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Originally Posted by Nolander View Post
Question: What would be a good upgrade from a 8800 GS, 4850 or 4870x2 ?

Have you considered a single 4870?
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The only way of getting a 4870 x2 would be to upgrade my PSU and that would add extra cost onto the upgrade.
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In addition I get a smooth 58+ fps in PURE MAX Settings at 1680x1050 with x4 AA








Edited by Nolander - 10/20/08 at 5:22pm
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Sweet PURE Screens, i have the game on 360, very impressed for a Disney game...

EDIT: Nice o/c on that GS Nolander, that is running at the same settings as my GT!
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Edited by Swiftes - 10/4/08 at 12:26pm
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I get an AVG 35+ fps in CRYSIS WARHEAD Gamer Settings (medium) at 1024x768 resolution with NO AA. FRAPS was used to determine fps and during gameplay there was a high of 60+fps. The last two shots show how during actual gameplay the minimum is 30fps.


















Edited by Nolander - 10/12/08 at 5:19pm
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nice performance for a card of that price...
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post #77 of 108
8800gs = hands down best performance for the money. it has the potential overclock to perform close to an 8800gt .

i havent seen an 8800gs sli set up yet, i totally wanna see how that would perform!
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post #78 of 108
Nor have I seen a 8800 GS SLI setup, but for the price and longevity of the upgrade, I think a 4850 Crossfire setup would better justify the money spent at this point. Under normal circumstances I usually only upgrade my GPU once a year for an approximate price of $100, except for rare occasions every now and then.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by JTD92 View Post
the 4870 X2
I can't afford to shell out over $500 for an upgrade right now. What makes more sense is to get a 4850 when the price comes closer to $100 (currently $139.99 after MIR), then get a DFI LP DK P45-T2RS PLUS Crossfire MOBO when that price comes down closer to $100 (currently $169.99) with an additional 4850 and BAM! Near 4870x2 performance for approximately $300. And that is not including $$ from selling my 8800 GS and MOBO. Granted it might take several months for me to attain that kind of performance but with luck it will happen around Christmas.

Check out these benchmarks of 4850 Crossfire

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...review-16.html

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...-review-9.html
Edited by Nolander - 10/19/08 at 8:38am
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I have seen a performance increase with the 178.24 drivers. Presently I have my XFX 8800 GS (G92) 384 MB is overclocked from default GPU 580, Shaders 1450, Memory 1400 to 700/1750/2000

These first 2 screen shots are at a respectiable "medium" settings at resolutions of 1024x768, and 1280x1024. The last 3 screen shots are at "high" settings. In addition, I included a screenshot at 1680x1050. No AA
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The next two screenshots are at high settings. The last screenshot at 1680x1050 has high settings with postprocessing, physics, and sound set to MEDIUM







XFX 8800 GS (G92) is available for $79.99 at tigerdirect
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...053&CatId=3614


Coming up next! Same benchmarks with an E8600 at 4500 Mhz!
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