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Thread: GeForce FX 5800 Ultra vs. Radeon 9800




  1. #11
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    Yer i thought 17.5% was bad. Anyway i voted 9800. damn thats gonna kick arse
    What the fcuk happened to my sig?

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    NV35 is "supposed"to be twice as fast as the NV30...:blah:
    Hahahahahaha:rofl:
    As I voted, sign me up for a 9800 Pro !
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    Man, and *I* thought I had it bad at 8%... unless you order online... then it's 0% tax. :p

    The US, the land were **** is cheeper and it is our *God* given right to blow up other people's ****.

    EDIT: I've been editted! :P

    P.S. I'm from NY... kids curse much worse than that :D

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    It's all about the 9800 Pro 256meg for me. :lips:
    :cheers: :bounce2:

    ...and I am definitely going to buy it from a store which is out of state from me, to avoid the sales tax!

    Edit:PS:: easy on the language Smokey, there are little chilluns on this board! Oh, what the heck am I talking about. I've got a terrible mouth also. Hi Kettle, you're black. ;)
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    * AMD XP 2600+ @2277 on an MSI K7N2-L * 2x 256meg Corsair PC3200 XMS Platinum in Dual Channel mode @ 3,2,1,2.0 * ATI Radeon 9700 Pro * 4x IBM 180GXP 60gig RAID 0+1 on a Promise Fastrack100 * 1x Western Digital WD800JB 80gig with 8mb buffer on mainboard IDE *Soundblaster Live! * Samsung SW-248B CDRW with 8mb buffer * Sony DDU1621 DVDR * Enermax EG465P-VE 431watt PSU * 23.1" Sceptre X23s-Naga LCD * Chieftech windowed case with glowing ide cables * pic1 * pic2 * pic3 * pic4 * pic5 * 9700 * 3Dmark03 5432 * 3Dmark2001SE 17K club member * the sweet spot *

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    Quote Originally Posted by revenant
    It's all about the 9800 Pro 256meg for me. :lips:
    :cheers: :bounce2:

    ...and I am definitely going to buy it from a store which is out of state from me, to avoid the sales tax!

    Edit:PS:: easy on the language Smokey, there are little chilluns on this board! Oh, what the heck am I talking about. I've got a terrible mouth also. Hi Kettle, you're black. ;)
    damn :shoot3:

    what processor are you running. plus you are running twinbank ddr memory if im are correct. I'm new see and still doin the tests!!!
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    200mhz X 11.0 = 2.205GIG
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    I'm running an XP 2600+ (AIUGB stepping) at 2277mhz (182 fsb) and yes, twin pc3200 modules in dual channel mode. They are Corsair XMS platinum chips, very very good ram. I run my timings more agressively than I've seen anyone else run, and it's rock solid stable. All this nfo is in my sig, actually. :) Cheers!

    PS:: your sig is HUGE, d00de. :eek:
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    * AMD XP 2600+ @2277 on an MSI K7N2-L * 2x 256meg Corsair PC3200 XMS Platinum in Dual Channel mode @ 3,2,1,2.0 * ATI Radeon 9700 Pro * 4x IBM 180GXP 60gig RAID 0+1 on a Promise Fastrack100 * 1x Western Digital WD800JB 80gig with 8mb buffer on mainboard IDE *Soundblaster Live! * Samsung SW-248B CDRW with 8mb buffer * Sony DDU1621 DVDR * Enermax EG465P-VE 431watt PSU * 23.1" Sceptre X23s-Naga LCD * Chieftech windowed case with glowing ide cables * pic1 * pic2 * pic3 * pic4 * pic5 * 9700 * 3Dmark03 5432 * 3Dmark2001SE 17K club member * the sweet spot *

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    http://service.futuremark.com/servle...projectmanager

    When i run Sandra 2002 and Sandra 2003 Memory Module Benchmark test. Sandra shows my memory running at 133mhz which in effect 266mhz is equal to what my CPU runs at. When in actual fact my memory is running at 166mhz. But surely with this Asus mobo i should be able to run memory at seperate speeds to CPU an vice versa. My 3d Mark Score was actually performed in 133mhz mem bus settings. So maybe my processor is slowing this score down and in fact my mem.
    Lian LI PC60
    (2 intake 80mm ADDA/3
    exhaust 80mm ADDA)
    EG465P-VE Enermax Dual fan PSU 465watt
    Asus A7N8X Dx ver2.0 C1007 latest bios
    AthlonXp 3200+ Barton
    Xms Corsair 3700PT TwinX paired 2x512@200mhz
    200mhz X 11.0 = 2.205GIG
    creative audigy 2
    Asus V8460 U Ti 4600 Dx
    CPU full load 28C
    Case full load 24C
    Western D HDD 120gb
    XP Professional current best- crap
    11682 marks=xp best performance settings @ 2500+ 166mhz x 11.0X = 1.83GIG

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    With nForce2 boards, you always want to run your memory at a 1:1 ratio to the FSB. I have tried all the settings many times, and even though the FSB is lower in mhz sometimes, it's always the best performance setting. Woot!
    :cheers:
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    * AMD XP 2600+ @2277 on an MSI K7N2-L * 2x 256meg Corsair PC3200 XMS Platinum in Dual Channel mode @ 3,2,1,2.0 * ATI Radeon 9700 Pro * 4x IBM 180GXP 60gig RAID 0+1 on a Promise Fastrack100 * 1x Western Digital WD800JB 80gig with 8mb buffer on mainboard IDE *Soundblaster Live! * Samsung SW-248B CDRW with 8mb buffer * Sony DDU1621 DVDR * Enermax EG465P-VE 431watt PSU * 23.1" Sceptre X23s-Naga LCD * Chieftech windowed case with glowing ide cables * pic1 * pic2 * pic3 * pic4 * pic5 * 9700 * 3Dmark03 5432 * 3Dmark2001SE 17K club member * the sweet spot *

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    W/ an nforce2 board you should be able to manipulate the multiplier to the point where you can run at a 166FSB (or higher:D) - rather than 133

    at 11x166=1833 I score about 300-400 pts. more in 3DMark, than when I'm running at 13.5x133=1800 no matter how I have the memory set up.

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    ....and you may need to unlock the CPU to do that. :)
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    my rig: Shyznat
    * AMD XP 2600+ @2277 on an MSI K7N2-L * 2x 256meg Corsair PC3200 XMS Platinum in Dual Channel mode @ 3,2,1,2.0 * ATI Radeon 9700 Pro * 4x IBM 180GXP 60gig RAID 0+1 on a Promise Fastrack100 * 1x Western Digital WD800JB 80gig with 8mb buffer on mainboard IDE *Soundblaster Live! * Samsung SW-248B CDRW with 8mb buffer * Sony DDU1621 DVDR * Enermax EG465P-VE 431watt PSU * 23.1" Sceptre X23s-Naga LCD * Chieftech windowed case with glowing ide cables * pic1 * pic2 * pic3 * pic4 * pic5 * 9700 * 3Dmark03 5432 * 3Dmark2001SE 17K club member * the sweet spot *

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