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post #11 of 67
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If you could read that, you'd know that it's two GTS' in SLI but the frequencies we're decreased for some reason. NOT THE TRUE GX2! Just two G92 GTS' in SLI at 550/1800. I guess the person thinks that since the GX2 will generate such great heat they're going to decrease the frequencies on such a high scale, last I heard they'll be at 600/1800.
Just another "Foretell the future" by SLI'ing two GTS'.

EDIT: Well seems everyone's figured it out by the time my internet decided to start working again, damn AT&T.
The source link in my thread takes you to XS where the original user posted these and stated that he underclocked them purposely.
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post #12 of 67
haha what were you expecting guys? That they would actually perform better than a 8800GT SLI or GTS SLI? They just put 2 underclocked 8800Gt Gpu's together, that's all. A dual Gpu solution is never better than SLI or CF.
post #13 of 67
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The source link in my thread takes you to XS where the original user posted these and stated that he underclocked them purposely.
yeah i thought about that too,thanks for clearing it up.
    
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post #14 of 67
After seeing real 9600GT sli benchmarks, these charts are completely false/fake and garbage.


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post #15 of 67
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Originally Posted by C.Jackson View Post
If you could read that, you'd know that it's two GTS' in SLI but the frequencies we're decreased for some reason. NOT THE TRUE GX2! Just two G92 GTS' in SLI at 550/1800. I guess the person thinks that since the GX2 will generate such great heat they're going to decrease the frequencies on such a high scale, last I heard they'll be at 600/1800.
Just another "Foretell the future" by SLI'ing two GTS'.

EDIT: Well seems someone's figured it out by the time my internet decided to start working again, damn AT&T.
Still a 8800GX2 will not beat any 8800GTS in SLI
post #16 of 67
Actually, if you look at the HD3870X2 vs Crossfire of 2 HD3870's, the 3870X2 does beat out the crossfire in a few benches because its on a single pcb and it doesnt have to go through a crossfire connector.
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post #17 of 67
same as 8800 gt ? lol..

well, better wait for the 10800 Ultra XXX Edition.

I think that they reached a maximum performance with the 8800 GT, and now they're tweaking the cards but no big improvement - it's not like a 9800 pro compared to a 8800 GT.
     
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Actually, if you look at the HD3870X2 vs Crossfire of 2 HD3870's, the 3870X2 does beat out the crossfire in a few benches because its on a single pcb and it doesnt have to go through a crossfire connector.
They also revised the core, and clocked it up to 825 Mhz. At the same frequencies i'd expect them to be almost identical.

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After seeing real 9600GT sli benchmarks, these charts are completely false/fake and garbage.
~R
The 9600GT is based on the newer G94 core, wheras the GX2 is still the G92 (specifically G92-450), so i'm not surprised really. It's shaping up just like the 7950GX2. I guess we'll just have to see how drivers preform.

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post #19 of 67
I hope this true because if it is, the 9800GX2 is a fail like the 7950GX2 like I predicted earlier.

9800GX2 3870 X2
post #20 of 67
Ummm, not to thread crap, but it looks like these benchies are a simulated benchmark, not necessarily the real deal. Hopefully the GX2 will perform better.

http://www.nordichardware.com/news,7254.html
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