Published on 15th March 2006 by
How do you weigh up X800 (XT, PE, GTO, XL) v X1800 (XT, PE, GTO, XL) v X700 (XT) v X600 v 6800 (Ultra, GT) v 6600 (GT) v 7600 v 7800 (GT, GTX)? And, more's the point, where on earth does the 9700 Pro fit into all of this now?
Originally Posted by MiNiMaL_FuSSFrankly i'd love to see some benches of some slect products ranging form the 9800pro to the nu 7900.
we live in hope.
Originally Posted by MiNiMaL_FuSSim using a massively clocked 9800xt right now.
moving to 939 soon as AM2 comes out and drops the prices abit, doubt i'll so SLI as frankly my 9800 plays every nu game fine still.....
x800 or 6800 seems like the next logical step.....but how does nu mid range like 7600 etc compare to them?!? so many cards now, it all used to be so simple :(
Originally Posted by mattytMammoth 11 hour flight?
My fiance lives in San Francisco (i'm in the UK).
Originally Posted by AwokenTestings not the problem, its equivalence of the supporting system that presents a problem. To use an AGP card you would need to change chipset which could throw a spanner in the works. If you split the testing amongst individuals then you apply multiple perspectives to a single piece unless you specify benchmark only. Even then everyone would have to use the same hardware. Bit does an excellent job, we just have to patient and wait for the fruits of their late nights!
Originally Posted by RotoSequenceThe solution in that case is to maintain as close to identical builds and benchmarks as possible. Its not THAT horribly difficult to scrounge up NF3 motherboards these days. :)
Originally Posted by LogicalJester"A crazy, crazy month"
So Crazy that no one else could write another article for 3 weeks...?
At this rate I might have to resort back to buying one of those "mag-a-zines"...
Originally Posted by LogicalJesterSorry, I should have been more specific, I was referring to the columns.... like the one this thread is about.... :D
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