7600 GT or 6800 Ultra ???

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by kernell3200, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. orion24

    orion24 Master Guru

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    Considering the fact that the 7600GT will be running with a PCI-E--> AGP convertor and that the same convertor cost the 6600GT AGP, 10% performance loss to its PCI-E twin (of course it had 900MHz memory vs 1000, but I don't think this was much of a reason for the 10%), I expect the 6800U to be a bit faster.

    Then it is the power requirements and the thin overclocking capabilities of the 6800 Ultra are not reasons that I would ignore myself.
     
  2. ultimate360

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    I'd still rec a 7600GT. If I scored it I would give it a score of 10/10 too.

    Oh!!! My 500th post!!! Yea!!! Let's celebrate!!! :p :p
     
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    moab600 Ancient Guru

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    YAPEKYA IGI!!!! CONG MAN :)
     
  4. ultimate360

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    lol. Now that's the sprit! :p
     

  5. allesclar

    allesclar Ancient Guru

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    whoops hehe i got mixed up, i meant HDTV decoder so you it can support high defivinition video. I read it off nvidia's site.
     
  6. allesclar

    allesclar Ancient Guru

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    ive got my ultra mem running 300mhz more and loads of people i know have easily hit 1300mhz on there memory, what cards do you consider having good overclocking caps?? hehe
     
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    allesclar Ancient Guru

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    lmao i sent it last nite and i was very tired.
     
  8. LordAboveAll

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    Defivinition you take that class too? :)

    EDIT:
    Don't go with PNY like Dudecat64 said their warenty is for when the card is in production, But other manufactures like BFG or EVGA warrentys are for the life time of the product of the original owner.
     
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  9. LordAboveAll

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    Yes kernell3200 go for the 7600GT.
     
  10. Burnt_Ram

    Burnt_Ram Ancient Guru

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    i recommend the 6800U. why ? because of the 256bit mem interface! once you start to use AA the 128 bit 7600GT lags behind alot ;)

    If you want the video processing unit on the card to work, get the 7600GT .. the 6800 series have a broken VPU unfortunately ... other than that, get the 6800U. i have one in my wifes PC and it plays all my games well with AA and AF @ 1024x768, and some games even 1280x1024 ...
     

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    what you guys are all fogetting is at $150 for the ultra is a damn good deal. If money was the problem then ultra if not then 7600gt which im yet to find as AGP in the shops
     
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    considering how much of a power hog the 6800ultra is..even if its cheap, go for the 7600GT
     
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    6800u, Hell I have a 6800GS unlocked and OC'd to Ultra levels. LOVE IT!
     
  14. FlawleZ

    FlawleZ Ancient Guru

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    How can you justify the 6600GT PCI-E had a 10% advantage over the AGP?
     

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