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what is the differance between these cards and witch one is better
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The number of the stream processors. The GSO has 48 and the GT has 64.
    
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post #3 of 21
I wonder this aswell.

I'd assume that GSOs that still retain the g92 core(128 crippled to 96 IIRC) and GDDR3 would probably beat a 9600GT. However, the newer GSOs w/ crippled g94 core(64 crippled to 48 IIRC) would probably get it's rear-end handed to it by a real 9600GT

Watch out for GDDR2 on either, as GDDR2 SUCKS! lol

edit: I didn't directly answer your Q, sry. I still answered it tho.

edit edit: also the GSOs have lessened memeory bandwidth(192bit vs 256bit on G92 based, and IDK on the G94 based ones)
Edited by DesertRat - 3/8/09 at 10:14am
post #4 of 21
watch out, your in nvidia territorry... jk.

there's nothing wrong with GDDR2, otherwise companies building Nvidia cards wouldn't still be using it on stuff like the GTX295, same with ATI, however, people like sapphire like to use GDDR4 or 5
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I have not found a great deal of info about my GFX card, but attached is what NVidia control panel says about it, hope that helps!
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GT is better 64 stream!!!
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9600GT is supposed to be at a 9600GSO in gaming performance (old GSO that is)
mainly because of the memory bandwidth, its just not there with the GSO

think of it this way, 9600GT is like a SP castrated 8800/9800GT
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Quote:
Originally Posted by thE_iyE2.718 View Post

there's nothing wrong with GDDR2
no my friend, GDDR2 is slower than GDDR3,
You can see that in the 8600gt for example.

512mb GDDR2 is quite Slower than 256mb Gddr3.

EDIT: If you can, Get a 8800gt or HD4850.
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it's slower, but nothing is wrong with it, you can always OC of course, but never get close. Yet still, there wouldn't be any cards made with GDDR 2 if there was something wrong with it.
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post #10 of 21
Quote:
Originally Posted by thE_iyE2.718 View Post
it's slower, but nothing is wrong with it, you can always OC of course, but never get close. Yet still, there wouldn't be any cards made with GDDR 2 if there was something wrong with it.
GDDR2 can't OC very far, has very bad performance(compared to GDDR3), and IIRC isn't very as power efficient.

GDDR2 will cripple a card, even a crappy core like the 8600s when compared to a GDDR3 version.

Don't fall for the 1 or 2GB GDDR2 over a 512MB or even 256MB GDDR3 card.

edit: BTW using the logic that something is used so there mustn't be anything wrong w/ it in regards to any type of consumer products is generally a bad idea, and IMHO w/ nVidia, especially.
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