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    9600GT & 8800GS benchmarks

    I came across this website that compares the 9600GT, 8800GS, 8600GTS and HD3850.
    just scroll down to see the list of games
    http://aberrantech.com/?p=424

    looks like the 9600GT is about the same as the 8800GS in most cases, and sometimes even better, and the 8800GS isn't too far behind the 8800GT. seems like good news?

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    Eagle101 Guest
    it does seem like good news, what do u think the price tag will be on the 96GT? but this news sounds good anyways good find tomeis!

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    i honestly don't know what the price would be... i'm thinking like MAYBE $200 - 300?

    that new 3870X2 is like $450 so I'm basing the estimate on that

  4. theyre probably going to slash the price on the 8x00 series just cause of that

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    Eagle101 Guest
    that will be nice! then i can get another GTX!

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    looqas Guest
    9600GT does not seem to be a huge improvement to me. I wonder what their specs will be besides the memory.

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    Eagle101 Guest
    i think slightly better than an 88gt with specs higher clocks mebeh and higher number of stream processor.

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    Trevortt Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by Eagle101 View Post
    it does seem like good news, what do u think the price tag will be on the 96GT? but this news sounds good anyways good find tomeis!
    I rekon about 200

    9600GT does not seem to be a huge improvement to me. I wonder what their specs will be besides the memory.
    - 65nm process technology at TSMC.
    - Over one billion transistors.
    - Second Generation Unified Shader Architecture.
    - Double precsion support (FP64).
    - GPGPU native.
    - Over one TeraFLOPS of shader processing power.
    - MADD+ADD configuration for the shader untis (2+1 FLOPS=3 FLOPS per ALU)
    - Fully Scalar design.
    - 512-bit memory interface.
    - 1024MB GDDR4 graphics memory.
    - DirectX 10.1 support.
    - OpenGL 3.0 Support.
    - eDRAM die for "FREE 4xAA".
    - built in Audio Chip.
    - built in tesselation unit (in the graphics core"
    - Improved AA and AF quality levels

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    Quote Originally Posted by looqas View Post
    9600GT does not seem to be a huge improvement to me. I wonder what their specs will be besides the memory.
    well, no, because you've got an 8800 card. the 9800 should be the big improvement you're looking for. The x600GT series are usually mid-range, so the fact the 9600GT, which will hopefully be mid-range compared to the 9800s, is up to par with 8800GS/GT is a good sign

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    Eagle101 Guest
    W0w thnx trevortt for laying that out, the fact that its a nine series it shouldent be bad guys it should be the best mid range card around and its packing as trevortt posted 1gig of GDDR4!! now thats awesome for a mid range card!and the price 200GBP aint that bad for a next gen card!

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