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Poll Results: 7600GT or X1800GTO

 
  • 48% (38)
    7600GT
  • 51% (40)
    X1800GTO
78 Total Votes  
post #11 of 65
7600GT. The X1800GTO comes no where near "Owning" it, and the 7600GT matches the GTO's performance even though the 7600GT has a 128-bit memory interface. Plus, Volt mod the 7600GT, and I would expect that you could get performance between a 7800GT and a 7900GT.
post #12 of 65
The X1800GTO as it Has SM3 and it has a much better Memory Interface you will see a benefit in games Because of it.
post #13 of 65
i really like my 7600gt, they both are neck n neck performance wise, i got the 7600gt cos its cheaper, and doesnt require any external power.
http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/200...1800gto/5.html
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post #14 of 65
Quote:
Originally Posted by iker0
i really like my 7600gt, they both are neck n neck performance wise, i got the 7600gt cos its cheaper, and doesnt require any external power.
http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/200...1800gto/5.html
As it is Cheaper and Doesnt Require External power then maybe the 7600 is the one to go for ..its all about you Preference about them as they are both performing the same really.
post #15 of 65
Get the X1800GTO, the 7600GT card isnt powerfull enough to even utilize its sm3 without taking a big performance hit.
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post #16 of 65
Quote:
Originally Posted by SiPex
Get the X1800GTO, the 7600GT card isnt powerfull enough to even utilize its sm3 without taking a big performance hit.
I dont agree, what makes you say that?
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post #17 of 65
Quote:
Originally Posted by SiPex
Get the X1800GTO, the 7600GT card isnt powerfull enough to even utilize its sm3 without taking a big performance hit.
Havent Heard of this..Why do you say this and where did you hear it..Out of interest.

Here is a review on the 7600gt:http://www.legitreviews.com/article/312/1/
Here is a reveiw on the X1800GTO:http://www.bjorn3d.com/read.php?cID=890
post #18 of 65
my vote is on the X1800GTO, gets decent clocks and has a 256 bit bus....however I would wait till the 8 series comes out from Nvidia....DX10 and alot more powerful.....thats at least what I am doing
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post #19 of 65
Get a HIS X1800GTO and unlock to X1800XL ?
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post #20 of 65
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dr_Fil
Get a HIS X1800GTO and unlock to X1800XL ?
Well as the GTO only Comes with 12 Pipes active i can Assume they can be Unlocked and therefor be the X1800XL. I dont know how long that Will stay for though as either the Pipes are already Faulty and cant be used or they can but ATI will become wise to it and Modify the new cards coming out.
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