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Evga 8800gt rma?

Q: Evga 8800gt rma?

My EVGA 8800gt is experiencing major issues, so I will be RMAing it shortly. I was wondering which card you think I will get in return? Anyone RMA one recently?

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A: Evga 8800gt rma?

Probably a direct replacement.
EVGA will probably tell you what card you'll be getting once you get the RMA ticket.

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/evga-8800gt-rma.154954/
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I have an 8800GT OC nvidia card from BFG. I want to go to dual gpu's. I can't find the same card I have, can I get a EVGA 8800GT OC card and will it "dual-up" with my BFG? I understand all the 8800GT nvidia cards are pretty much identical other than the name on it.
Thanks! Jeff
 

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A buddy of mine ordered a 8800gs and I was wondering if a fan from an 8800gt fit on his card. The reason I ask is that I am about to install an aftermarket cooler for my 8800gt and I was thinking about giving him the fan off of mine. My guess is it will work, but I might as well ask. Thanks in advance.
 

A:Will a fan from a EVGA 8800gt fit on a XFX8800gs?

I suppose it will... After your friend tries to install it, tell us how it went
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/will-a-fan-from-a-evga-8800gt-fit-on-a-xfx8800gs.100924/
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I will be building a gaming pc and I cant decide between these two cards. I was going to get the 8800gt but I've read that they get really hot because of the single slot cooler. What I want to know is how much cooler the gts is than the gt and how much faster it runs. Also what do you think is a better brand, evga or bfg?
 

A:evga 8800gt vs bfg 8800gts 512mb (G92)

Choose a 8800GT with a dual cooler design. Difference in price is about $50~60 between the 8800gt and the 8800gts/512. At least both are now under $300.

Heres a good review: http://www.anandtech.com/video/showdoc.aspx?i=3175&p=4

gee.. not much difference. :0
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/evga-8800gt-vs-bfg-8800gts-512mb-g92.690735/
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I know that 8800GT is definitely a better one, but I'm not sure about the manufacturer, what are your experiences with Club3D, and is it better to give 30EUR more and get this card instead of 9600GT.
I don't plan to buy anotherone in 2-3 years and I have 19" LCD wide...
BTW, I will use E4600, so will it enable me to use 8800GT to its full potential?

This is the model in question
Club3D CGNX-G882DDF 8800GT 512MB GDDR3 HDTV TV+2DVI 600/1800
 

A:Club3D 8800GT vs EVGA 9600GT SC

Yes, the 8800GT will be used to its potential, although i would get a BFG. just personal choice.
 

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Hey guys and gals,

I bought this mobo back in July and have not used it yet. It's the A1 680ISLI and I am not sure if It supports the new PCI 2.0 interface. Any suggestions/Answers???

THX
 

A:Does the EVGA 680ISLI MOBO support the 8800GT

The 8800GT should be a PCI-e x16 interface, so as long as the mobo has that then you'll be fine.

Basically everything you can get these days has PCI-e x16 on it so it will most likely be ok

If you're not sure, google for pictures and compare what you have on the board.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/does-the-evga-680isli-mobo-support-the-8800gt.95334/
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Well i have just ordered a few new items for my pc, to allow me to play cod4, crysis etc
on high details. I was wandering as my motherboard has an unbuilt graphics card if i would have to disable this somehow? and if so anyone help me with that? Or wether it would just go straight in and be used instead of the inbuilt card. If anyone could please help with this matter i would much appreciate it! My cards due on Wed-Fri. Thanks MoiRa
 

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after many trial and errors with the fans.. i finally figured out why my PC is still so loud.. well the NB chipset cooler on this motherboard (eVGA NF43) is very loud for a little tiny fan. so i decided to replace it with passive cooling.. such as the Zalman ZM-NB47J
http://www.zalman.co.kr/eng/product/view.asp?idx=71&code=014

Question is.. i have a 6600GT right by the chipset cooler.. will the zalman fit in there? i kno it wont with the 7800GTs but im not sure how much longer ther PCB's are on those cards.. maybe someone can help me =]
 

A:eVGA 6600GT + eVGA NF43 + Zalman ZM-NB47J = happy? or not?

After looking at my 6600gt, the picture of the motherboad, and the picture of the cooler, I don't think it will work. You use the blue pci-e slot right?
I guess there are several options. If your chipset stays plenty cool you could try slowing the fan either using a software program, or by using a manual fan speed controller. Or I've seen people with the same heatsink and a similar board layout cut some of the spokes(or bend them), so that it wouldn't interfere with the card. There also might be replacments with a fan that is quieter available.
 

