Radeon HD 3870 Vs Nvidia Geforce 8800GT
IF ATI truely manages to get 5 times the number of cards out first week than NV has so far, and they are priced $179-$229, it's bad news for NV for But running low in supplies is forcing prices on the 8800GT up, whereas there is going to be plenty of supplies with the HD3k series. But now they can't supply it because they were stupid and rushed the release just so they could beat AMD/ATi to it. GeForce 8800 GT The question on everyone's mind is how well does the 3870 stack up to the recently launched GeForce 8800 GT? have a peek here
Average office noise is 50dB. It also is made up of 320(64x5) SPUs, 16 Texture Address Units, and 16 ROPs. monsterrocksNov 15, 2007, 7:58 AM itotallybelieveyou said: Catalyst 7.11 was a good one... The higher the memory bandwidth, the better the card will be in general. http://www.game-debate.com/gpu/index.php?gid=54&gid2=14&compare=radeon-hd-3870-vs-geforce-8800-gt
Ati Radeon Hd 3870
Just a little tip... the new ati card doesn't look that impressive at all. Honestly I could care less, still using a GTX anyhow but I would prefer ATI to release a faster video card than the GTX which will no doubt offer better image
Power Consumption Final Words Tweet PRINT THIS ARTICLE Post Your Comment Please log in or sign up to comment. There are other benchmarks that are/were done with these components (spider) and the results weren't nearly as mediocre. Geforce 8800's are better than Radeon 2900's and 3xxx's so they try and lower the price and capture the budget division. NOTE i didnt oc it, my friend did, so dont ask how...*i know its **** but i made it get 60 avg fps on HL2 with full settings 8aa, no antistropic
Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Nvidia Geforce 8800 Gt A good 500 watter should do the trick the yetiNov 15, 2007, 11:49 AM monsterrocks said: Funny thing is, 7.9 improved performance on HD 2xxx series by a good deal; and Here is Anandtech's comparison of the HD3870 vs 8800GT The 8800GT only managed on average a 15% increase in performance. http://www.anandtech.com/show/2376/6 You can't find an 8800GT.
Also I would like to ask you whether you have used the same demo for both cards or you were playing a game and therefore testing a game in different situations? IF ATI truely manages to get 5 times the number of cards out first week than NV has so far, and they are priced $179-$229, it's bad news for NV for Once again making the HD3870 a better deal. Whats the point?
- Sounds like AMD/ATI are following the same route.
- The 8800 GT version features 112 SPUs clocked at 1.50GHz.
- maybe thats because this ati card is so new.
- I'm Australian myself.
- by techPowerUp! (Mar, 2008) VS older Released February, 2008 ASUS GeForce GT 8800 700 MHz512 MB GDDR3 If the chart is right, the HD 8870 could begin offering performance close to
- And even when AA is enabled the HD3870 still runs strongly.
- ATI must be screwing something up in the firmware, drivers, memory management or something.
- But the GT is nowhere to be found.
Nvidia Geforce 8800 Gt
It features 112 SPUs as well as 56 Texture Address Units and 16 Rasterization Operator Units. You are saying that the ATI Radeon 3870 is better than the Geforce 8800GT, even though the Geforce 8800Gt was anywhere from 10% to 75% faster. Ati Radeon Hd 3870 That's what I read. In DX10 its a solid alternative giving the 8800GT a good fight but DX9 forget it.I know you cant stop progress but it seems ATI are looking at the big picture
pauldhNov 15, 2007, 1:32 PM If only dual 3850's did this to the ultra across the board!http://www.legitreviews.com/article/591/3/ cherie22984Nov 15, 2007, 1:39 PM http://www.anandtech.com/video/showdoc.aspx?i=3151 pauldhNov 15, 2007, 1:50 PM Wow, looking at navigate here Dude, that's my point. 8800gt might be a better card, but the ATi Hd38xx series has got numbers on it side. So why don't you just shut your sorry smart-allick mouth? fans) I wondered if that has changed since AMD bought them out...
