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Poll Results: What card do you think is better?

 
  • 67% (39)
    x850 xt
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    6800gt
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post #101 of 124
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Originally Posted by Jori
X800XT
6800GT

Pretty noticable difference in the water and in other places.. So if Nvidia failed that then DANG I would like to see a screenshot of it when it doesnt fail!
Pretty noticible difference???? Jori what the hell are you talking about? I put both screens next to eachother and the only difference I noticed was that in SM 3.0 the water was a little less blue. Nothing else was any different except that. Stop exagerating stuff just to favor your brand.
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post #102 of 124
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Originally Posted by sccr64472
And just what do you think the process is to have Microsoft test and sign off to give WHQL support? A fee and you implied perhaps that was why they failed the test. I'm still looking for the test review I read that showed the failing, but I have 1 last quick question while I search....You mention the Slideshow as having zero credibility,but then, you provide proof that is was submitted BY ATI because it says so in the slideshow Do you not see the inconsistency there? Btw, here's some reading showing that Shader 3.0 doesn't have to have hardware support,it can be done with software...
http://www.booyah.com/article03-dx9.html

And this also mentions Nvidia's architecture failing the shader 3.0,which was why they raised their eyebrow when Sony announced it was the basis for their console design...
http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=25950
Again, here's you reading what you choose to read, not what I posted. I did not imply any money in the Microsoft certification. Even if that's true, what bearing would it have? Last I checked nVidia is a larger company than ATi and would more likely be able to pay the fee than ATi...
I never discredited ATi's results, I simply stated that the drivers they were using in their slideshow were a year old. It even says in the screen that the drivers were something from the 6x.xx generation, very old.

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Originally Posted by J3r3my
Pretty noticible difference???? Jori what the hell are you talking about? I put both screens next to eachother and the only difference I noticed was that in SM 3.0 the water was a little less blue. Nothing else was any different except that. Stop exagerating stuff just to favor your brand.
You must be pretty blind then cause it looked pretty significant to me... On the ATi card all of the water had some strange blue tint to it for some reason and the ripples looked sharper on the nVidia card.
    
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post #103 of 124
i wasnt going to say anything origonally, but this poor guy wants opinions on which card he should get, and you guys turn it into a flame war. i think about 3 pages of this 11 page thread is of people arguing. i vote for all of you to drop it, state a final opinion then go read another thread
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post #104 of 124
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wow even after reading all these posts im still undecided do i buy:

6800gt: http://itelectrical.com/catalog/prod...69da502530f6b5

or

x850xt
http://umart.net/au/product_info.php...e9ffaac1400e50

edit: after looking at the screens yori posted after looking closely. the water is obviously much clearer. how ever i dont no waht drivers they are using but it is definatley clearer but more jagged around the edges of the thing in the middle (the hexagon thing)
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post #105 of 124
Quote:
Originally Posted by J3r3my
Pretty noticible difference???? Jori what the hell are you talking about? I put both screens next to eachother and the only difference I noticed was that in SM 3.0 the water was a little less blue. Nothing else was any different except that. Stop exagerating stuff just to favor your brand.
The water is alot better, and at the top left on that triangle metal thing its clearer drawn out. So whatever dude, im sorry that im posting what I see in a screenshot.
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post #106 of 124
You should get the 6800gt and a new powersupply. 240watts is not enough for either of these cards.

Did anyone catch this? These cards need at least 350 watts.
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post #107 of 124
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Originally Posted by YiffyGriffy
You must be pretty blind then cause it looked pretty significant to me... On the ATi card all of the water had some strange blue tint to it for some reason and the ripples looked sharper on the nVidia card.
Somewhat but not much. And quit calling people blind because they dont agree with you. Not everyone sits 3" from their monitor.
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post #108 of 124
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Somewhat but not much. And quit calling people blind because they dont agree with you. Not everyone sits 3" from their monitor.
So where are you? 2 ft away?
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i no i need a new psu i think i said it on page 1 or 2 i was looking at the antec trupower2.0 480w.

edit: im gonna go do some work i needed to do like an hour ago. ill b back in like 20 minutes. look forward to reading the help and the flames:swearing:
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post #110 of 124
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Originally Posted by YiffyGriffy
You must be pretty blind then cause it looked pretty significant to me... On the ATi card all of the water had some strange blue tint to it for some reason and the ripples looked sharper on the nVidia card.
No need for an apology Yiffy, I've seen you do this to others. Do you remember saying "Don't start with me, I'll bury you" to a poster that was simply trying to discuss a topic. People come here to learn, not to get bashed by someone with an ego. Here's your proof, I was even able to read it despite being "dumb,deaf,blind,living under a rock,arrogant,ATI aligned, and a misrepresenter of facts."
http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=27084 Btw,that's 150 hours of testing.
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