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I am running windows Home Premium 64bit. I just did a fresh install and when I ran the WEI the computer rebooted. I can run it with out being in SLI mode, but as soon as I enable and refresh the computer reboots. I am wondering if it is caused by the power supply. I have a rosewill RP650 2 psu. Newegg.com - Rosewill RP650-2 650W ATX12V v2.3 & EPS12V v2.91 SLI Ready CrossFire Ready Active PFC Power Supply

What are your thoughts?? I have the latest drivers and again this is a new OS install.

A:Evga GTX 260 SLI with Evga x58 mother board reboot issues

Hi and welcome to seven forums

How recent is the SLI? Have you just added the 2nd card?

Could you tell us the rest of your system specs or fill them in on your profile.

Do both cards work fine if you just have 1 installed?

Sounds like it could be a power issue if so.

Cheers

Paul.

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I ordered a 7800GTX "KO" with EVGA ACS3 cooling (bigger cover for heatsink fan and card) I also will have it as well the cpu on liquid cooling I am hoping to get near 2.7-2.8 alot with same core doing 2.7 - 3.0 on 64x2 4800 and not going to oc the already higher 490/1300
 

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I'm trying to build a reasonably priced SLI machine. I currently have 1 BFG 8800gt OC2 512mb card, i could buy another but i was wondering if i got a run of the mill 8800gt and OC'd it, would it be the same. The lowest i see 8800gt OC2's is $160 and the normal 8800gt's at around $100.

i was also wondering if a 550W Rosewill PSU would be sufficient enough to run two 8800gt's

your help is much appreciated,

-pingpongmury
 

A:8800gt OC2 same as OC'd regular 8800gt?

550W Rosewill PSUClick to expand...

Rosewill powersupplys have very bad quality, even if it can run your cards, it might not last long.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...2010320058 50002177 113142556&name=501 - 600W
exactly which powersupply is it, there are about 10 rosewill 550's.

Yes, the cards are the same, though I think you will have to find an older 8800gt and not a 9800gt, those are actually getting quite rare as they are all being replaced by 9800gt's. If your new card can't stay stable at the same speeds as the one you have now, I think you should clock it down to match.
 

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I have ECS GCT-M Motherboard Intel Duel Core cpu w power supply gigs ram I ran a gt for about years until it broke I wanted to replace it with a gt but didn t know if I had the requirements I wasn t trying to play anything state of the art on it Just wondering even at medium settings no 8800GT? Enough for overclocking or anything if it would be Enough for 8800GT? okay on my system Thanks for all your help I ve been reading tons of information about it I was just going to get another gt or the Ati equivelant if an gt would not work Edit Just noticed it was pci-express which my motherboard does not support Anyone have a tip on best Ati Enough for 8800GT? card I could use that dosen t need Thanks for all your help I ve been reading tons of information about it I was just going to get another gt or the best Ati that would work on my system nbsp

A:Enough for 8800GT?

What's your powersupply?
Whats your budget?
You have a PCIe, thats a start.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/enough-for-8800gt.152880/
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Hi, I have a question. I recently bought a Corsair 450-Watt ATX PSU for my 8800GT. Will this be enough to run my 8800GT? My pc specs are below. Also, will this video card run a 22' LCD monitor running at 1680X1050 resolution? I had a 19' LCD, but would like to get bigger for gaming. Will I notice any quality loss by going bigger. Also, what is the difference between a single layer DVI cable and Dual layer. Is my processor or anything else inadequate for this setup?

Microsoft Windows Vista-Home Premium Edition (x32)
Genuine Intel(R) CPU 2140 @ 1.60GHz
2.00 GB Memory
250GB Hard Drive
CD-ROM Drive with Burner
NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT
Thanks
John
 

A:PSU for 8800GT

It will be enough. It's quite a bit over the minimum. Would be just enough for a Radeon 4850 too (better than any geforce 8800 card (GT, GTS, GTX, Ultra)) If you want to be secure and not push the psu to the limits: WAIT a MINUTE! OCZ StealthXtream 600W's price has taken a great hike up the dollar cliff. Even the GameX 700W is cheaper now!

But a conclusion to your actual question: YES.
To the other question, depends on the games you play and the resolution of the 22" monitor. Ah. 1680x1050 Yes, it'll be quite fine. If you don't want 80 FPS in Crysis on high settings.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/psu-for-8800gt.764716/
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i have a stock dell 375 w psu with +5v-22OA and +12va-18OA and -12V-220a and +12vb-18oa. Now heres the thing my current card is and 8800 gs and my psu though under the card's req my psu still run perfectly with my comp. The previous owner of my comp assure me that Nvidia put too much req on their card and to not wrry if ur card is under the req just a little it will run fine. Can someone please help me?
 

