersucks View Post
Lets compare here.
-------Core------Mem-----MemSpd.-- MemCont.--Stream Proc.
GTX---575mhz---768mb---1800mhz---384bit------128

GTS---500mhz---640mb---1600mhz---320bit------96

As you can see from this chart I rigged up there are quite a bit of differences.
Why not just showing this: http://www.gpureview.com/show_cards....=475&card2=474
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