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Making that card a 9 series... what was nvidia thinking?

Does it even deserve the 8900GTX name?



I'm wondering why he didn't run a DX10 very high 1680x1050 no aa/af crysis test...
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/shrug I'll keep my GTS, thanks. If AMD comes out with the 4 series soon, (and it performs better) there goes the market share nvidia got back last year.
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post #4 of 37
The 8800GTX beats that D:


Laaaaaaame. Gimme a GTS 512 and I'll be set for a while.
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perhaps the best thing about the 9800s is they will drop the price on the 8800s when released?
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Crud...Complete CRUD
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Originally Posted by dharmaBum View Post
perhaps the best thing about the 9800s is they will drop the price on the 8800s when released?
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what a waste of a Crysis benchmark! Its meaningless unless we know what patch he was using. Unless your on the 1.2 patch, enabling AA will kill the framerates regardless of the graphics card (single GPU). I am glad he ran ATItool@830 core and high shader clock.
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Guys that DX9 is pretty decent.....maybe at that res the game is more CPU bound, but look at this thread
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Well, I'm glad I picked up an 8800GT...
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