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  • 8800mGTX Sli benchmarks

    ok, so im considering giving my daughter gpu a parent. how nice. lmao anyhow could anyone with a dual 8800mGTX in Sli system gimme some scores from 3dmark06? would love to see some numbers. my single puts out on avg 9745 marks. thanx all!!

    Sager np9262: 17" 1920x1200wuxga, E6850 Core2duo 3.0ghz 1.3ghz fsb 4mb L2 cache, 4mb 800mhz ram, 1x nvidia geforce 8800mgtx 512mb gpu, 3x100gb hdd 7200rpm, Raid 0, vista ultimate x64 os, tv tuner, x-fi 7.1 sound card, triple fan cooler, 2.0 webcam
    Sager np9262: 17" 1920x1200wuxga, E6850 Core2duo 3.0ghz 1.3ghz fsb 4mb L2 cache, 4Gb 800mhz ram, 1x nvidia geforce 8800mgtx 512mb gpu, 3x100gb hdd 7200rpm, Raid 0, vista ultimate x64 os, tv tuner, x-fi 7.1 sound card, triple fan cooler, 3Dmark06 9745

  • #2
    baregod, i'd love to but 3DMark06 Basic won't let me change the reso to 1920x1200 and since that's my native, there just isn't any legitimacy in the marks...it's frustrating!!!

    pat!
    Sager 9262 by XoticPC-17" WUXGA 1920x1200; Core 2 Quad Q6700, 8 MB Cache, 2.66; 4 GB RAM; 2x GeForce 8800mGTX SLi; Raid 5; 3-200 GB HD, 7200 RPM, 16 MB; Vista Ultimate; 2.0 cam; TV Tuner; Built in Creative Sound+X-Fi 7.1 Card; Painted/personalized!

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    • #3
      pad11 You dont run 3dmark06 with 1920x1200 res.. Do it default and compare with others with same system.

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      • #4
        i mean, i would, but i don't do ANYTHING at that resolution, so the numbers don't mean much PLUS since it isn't my native reso, it may, indeed affect those #s...I'd really like to see it w/ my native!!!!

        pat!
        Sager 9262 by XoticPC-17" WUXGA 1920x1200; Core 2 Quad Q6700, 8 MB Cache, 2.66; 4 GB RAM; 2x GeForce 8800mGTX SLi; Raid 5; 3-200 GB HD, 7200 RPM, 16 MB; Vista Ultimate; 2.0 cam; TV Tuner; Built in Creative Sound+X-Fi 7.1 Card; Painted/personalized!

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        • #5
          awwww, lol its ok. was just wondering. not really wantn to spend 800.00 or better on a 2nd gpu if it isnt worth it, and well numbers really dont lie... ttyl
          Sager np9262: 17" 1920x1200wuxga, E6850 Core2duo 3.0ghz 1.3ghz fsb 4mb L2 cache, 4Gb 800mhz ram, 1x nvidia geforce 8800mgtx 512mb gpu, 3x100gb hdd 7200rpm, Raid 0, vista ultimate x64 os, tv tuner, x-fi 7.1 sound card, triple fan cooler, 3Dmark06 9745

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          • #6
            It really doesnt matter what res you use.. 3dmark is just a program where u can see if ur system performance is optimal to others with same system or to enlarge your e-pen if you got a good system.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by readeh
              It really doesnt matter what res you use.. 3dmark is just a program where u can see if ur system performance is optimal to others with same system or to enlarge your e-pen if you got a good system.
              Or maybe it's a good way to determine how well your system can run games?

              a system that gets 10000 is obviously going to play games better then a system that gets 6000.

              anywho, I'm also interested in seeing the numbers of SLI 8800m vs single. Then again, since my current single 7900 GS in my Inspiron plays CoH, Shadowrun, Vanguard, medal of honor : airborne, UT3, Sup-com, and many other newer games, i'm sure the single 8800m is more then enough for everything exept crysis. But even my Inspiron can play Crysis on 1280 x 800 and medium settings. So i'm not too worried about it.

              I Might buy another 8800m in the future if there is enough of an increase in performance and if the price ever drops under 500 bucks.

