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I guess you have a great card because I haven't heard many people reach GTX speeds.

BTW the GTX has 4 extra pipes, so that throws out your argument right there.

If an average 150fps in CSS gameplay 60fps in NFSU and 99fps in BF2 all with max settings and AA/AF is considered losing in gameplay i will take that any day
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post #22 of 39
Quote:
Originally Posted by Peroxide
I've noticed that x1800xt beats the 7800 GT in benchmarks, but in actual game play it seems to fall behind.

Optimized for benchmarks to appear better than it is?
it most definately seems so.
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post #23 of 39
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Originally Posted by |talian $tallion
I guess you have a great card because I haven't heard many people reach GTX speeds.

BTW the GTX has 4 extra pipes, so that throws out your argument right there.

If an average 150fps in CSS gameplay 60fps in NFSU and 99fps in BF2 all with max settings and AA/AF is considered losing in gameplay i will take that any day
I know it has 4 less pipes and I wasnt trying to prove that my GT was a GTX unlike when you said your XL was like an XT. 4 Less pipelines dont mean much when I can make it up in clock speeds and my framerates prove that I pretty much have a GTX running with a FX-57
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I think it's pretty funny how much you guys care about the difference between 90 and 100FPS. You all have amazing cards that runa ny game well over 60 FPS at max settings. Quit fighting.
post #25 of 39
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Originally Posted by |talian $tallion
I wont argue that at stock speeds the 7800gt is better, but an overclocked x1800xl will beat an overclocked 7800gt any day in most games/benches

I guess I forgot to mention that mine is overclocked

And the link you gave me proved that I was right, look at the attached screen LOL...

PS They didnt even overclock the memory, so I wouldnt even go by those screens
I find it kinda odd that the 850 beat out the 7800. Anyone else?

And I agree with the above posters. They're both great cards. I wouldn't kick either one outta my case.
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Originally Posted by Namrac
I think it's pretty funny how much you guys care about the difference between 90 and 100FPS. You all have amazing cards that runa ny game well over 60 FPS at max settings. Quit fighting.
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post #27 of 39
I'm not arguing over the 10 fps difference. I'm jsut trying to prove that benchmark scores don't really equate to better framerates in gameplay, and then other stuck is brought about OC'ing the card.

I know the x1800 is a good card but I dont think it should be touted that it's superior
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post #28 of 39
Quote:
Originally Posted by Namrac
I think it's pretty funny how much you guys care about the difference between 90 and 100FPS. You all have amazing cards that runa ny game well over 60 FPS at max settings. Quit fighting.
I find it odd how I can't tell the difference between 90 and 100 or most things above 60.
    
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post #29 of 39
hey Gator what cooling do you have on that 7800GT? I have the same card and mine only likes 485/1260
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post #30 of 39
That's because there is no difference. the human eye can tell no difference between 70 FPS and 200 FPS. Most monitors can't refresh that fast anyway.
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