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The market is ripe for ATI to come wout with someone huge... aaaaaaany minute now.... c'mon ATI... come on.... GO... That was your cue line... Im waiting.
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I think the overclocking potential of the 9800GTX will be much better than the 8800GTS 512MB. I think they added the extra power connector for this reason. I'm still on the fence as to whether or not I will step up. I'm not happy with my 8800GTS 512MB clocks of 764/1908/1069.
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I think the overclocking potential of the 9800GTX will be much better than the 8800GTS 512MB. I think they added the extra power connector for this reason. I'm still on the fence as to whether or not I will step up. I'm not happy with my 8800GTS 512MB clocks of 764/1908/1069.
Well its not really a step up, its more of a step off to the side...


I wonder how much they'll charge you to step up, because if its anything higher than $30 its not worth it unless you want tri-sli.
    
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I haven't read too much about this card but when I say the G92 on the core I kinda sighed. To me this should be a 8850 or something. It isn't a big enough leap to go right to 9800GTX... Oh well. And it looks like an overclocked GTS. The higher memory is probably where those extra FPS are coming from.
I thought the exact same thing. It doesn't even deserve to be 8900GTX.
    
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I could see the 9800GTX being worth the $350 price tag if you never adopted the 8-series or went with a 8800GT. The GTS offers an upgrade over the GT, minimal but it's there, and the 9800GTX will offer even more of an upgrade. Plus the fact that this will possibly offer more OC potential and tri-SLi capability, which by looking at nVidia's slides looks like it scales incredibly well for the 9-series. While it may not be the 9-series we were all hoping for, it's not overly expensive and it's a building block to nVidia's next card.
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post #26 of 48
That really sucks. so is g92 still the best card for its price?
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I could see the 9800GTX being worth the $350 price tag if you never adopted the 8-series or went with a 8800GT. The GTS offers an upgrade over the GT, minimal but it's there, and the 9800GTX will offer even more of an upgrade. Plus the fact that this will possibly offer more OC potential and tri-SLi capability, which by looking at nVidia's slides looks like it scales incredibly well for the 9-series. While it may not be the 9-series we were all hoping for, it's not overly expensive and it's a building block to nVidia's next card.
Yep that's how i see it. People should stop crying about G92, it might be very well a good card taking price into consideration. And those results aren't final yet and might very well go up a bit. It's not worth to upgrade from 8800GTS 512, but when u r looking to buy a new card it looks like a good option to me.
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ok pipeline have alot to do with why this card isnt that great compared to a 8800gt/s or utlra . it only has 8 rop the 8800gt has 16 rop thats twice as many....
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post #29 of 48
Well, not buying this come summer, that is for sure.

ATi 4000 series here I come.
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ok pipeline have alot to do with why this card isnt that great compared to a 8800gt/s or utlra . it only has 8 rop the 8800gt has 16 rop thats twice as many....
GPU-Z doesn't detect the specifications right until support for the card is implemented.
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