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              • #8
                im with u on that. lol

                Sager np9262: 17" 1920x1200wuxga, E6850 Core2duo 3.0ghz 1.3ghz fsb 4mb L2 cache, 4mb 800mhz ram, 1x nvidia geforce 8800mgtx 512mb gpu, 3x100gb hdd 7200rpm, Raid 0, vista ultimate x64 os, tv tuner, x-fi 7.1 sound card, triple fan cooler, 2.0 webcam
                Sager np9262: 17" 1920x1200wuxga, E6850 Core2duo 3.0ghz 1.3ghz fsb 4mb L2 cache, 4Gb 800mhz ram, 1x nvidia geforce 8800mgtx 512mb gpu, 3x100gb hdd 7200rpm, Raid 0, vista ultimate x64 os, tv tuner, x-fi 7.1 sound card, triple fan cooler, 3Dmark06 9745

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Sanosukeafo
                  Originally posted by readeh
                  It really doesnt matter what res you use.. 3dmark is just a program where u can see if ur system performance is optimal to others with same system or to enlarge your e-pen if you got a good system.
                  Or maybe it's a good way to determine how well your system can run games?
                  That's what i said but dont put your trust on 3dmark 100%
                  The HD2900XT scored higher 3dmarks than the 8800gtx but in real performance it didnt have a chance.

                  Still resolution doesnt matter if 98% of the people use default settings.

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                  • #10
                    Ah, well I don't compair ATI to Nvidia with any program or game. Nvidia knows how to make solid cards that work great for all games. ATI has given me nothing but trouble every time I make the mistake of buying one.

                    I wonder why people still insist on buying from ATI? Their prices aren't even great considering the quality of the junk they push out to the public.

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                    • #11
                      In my opinion ATI is a necessary evil. They are someone to keep Nvidia on their toes technology-wise and price-wise. With no competition any business will become greedy and complacent with second rate products.
                      Sager NP5792
                      Alienware M11x-R1
                      WUXGA Glossy
                      11.6" WXVGA Glossy
                      2.4GHz Core 2 Duo
                      1.3GHz CULV Core 2 Duo OCed to 1.76GHz
                      GeForce 8800GTX
                      GeForce GT 335m
                      4,096 DDR2 667 Memory
                      4,096 DDR3 800 Memory
                      200 Gb 7200 RPM SATA 150
                      128 Gb GSkill Falcon SSD
                      64 bit Vista Home Premium
                      Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium

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                      • #12
                        Nvidia has a good product yes. The 8XXX series cards are very good and have been for a long time. However the 8800 GTX still is the best hi-res SLI card out there due to the memory. The 9XXX series are nothing but warmed over 8XXX series chips.

                        ATI is more than a necessary evil. Everyone seems to forget ATI has trumped Nvidia a few times over the years. 9700 Pro was an animal of a card and it took Nvidia a few years to catch up. The same is happening now for ATI. The 8XXX series cards were smoking, and ATI is playing catchup.

                        I look to ATI to put out a really good part this summer when they release their next gen, 4XXX, cards. I think AMD could really do a heck of a job building laptop chipsets if they want because they can do it all in house.

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                        • #13
                          well said my friend, well said.
                          Sager np9262: 17" 1920x1200wuxga, E6850 Core2duo 3.0ghz 1.3ghz fsb 4mb L2 cache, 4Gb 800mhz ram, 1x nvidia geforce 8800mgtx 512mb gpu, 3x100gb hdd 7200rpm, Raid 0, vista ultimate x64 os, tv tuner, x-fi 7.1 sound card, triple fan cooler, 3Dmark06 9745

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                          • #14
                            ATI sometimes comes out with "faster" cards, but quality of their products suck. I remember buying an ATI card years back and it wouldn't play some games for months untill drivers solved the issue. Then the next year I tried to buy another ATI card and it came to me DOA, so I sent it back RMA and the replacement was DOA too....

                            ATI gives Nvidia competition sure, but simply put, only because people are dumb enough to buy it.

                            And now we got Intell coming on board with the Larabee GPU. Even if it is faster then whatever Nvidia card is out at the time, I garentee compatability issues are going to be a huge problem. When it comes down to it, Nvidia is the only way to go. It's always been that way, and it always will be.

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                            • #15
                              Wauw we got some nvidia fanboys in here.. I got a nvidia card myself but i'll rather buy ati, hopefully ati will come out with some good stuff later this year.

                              dont you think DOA happens for nvidia sanosuke? lol.

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