Originally Posted by sublime0
I don't really see what everyones fuss about 256-bit. If you ask me 256bit has been doing us well from the 7-series and now the 8-series. The (G92) Gts IS beating the GTX with less memory and Memory bit. None the less I highly doubt ATI is Going into the 4-series just yet.
From my very own experience, the G92 GTS does not "beat" the GTX, otherwise I would've gone SLI on that for less money.
This is one of those things you can't tell unless you've tried both yourself. I've ran a G92 GTS for a month and decided to switch back to GTX and then go SLI. I realized that numbers aren't everything. The GTS does provide higher FPS and higher score in benchmarks, but my games don't render in charts that compare numbers. The lesser memory and memory bus on the GTS caused me stutters in some places and lots of fluctuation in FPS, while the GTX can offer me a slightly lower overall, but very stable and constant FPS.
If I were into benching I'd choose the GTS without a doubt, but playing games at 1680x1050 screams for much more than just the core. So as for a card to own for gaming, the GTX is simply the better choice. I had both a G92 GTS and GTX at hand and I could sold either to SLI the other, and I chose to rid the G92. I was certain I would rather deal with the heavier power consumption and more heat just to ensure my games run smooth at my resolution.
Alright and maybe the fact that both GTXs are in awesome black......