In case when they were comparing average fps the radeon had the same results as GT card. The Ram will be one the graphics card and the hard drives will just plug straight into the card. So when you sum it up, the HD3870 is simply a better deal, and keeps getting better as the 8800GT's price keeps rising due to lack of stock and high demand. Check This Out Report it here Planet Coaster 2 System Requirements Rise of The Tomb Raider System Requirements Grand Theft Auto 5 - Can your PC run GTAV?
Dead Rising 4 Requirements - How well can your PC perform Dishonored 2 System Requirements - Can your computer run Missing Games - Please tell us about missing games CIV 6 There out of stock now apparently, I just heard about it on futuremark forums. SeikentNov 15, 2007, 9:26 AM I want to see how performs crossfire with all the combinations (2 cards only for now xD).
For that we must do a little numerical analysis; the table below shows you what percentage of the 8800 GT's performance the Radeon HD 3870 delivers: 3870: % of GeForce 8800
That's a £70 headset down the drain then IanCutress: @RyanSmithAT @nexusCFX https://t.co/pFbb3eWI0r RyanSmithAT: @nexusCFX No, they can. ROPs (Raster Operations Pipelines - also called Render Output Units) are responsible for drawing the pixels (image) on the screen. qmalikNov 15, 2007, 9:13 AM monsterrocks said: Your the one in denial dude. It didn't say but I bet its PCI Express 2.0 isn't that the only interface this card is released in?
It simply is a better bang for the buck. Nov 17, 2007 #17 Stick'o ram TS Rookie Posts: 178 Sorry, am I bad I was comparing it the Geforce 8800 GTX and Ultra. I still want to see the real prices of the cards. (I'm not a fanboy xD, just want that ATI gives a fight for the sake of the consumers) mactronixNov 15, http://hcsprogramming.com/radeon-hd/radeon-hd-7970m-vs-geforce-gtx-580-desktop.php It would be like if AMD released Althlon X2's then a couple of months later Intel releases Pentium D's.
VS Sapphire Radeon HD 3870 ASUS GeForce GT 8800 Join the discussion Differences What are the advantages of each Reasons to consider the Sapphire Radeon HD 3870 Report a correction Higher I think NV should be shaking right now. Meanwhile, ATi has 250,000 units ready and will have another 150,000 by Christmas. Similar to the C2D to the X2's, people spend money on the cheaper C2D's and over-clock them to outperform ALL X2's.
NV released a sweet card, but overall they screwed up IMO for the reasons you mentioned. At least these may come bundled with a game... Nov 15, 2007 #7 Ares878 TS Rookie Nvidia Geforce ownz Radeon Nov 15, 2007 #8 kpo6969 TS Maniac Posts: 710 The best price/performance one is the 3850, looks like the maybe thats because this ati card is so new.
Thanks in advance Petr Reply SmoulikNezbeda - Thursday, November 22, 2007 - link Dear Anand, I would like to ask you what exactly results in individual games represents. Related Reads AMD gives Radeon graphics its own division in business reorganization AMD launches huge Radeon Instinct platform for machine intelligence AMD reveals mid-range Radeon R9 285, yours for $249 starting pidesdNov 15, 2007, 3:33 AM qmalik said: the question is should you really be looking that forth at this stage? It would be interesting to see how 3850 CF (~$110 cheaper than 3870 CF) performs against a 8800GT (a 8800GT isn't much cheaper for now), do they work at a decent
It's just why hurt your launch by announcing those things? TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. Radeon HD 3870 Feb 26, 2008 ATI Radeon HD 2600XT vs Nvidia GeForce 8600 GTS Sep 12, 2007 Nvidia GeForce GTX 480 SLI vs. Should this be the case, I am confident AMD can deter many potential 8800 GT buyers with the 3870.
the 8800 gt is looking like it will still beat the crap out of ati's latest flagship. a better buy...but yes as of now some retails are selling the 8800GT for wayyy too much...i got lucky. solved GIGABYTE NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost OC 2GB GDDR5 vs Sapphire AMD Radeon HD 7850 2GB GDDR5 solved Sapphire Radeon HD7950 3GB OC Edition V3 vs EVGA GeForce GTX LOL, close but not close enough.