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terry

FPCH New Member
Joined
Mar 4, 2008
Messages
1
#1
if you were to get two cards, which will you get from the list below
1) 512MB XFX 8600GTS PCI-EXPRESS DUAL DVI
2) 512MB GAINWARD BLISS 8800GT PCI-EXPRESS 2xDVI
3) 512MB GAINWARD BLISS 8800GTS PCI-EXPRESS 2xDVI
4) 512MB XFX 8800GT ALPHADOG XXX PCI-EXPRESS DUAL DVI
Note 1) 675Mhz Core Clock, 2Ghz Memory Clock, 256MB Bit
Also what does pipelines mean 65 112 ect
 

JEBWrench

FPCH Member
Joined
Jan 8, 2008
Messages
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Location
Aperture Science
PC Experience
Operating System
Windows XP - Media Center Edition
#2
The GTS cards are slightly faster, so you should factor in price too. If the GT cards are only a little cheaper, go for GTS, if GTS cost an arm and a leg more, go GT. The difference in performance isn't that significant.