X1800GTO beats 7600GT in 3DMark

"X1800GTO beats 7600GT in 3DMark"

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The X1800GTO is looking to be a total winner for ATI.

We have found out that:

"in 3DMark05, the 7600GT scores around 6,050 and the X1800GTO hits around 6,700"

Now if that is not VERY exciting news then I do know what is! This would mean that all efforts by Nvidia in the mid-upper range cards would not be as good as we have seen in the reviews.

Of course we take these with a pinch of salt until we see for ourselves...but if this card does what ATI are promising and ATI price them right....they will be a killer card
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13-03-2006, 07:22:31

PV5150
Love it kemp,grats to ya it's super tasty :worship: . Lot's n lot's of glowy goodness always gets me going :)

13-03-2006, 07:49:47

Ham
Nice job mate. How far you intending on pushing the opty?

13-03-2006, 08:30:18

Raging
/me wants watercooling:yumyum:

nice job kemp looks schweeet;)
now paint that other fan you lazy beeetch :p

13-03-2006, 09:20:34

Kempez
Thanks guys

I am gonna try some OC'ing today and see how I go. If the IHS needs to come off then it needs to come off ;)

And as for the fan...imma getting rid of the panaflo on the rad as its faaaar too noisy. I'll most likely get another Vantec. If I can find my orange UV paint then I'll pimp out both the fans ;)

13-03-2006, 10:01:15

youpla
congratz, very nice and clean W/C...
aare you planning to add your gPU in the loop?

13-03-2006, 10:04:06

Kempez
I think I will wait for G80/ATI's next gen before adding the GPU to the loop :)

13-03-2006, 14:19:07

jiffz
All I gotta say is gorgeous mate! :yumyum: Good job! A 20' fountain coming out of your rig would be an interesting feature! :D

14-03-2006, 00:19:23

Eguy
Yeah baby, welcome kemp :D looks fab. :D

17-03-2006, 13:46:27

Carbine
Might be a little late but i would've had the loop like this:

Pump-Rad-CPU-Res-Pump

and the T line wherever you want it.

But thats just my opinion

17-03-2006, 14:04:34

Kempez
Hi mate!

I don't have a res..but the idea is that it goes pump-cpu-rad-pump

This should get rid of the hot water from the CPU straight away :)
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