6800GT vs 6800GS... Vote now...

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by repapips2004, Nov 22, 2005.

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6800GT or 6800GS

  1. 6800GS

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  2. 6800GT

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    54.6%
  1. chazly413

    chazly413 Maha Guru

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    i dont got 03 lol i dont feel like downloading it, but i may.
     
  2. HeavyH20

    HeavyH20 Master Guru

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  3. chazly413

    chazly413 Maha Guru

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    hey hey my amd @ 2420 whooped your intel at 3723 at cpu test :p
     
  4. bbvdd2

    bbvdd2 Maha Guru

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    Umm... I don't run the CPU test. Pro User :p So how did your chip whoop me in the CPU test?
    and check the sig. Intel 3.4 @ 4+Ghz was one of my old chips. I have three Opterons now, all can run over over 3GHz. Just waiting to find some 512MB 7800GTX's in stock so I can finally go SLI.
     

  5. chazly413

    chazly413 Maha Guru

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    no i was talking to the tests that the guy quoted, they werent yours i dont think, and sigs dont show up for me for some reason
     
  6. The Fallen

    The Fallen Maha Guru

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    Im thinking about buying a card but what's faster when both overclocked??
    I can get GT for cheaper than the GS but with just the bare card and no warranty

    450/1200 16/6 GT ?
    530/1300 12/5 GS?
     
  7. chazly413

    chazly413 Maha Guru

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    do the math,
    450*16=7.2 (gp or mp/s?) 1200*256/8=38.4gb/s
    530*12=6.4 (gp or mp/s?) 1300*256/8=41.6gb/s

    btw those core clocks seem a little extreme.
     
  8. bbvdd2

    bbvdd2 Maha Guru

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    You are comparing possible extreme overclocks. Not a good measure when trying to compare daily performance.
    At stock the GT is more powerful than the GS.
    The GS may have more potential when overclocked.
    If I had to buy either today, I would buy the GS.
     
  9. Busta

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    :lol: So the reviewers @ this site and nearly all other sites that have reviewed the 6800GS cards are/were wrong :lol: I'll email you next time I need info on a new card, since you kno something that the guru's and many others don't know. ;)
     
  10. bbvdd2

    bbvdd2 Maha Guru

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    http://www.techseekers.net/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=4455
    Keep drinking the kool-aid

    If you actually read the reviews they are pitting a overclocked GS against a Stock 350/1000 GT.

    I'm not saying its a bad card though. Its a very good card. Just @ stock clocks the GT is faster, thats all.
     
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  11. Marley

    Marley Don José Cuervo

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    Well after reading the review done by Hilbert here at guru, 425mhz is a nice core clock since the card is 110 process instead of 113 they can get higher clocks out of it for less power and heat buildup so in Hilberts review it is not OC'd. But it will never beat a GT it can only match it with a higher core. The GT is still the better card with it's 16pp/6vp and clocked at 425mhz will definatly beat a GS at the same clock. I have gotten my card to 425mhz easily (and higher) but of course that is on Watercooling. I would be interested to know what voltage the core runs at on the GS if it is low you may be able to get 500mhz out of it with more voltage. The big difference is the process used to make the wafer, it is newer and has to be better but since it is nutered in the PP/VP area it will never beat a GT, only match it.
     
  12. zhackore

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    so what you're saying Marley is that you voted GS, and thought GT was better right right??
     
  13. Marley

    Marley Don José Cuervo

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    No I voted for the GT because it is a better card all around b/c of the xtra pipes. But the GS is a really good card and if you are looking at purchasing right now go with the cheaper of the two b/c they are identical in performance.
     
  14. chazly413

    chazly413 Maha Guru

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  16. Clements

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    6800 GS has slightly less performance when both are stock, but since it's made on a smaller process, it'll produce less heat and have less power draw. It's also cheaper. The performance difference is negligible, even with both overclocked, so it has to be the 6800 GS.
     
  17. guardz

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    bs.

    How can it 'own' the GT, go read up more son.
     
  18. khelben

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    Yea the GS hasn't pwn the GT, they are just about the same thats all.
     
  19. dan182

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    just ordered my GS and it didnt come with cod2! .. nevermind lol...
     
  20. satrab

    satrab Master Guru

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    OCed 6800GS on a (yes) Sempron 2500@1,9Ghz (****y Twinmos ram...)
    and
    6181 in 3Dmark05
    13049 in 3Dmark03

    Not bad, we will se on some other CPU...
     
    Last edited: Dec 21, 2005

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