Last edited by newzhunter; Oct 19th, 07 at 10:27 PM.
It scores alomst same as 8800 Ultra,and beats 8800GTX.
..why did they use that kind of low resolution? It would be more intresting how 8800 GT fares in higher resolutions (Perhaps AA turned on for one test)
This test doesn't tell us much.
Last edited by Niceone; Oct 19th, 07 at 09:36 PM.
This just demo, no AA and AF, how to see how is the card performing?
I truly hope that the GT doesn't score that much once AA and other graphics features are turned up. Else I kill myself for getting the GTX so soon...
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wa... 8400gs loses to 7300gt ar...
sian... i was thinking of buying 8400gs sia... (cuz i nd low profile card)
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Might be something to do with the next-gen engine on previous-gen cards.
And the end product is usually more optimized than an unfinished one, but in Unreal-style release fashion the finished product will have even higher quality settings than the demo. Lets just wait and see.
Imagine: 2x 8800GT's for less than 1 8800GTX and almost 50% more performance, WOOT!!!
strange too fgrom the looks UT more love ati then nivida
when UT when loading say its love nivida rofl
got to wait until its offical and see how too
this bench feels abit biased.. but if its that good, and the price is below $400, i'd get 2 to sli