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    9600GT
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    8800GT
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post #11 of 41
8800 GT hands down the 9600 is no camparison as we've learned all X600 series have sucked.
post #12 of 41
Peformance:

9600GT < 8800GT

It's that simple.
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post #13 of 41
Quote:
Originally Posted by Xx573v3xX_Z28 View Post
8800 GT hands down the 9600 is no camparison as we've learned all X600 series have sucked.
Definitly not true at all. The 7600 GT was a awesome card when it came out. And IMO still is.
Edited by ChrisB17 - 5/12/08 at 5:32pm
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post #14 of 41
Quote:
Originally Posted by Xx573v3xX_Z28 View Post
8800 GT hands down the 9600 is no camparison as we've learned all X600 series have sucked.
Holy mother of god! What planet did you land from?

Seriously too many 8800GT fanboys in here. Just because you have one doesn't make it the right choice.

My mate has his 8800GT at ridiculous clocks at it's get 12,800 in 3dmark06 with an E6300 @ 3.4Ghz. Mine is getting 11,000 when I clock my E2160 up to 3.2Ghz. The difference is smaller in vantage.

The 8800GT is better yes, that is without debate. The 9600GT did get voted the best value for money performance card by a LONG shot just a few days ago.

Get your head out of where it shouldn't be and try to be objective.
post #15 of 41
The 9600GT is good if you plan on SLi'ing it in the future, 9600GT SLi scales really well and is as good as 8800GT SLi in results I've seen...
Edited by SerenityKill3r - 5/12/08 at 5:31pm
post #16 of 41
my buddy got a 9600gt and i got the 8800gt around the same time.. Mine performs wayyyy better and more solid..

Get the 8800gt..
    
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post #17 of 41
I would just like to suggest looking at the 9600GT... I own one right now and am completely satisfied with it's performance thus far. I came from a 7900gts so this was a huge upgrade for me. I haven't ever used an 8800 so I can't speak for it, but from what I understand they are comparable to the 9600gt. But I am adding a second 9600gt to run SLI due to the low low price right now. It's a great card and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to you.
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post #18 of 41
I would say 8800GT.

9600GT 650/1625/900
8800GT 600/1500/900

Clock the 8800GT to 9600GT and you will see the difference increse to 15% or 20%.
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post #19 of 41
Yeah, the 9600GT SLI is better since Nvidia had more time to perfect the SLI process between the time the 8800GT was released and the 9600GT was released.
Still, if you're using single card, 8800GT is still a good deal. I'd rather go for the 8800GTS G92 though.
    
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post #20 of 41
Quote:
Originally Posted by ChrisB17 View Post
Definitly not true at all. The 7600 GT was a awesome card when it came out. And IMO still is.
and did the 7800GT not own it???

I had 2 7600GT's in SLI and it still sucked compared to 1 320mb 8800GTS


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Originally Posted by NrGx View Post
Holy mother of god! What planet did you land from?

Seriously too many 8800GT fanboys in here. Just because you have one doesn't make it the right choice.

My mate has his 8800GT at ridiculous clocks at it's get 12,800 in 3dmark06 with an E6300 @ 3.4Ghz. Mine is getting 11,000 when I clock my E2160 up to 3.2Ghz. The difference is smaller in vantage.

The 8800GT is better yes, that is without debate. The 9600GT did get voted the best value for money performance card by a LONG shot just a few days ago.

Get your head out of where it shouldn't be and try to be objective.

My heads perfectly fine. I have been with my GF for a few days now so lets keep it clean hahah

Lol Fan boy i wish. I go for performance/cost ratio ONLY
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