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Originally Posted by nugget
GS wins my vote
wins mine too, until I see what the revised version of the x1600xt brings us

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Originally Posted by Pinhead-227
Ok, so that throws out the 6800XT. I guess it leaves it up to the 6800GS vs. the X800GTO2...

There's XFX 6800GS for $205:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814150118

And eVGA 6800GS for $205:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130258

And Gigabyte 6800GS for $199:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814125218

GTO2:

Newegg has it for $219 here:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814102634

And here for $208:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814102645

And here for $211:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814102646

What's the difference?
You can flash the x800GTO2 to an x850xtpe, cranking up performance majorly.
    
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You can flash the x800GTO2 to an x850xtpe, cranking up performance majorly.
Not any more you can't.

6800GS. Performance around that of a 6800GT and supposedly highly overclockable. Also fairly chep for what it does.
    
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Not any more you can't.

6800GS. Performance around that of a 6800GT and supposedly highly overclockable. Also fairly chep for what it does.
You can still flash the GTO2. Youre thinking of the GTO.
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You can still flash the GTO2. Youre thinking of the GTO.
I believe it's the other way around. The GTO2s are now using the R430 X800XL core, while the Connect3D GTOs still use the R480 X850 cores.
    
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Ok im here you can all relax.

Get the XFX 6800gs from the egg. Overclocks usually to about 520/1200 which puts it past an Ultra in everything from 3dmark to fear. Its 12 pipes, but the speed makes up for the lack of + it is very optimized (why it does so good) SM.3 .

If you go GS you always have the options to SLI which = reallly f'in good. Past a stock GTX easily. But one must have the PSU to support this.

ANYWAY, GS all the way. XFX
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Ok im here you can all relax.

Get the XFX 6800gs from the egg. Overclocks usually to about 520/1200 which puts it past an Ultra in everything from 3dmark to fear. Its 12 pipes, but the speed makes up for the lack of + it is very optimized (why it does so good) SM.3 .

If you go GS you always have the options to SLI which = reallly f'in good. Past a stock GTX easily. But one must have the PSU to support this.

ANYWAY, GS all the way. XFX
Not consistantly, only maybe a few times. A 7800GTX is a better buy.
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