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Monday, 29 October 2007 16:58

Gainward Geforce 8800GT faster than 8800GTS 640MB - 3. Gaming

Written by Sanjin Rados


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Review:
Bliss 8800GT 512MB TV, the top of its class

 

Gaming

We used the latest official drivers, and we opted for maximum detail settings.

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Geforce 8800GT exceeded our expectations in Company of Heroes. It might be the drivers that resulted in such good results. Let’s see how it handles the rest.

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HD 2900XT wins on first resolution settings, and on the rest of the test it gave Geforce 8800GT a good run for its money.

Geforce 8800GTX increased the performance gap, and it’s definitely the best card for F.E.A.R. Geforce GTS is a bit slower than Geforce 8800GT, but we know that 8800GT is its successor.

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This game confirms that Geforce 8800GT is better than Geforce 8800GTS and that ATI can’t handle this Nvidia’s game quite well.

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Again, we see a small margin separating 8800GT and Geforce 8800GTX. We used maximum detail setting and the details are so numerous that they would simply overwhelm most of today’s graphics cards. We see that Gainward Bliss 8800GT managed to score more or less playable FPS on 2048x1536.

 

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