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again, proofs my point of G92 core is nothing compared to G80 GTX core
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again, proofs my point of G92 core is nothing compared to G80 GTX core
Before anyone bashes this it actually is true. To date G92 cores haven't beaten the 8800 Ultra on a single GPU solution.
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If they would have kept the exact same cores and large memory buses, just did the die shrink, G92 would be better.
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again, proofs my point of G92 core is nothing compared to G80 GTX core
It is the same core! lol. it only is smaller, and tweaked afaik, oh, and with a 512 bus to memory :'(. which is the real failing. It isn't THAT bad though....

It looks like it could be a continuation of the trend (minus a monster leap for the 8800gtx).

It should be $50 more expensive than the 8800gts 512, but I guess tri SLi is there reason for more. It should also be called the 8800gts FTW, or something. It is just revised power circuitry.
    
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again, proofs my point of G92 core is nothing compared to G80 GTX core
If you say so, theoretical peak bandwidth isn't as telling as say gaming FPS... But that's just me .

http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/vid...0gts-1024.html

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The only times the GTX has any kind of distinguishable lead is when the frames generated are entirely unplayable... Otherwise the perfomance up to 1900x1200 is nearly identical.

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Before anyone bashes this it actually is true. To date G92 cores haven't beaten the 8800 Ultra on a single GPU solution.
I agree that G80 (GTX/ultra) offers better performance across a broader range of games. That still doesn't take away from the fact that 50% of the time the 8800gts G92 can match performance @ 1900 x 1200, while less expensive, cooler running, has more OC headroom and consumes less power.



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I agree Kromm. The lower power consumption is a big plus in my book.
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yes, the lower power consumption is the key for most of us, i am currently stuck with a HUGE power bill

the huge bandwidth advantage is very clear in all Dx10 games with AA enabled. the minimal FPS of G80's sticks high in the sky in Crysis and WiC Dx10 comparing to G92 cores. the minimal FPS is also a key data review sites often forget to include
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Quite interesting really.



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As you can see from the graph, with the exception of the ultra-rare GeForce 7800 GTX 512MB to 7900 GTX transition, the 9800 GTX marks the first time nVidia has ever taken a step backwards when moving to a new high-end card.
I see two places where it has dropped.

I'm not sure how this is relevant. 9800GTX isn't their high-end card, the 9800GX2 is. The 9800GTX is the mid-range I thought, and the 9600 is the low-end.

I think the problem is that nVidia misled people by even making this card a 9-series. All the current 9800's should've just been 8900's:
9800GTX = 8900GTX
9800GX2 = 8950GX2
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post #19 of 24
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again, proofs my point of G92 core is nothing compared to G80 GTX core


Proves what?

It doesn't have anything to do with the G80 core design itself, it has to do with the memory bus width. The G92 smokes the G80 as far as cost and power consumption goes, and performs almost exactly the same in gaming with less memory, which proves that it is a more efficient, superior design.

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Before anyone bashes this it actually is true. To date G92 cores haven't beaten the 8800 Ultra on a single GPU solution.
Once again, it doesn't have to do with the G92 core, it has to do with the memory bus width and amount of memory.

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I agree Kromm. The lower power consumption is a big plus in my book.
It is a HUGE HUGE plus in my book. In fact, it is the very reason I never purchased and 8800GTX or Ultra. Sorry, me not so interested in hairdryer.
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Once again, it doesn't have to do with the G92 core, it has to do with the memory bus width and amount of memory.
I wasn't talking about the article i was talking about that specific post.
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