And the 9800GTX
CUDA Cores 128
Graphics Clock (MHz) 675 MHz
Processor Clock (MHz) 1688 MHz
Texture Fill Rate (billion/sec) 43.2
Memory Clock (MHz) 1100
Standard Memory Config 512 MB
Memory Interface Width 256-bit
Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec) 70.4
Not better some things are the same but it not better. Thats mean not only will well got all i will get more speed because the VC got it own memory and my RAM wouldnt have to be doing but also more processing time ingame and when something new comes out i dont want it to just play i want it to play WITH 40+ Frame Per Second. and you said it your self the GTX is just a super clock version but overclock that to get a GTX while i can over clock the 250 and get way more
to get this
Model GeForce GTS 250
Interface PCI-E X16 2.0
Max memory 1024 MB
Max core clock 738 MHz
Max memory clock 2200 MHz
Max bandwidth 70.4 GB/s
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The GTX 295 it is like 2 Chipsets In in the card with the cooler in the middle......And when u SLI u get Quad SLI but you cant SLI more then 2 and It come with 1792 per Card so SLI is 1792 X2 witch is......Hmmmm 4......8....14 +1......2+1.........3584...Am i right? lol it is a MONSTER for you computer
PS Each chip have it own GPU so it is 2 GPU combine in 1 graphic card and it is not like the 4***X2 no that not like that
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I wanted a new graphic card well because I hate the lag in game .... I also HATE the fact that Simple games stick with me. So i wanted to know will be better for me
I play mostly simple MMORPG
a Few FPS game(Crysis Warhead)
I want to play GTA IV(it plays but LOT OF LAG and when u get to a random place the ROAD JUST LOOK LIKE A MIRROR OF THE SKY(THAT DONT SUIT ME))
Remember I am only 15 yr old I dont make my money i have to save it up
Currently working with
Windows Seven Rating: A FOOLISH 3.5 because graphic card
Power Supply: 500 watt something
Processor: Intel(R) Pentium(R) Dual CPU E2160 @ 1.80GHz (2 CPUs), ~2.17(overclock)
Memory: 2048MB RAM DDR2 667(DDR2 800 overclock)
Hard Drive: 409 GB Total
Video Card: Intel(R) G41 Express Chipset Shader 4.0, 812MB(Edit able 783 lowest higher less ram) DirectX 10 On-board
Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit (6.1, Build 7600) (7600.win7_rtm.090713-1255)
Motherboard: ASUS P5QPL-VM EPU
Computer Case: Full Case
So i wanted to know
nVidia GeForce GTX 260
nVidia GeForce GTS 250
nVidia GeForce 9800 GT/GTX/GTX+
Or take my Brother nVidia GeForce 9600 GT
what bus type do you have, anyways, for a bus type pci i would buy a nvidia geforce 8400 gs
Currently i have that pci 8400 gs.
its decent for most games that dont have to many textures...
combat arms gets rarely above 30 fps most likely my cpu or ram is bottlenecking it...
battelfield 2 runs good on high settings minus my wireless lag
ava runs on low settings with minimal lag
call of duty 2-6 lag like shit though, too many textures, even on low @ 640 resolution...
im using an old pc my friend gave me until i can save up to get my new one
its an outdated agp 8x motherboard and i had a geforce fx 5950 ultra in it before it fried i got impatient and bought the 8400 (wasnt sure if the agp slot was fried also) it was ALOT better performance wise
but it was also a directx9 card not 10 and couldnt handle shader model 2 and above...
so really just look at your motherboard graphics slot, and then determine a price range
look on wikipedia for the in depth nvidia or ati specs
choose the bus type, then see which one has the highest bandwith, texture rendering and also bus widthmory, then just go from there
if you have a 9600 gt that your bro has, id swap that in there, check the specs and see whatsup! thats not a bad card really...
Last edited by lagginswag; 04-12-2010 at 10:12 PM.