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I have an 8800GT. It is a touch slower than the GTX and Ultra.

I'm sure there are still people with 8800GTXs around... isn't the Ultra an overclocked version of it?
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8800 Ultra, The one card I wish I could say I've had the pleasure of owning

One day, One day one will be mine...
Edited by antuk15 - 2/8/11 at 1:16pm
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Originally Posted by XX55XX View Post
I have an 8800GT. It is a touch slower than the GTX and Ultra.

I'm sure there are still people with 8800GTXs around... isn't the Ultra an overclocked version of it?
The 8800Ultra was developed by having the top-of-the-class G80 GPUs and higher quality Samsung RAM. There were not a lot developed and those that were priced over $200 more than the 8800GTX for an MSRP of $829. On average the 8800Ultra was about 10-15% better than an 8800GTX.

Here are the only spec differences between the two (aside from cooler and RAM chips):

NVIDIA GeForce 8800GTX

Core Speed: 575 MHz
Shader Speed: 1350 MHz
Memory Speed: 1800 MHz

NVIDIA GeForce 8800Ultra

Core Speed: 612 MHz
Shader Speed: 1500 MHz
Memory Speed: 2160 MHz
Edited by Open1Your1Eyes0 - 2/14/11 at 9:23pm
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http://shop.ebay.com/?_from=R40&_trk...All-Categories

You can still buy one at a reasonable price.
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Free bump. xD
    
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If my memory is ok, nowadays an 8800Ultra should perform pretty like a ATI 4870 or similar cards. Not a bad performance for a really old card.
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8800 Ultra was the fastest GPU not so long ago.
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8800 Ultra was the fastest GPU not so long ago.
Yeah.

Before the 580 we had the 295, before that we had the 8800 Ultra
    
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I was so pist when they came out...i bought my SLI of 7900GTO(Flash to GTX) about 5 week before they came out.....
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Yeah.

Before the 580 we had the 295, before that we had the 8800 Ultra
Lol no, the GTX 260 was faster. The 9800 GTX = 8800 ULTRA at a much lower price point.

It was really just a 8800 GTX with a slight OC which could be achieved on air in 2 mins.
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