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Originally Posted by JoBlo69 View Post
even with two 8600GT's at 1 gig core and 2 gigs mem??

I'd think at those speeds a pair of 8600GT's could give a 8800GTS a run for its money??!!??!
Performance doesn't just add up like that with two of them, so usually that means that the price/performance in SLI is worse.
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post #12 of 21
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im google'ing for some benches of a super clocked 8600 compared to a 8800GTS... not having any luck...

anyone?
http://www.bjorn3d.com/forum/showthread.php?t=13197


An 8800 GTS 320 gets 10,000+

The better buy is the 8800 GTS 320.

Hope this helps in making your decision!
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The 8800 would open a can of major whoop-ass on those 8600's
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The 8800GTS 320 by far.
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alright then... 8800GTS 320mb it is!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Yes good choice the 8600GTs are poop...even in SLi...
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post #17 of 21
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Yes good choice the 8600GTs are poop...even in SLi...
Oh really?

11K in 3d06 at 860 core says no. I would still get the single card but you guys need to not give advice by just guessing. I think they are junk for gaming but they are a really fun card for bench freaks.
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Obvious

*EDIT*

And that is with the 8600GT's in SLI...
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http://www.nvidia.com/page/geforce8.html
read the spec's the 800GTS has more memory bandwidth, has a higher texture fill rate, a bigger memory interface and more stream processors, than a 8600GT and still even more than 2 8600GT combined.. my bet would be go with the 8800GTS.
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Obvious

*EDIT*

And that is with the 8600GT's in SLI...
Wait, what are you trying to prove by showing us that? I agree with you that 8800 is way better, but that chart doesn't really tell us anything.

Unless there's something I missed...
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