NVIDIA vs RADEON

Discussion in 'NVIDIA Graphics Cards' started by mbjork, Nov 9, 2003.

  1. toddsmack2k

    toddsmack2k It Never.....

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    The 9800 XT without a boubt. I just reviewed the 5900 and the 9800 Xt is def faster. I play Nascar myself and the 9700 runs dead even with the 5900 in that game so get the 9800 or wait a bit for the newer cards.
     
  2. Bootstritty

    Bootstritty New Member

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    Well My 5700 Ultra works great for me I have had no problems but only play a few games like BF1942 and mods,half-life and mods,Ghost recon and Americas army

    the only cards I have ever had are nVidia
    GForce2 MX400
    GForce4 MX440
    GForce FX 5600 256
    GForce FX 5700 Ultra

    I run 1024 X 768 32 Bit and leave the Antiliasing & Antisotropic filtering set at application controlled

    I don't like the fact that the card is Nine inches long (whitch is longer than older 5900 ultra"s) almost hits my HDD and I have an Antec 1080 SOHO cace SOHO= "small office home office" for you who don't know
     
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  3. gpuica

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    i have a ti4200 128mb (yes i kno its slow) running on a 1.5 (yes i kno it sucks) P4 w/256MB ram (yes i kno its not a lot) thats 2 years old

    i just installed the omega drivers and the performance just shot up (im talkin 10-30 fps in nfs:u demo)...i couldnt even play it before, id get to the first curve and itd all slow down to 10-15 fps...now i get at least 25 or so...havent checked 3dmark

    i was wondering, are omega drivers for nvidia better than those for ati? or do they chage quality/performance more than the ati ones do? i was thinking that nvidia would reach radeon performance/quality with the omega drivers

    will check NFS4 benchmarks...

    :duh: :duh: :duh: :sigh:
     

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