G80 VS G92: Med to high end GeForce GFX cards round-up!

One years ago, the most powerful NVIDIA GFX card you can buy is 8800GTX, 8800 GTS 640MB and 8800GTS 320MB. And six month ago, 8800Ultra stands in the top of the hill, but the price is so scary to those people without a deep pocket.

And today, 8800 Ultra have been End of Life cycle, and 8800 GTX/GTS is too old to buy. That’s because some new products available in the market, eg. G9x cards. Anyway, as a first gen of G80 architecture product, GeForce 8800 did a good job in late 2006 to 2007 and now they are fading away. but it is still interesting to round them up with today’s G9x product. Do you still think 8800 Ultra/GTX/GTS can stand in the front of the line?

Page 1: Introduction
Page 2: G80: brand new architecture
Page 3: G80 products
Page 4: Difference between G8X and G9X
Page 5: Test bed and remarks
Page 6: HD video playback test
Page 7: Power consumption test
Page 8: Performance comparison
Page 9: 800GTS 320MB close to 8800GS 384MB
Page 10: 8800GTS 640MB = 9600GT 512MB
Page 11: 8800GTX≈8800GTS 512MB
Page 12: 8800Ultra: the king of single GPU
Page 13: Test data sum-up
Page 14: Final thought

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15 Responses to “G80 VS G92: Med to high end GeForce GFX cards round-up!”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    If i were to build a monster pc right now i’d much rather get three 9800 GTXs against two GX2s, and for about the same price.

  2. Ajai Says:

    Why o dont you use any AMD cards scores in the table like this??? 3870 3850 anyone??

  3. Anonymous Says:

    I hope you will do the comparison between : 9800GTX vs 8800GTX vs 8800GTS

  4. ratbuddy Says:

    Ajai, because it’s a G80 vs G92 article, and the ATI cards really suck wind when you enable AA/AF. Even the 3870X2 can’t stand up to G92 GTS. The HD3XXX series just cannot compete.

  5. max Says:

    the only reason why the g80 gts 320mb did so bad was that it was not overclocked at all.
    What a shame.

  6. Name change: GeForce 8800GS to become GeForce 9600GSO - Expreview.com Says:

    [...] The card’s performance and price are similar to 9600GT’s. (Related: G80 VS G92, med to high end GFX cards round-up). So NV is going to change the name of GeForce 8800GS to 9600GSO, in order to Classify the card [...]

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  8. Video Card Conundrum... - StrafeRight Forums Says:

    [...] the 8800GTS 320 since according to this uber-comparison, it wins in the games I play the most. G80 VS G92: Med to high end GeForce GFX cards round-up! – Expreview.com (9) But then there’s the ol 3850/3870 cards. I don’t know where they fit in to the whole equation. [...]

  9. Is this a good deal, 8800gts 640mb for 120$? - Page 3 - Overclock.net - Overclocking.net Says:

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  10. Steven Eliuk Says:

    Please remember that three 9800 gtx’s only produces about 1.5 teraflops of possible performance where two 9800 gx2′s produce 2 teraflops of performance. So u cant really even compare the two.

    Plus the possibility to add another 9800 gx2 for a total of 3Gb of frame buffer and 3 teraflops of performance.

    Thats not even comparing the number of stream processors available.

    The teraflops talk is directly correlated with the number of stream processors. Where each card has 128 stream processors, the gx2′s having 256 stream processor per card, 3*256 = 768 stream processors, where the 9800 gtx (three of them) would only be 384.

    Obviously there is the added cost:-)

  11. jeffnunn Says:

    Steven,

    You obviously know absolutely nothing about this. Stop lying and making shit up and google the facts quickly. You are spreading incorrect information and probably confusing people like yourself who actually did take the time to google before posting.

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