A:Will an 8800gt run on my psu

Yes, but possible not for long, or else not so well. The Dell is a good power supply, but it was designed for existing configuration. The risk is that something could fail that could make the experience expensive. You can get a more powerful power supply and install it yourself... You have to be careful that the new power supply is about the same size in length, width, and height... and that the power switch is in the right place. You can find a large variety on www.directron.com that show photos of the PSU's they sell. There are likely other sites that will also let you see them. Look for a 450 watt or greater from a good company. We like to use these in Dells: Sparkle, Seasonic, FSP Group, Corsair, OCZ, Antec, and evenCooler Master... as long as they have that power switch and cooling fan in the right place. There are 87 different power supply company brands. Only about 19 of them are truly good ones.
 

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Hey guys i just got my xfx 8800gt exteam edition card !

This this is such a step up from my 7600gt!!

My 3dmark 06 score is 11902 total. it used to be 3000

I Have so many games to test out, including crysis.

Its clocked at 640 by 1950 512 mb.

Ill post back soon with my new fps in games!
 

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since it is PCIe 2.0 does that mean that it will not fit on a X16 mother board?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130303
 

A:8800GT Help!

i7weenie said:

since it is PCIe 2.0 does that mean that it will not fit on a X16 mother board?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130303Click to expand...

From my research PCIe 2.0 is backwards compatible with a reduced bandwidth, it should still fit PCIe 16x
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/8800gt-help.645411/
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Hello everybody Even though I am pretty glad of my GPU I just cannot continue to think that I have any chance to run all the new games that are becoming available with a and half years What after a 8800GT? old GT don't you agree Today I manage to run Crysis and Battlefield in high ultra high and get between and fps avg fps Although AvP runs as well What after a 8800GT? and almost every games I have which are not old at all C is not dangerous for a graphic card forget what you have learned since today But there's always a 'but' good times is finished and Metro has just killed my poor video card with a headshot saying quot I got you this time quot It made me come to the conclusion that I had to change the GPU as quickly as possible end of the introduction Now I will do it in speed mode PSU only W but quality hardware don't want to change if possible Usefulness no hardcore gaming just amusement and to make ALL the newest softs running with at least fps Money that's the main problem in fact The student standard of living is pretty low every-one knows it lt I think Heard about and GTX also read many threads included on this forum but I would like to find THE agreement between price and quality Wheither O C is possible to get better performance I say it's always a pleasure for me Dx Dx just don't care of a ridiculous difference in the th pixel m behind me joke inside I can barely wait but if you tell me that Nvidia is gonna release the best middle-end card ever for in months I say YES That's all folks A big thanks to any helper

A:What after a 8800GT?

hm... you could either shoot for ati or wait for nvidia

http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/73219-what-after-8800gt.html
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Q: 8800gt

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Hello... I got a XFX 8800GT Alpha Dog Edition xxx and its PCI-express 2.0... i have PCI-Express 1.0.. how much better is it going to be if i have 2.0?? like in % or any thiing?

And my GPU Fan its on 100% all the time.. dont know why .. but maybe because its overClocked.. from Clock 600 to 670 and Memry from 1800 Mhz to 1950.. maybe thats why..
 

A:8800GT Need help

There will not be any difference whatsoever. The 8800GT doesn't even use 1/2 the bandwith of PCI-e 1.0. PCI-e 2.0 is changing the bandwith from 2.5Gbit/s to 5.0Gbit/s, and allows for the graphics card to draw more power. You won't see any difference with the 8800GT and a PCI-e 2.0 motheboard vs. PCI-e 1.0 motherboard.

EDIT: To change your fan speed, download and install RivaTuner. With that utility you can set the fan speed to whatever you want.
 

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Hey, recently I have been thinking about building a new computer, and I would really like to put an 8800GT in it, due to its low price and relatively high performance. I have been looking around on newegg, and the cheapest one is around 270 dollars, and I have heard that it is supposed to cost closer to 200 dollars. Does anyone have any recommendations for where I could get an 8800GT rather cheaply? Thanks!
 

A:Where To Buy 8800GT

$200 8800GT 256mb should be out in the next 2 weeks. The 512mb can be up to $309. They were sold out for the most part on Mon+Tues of last week.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/where-to-buy-8800gt.90955/
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Hey im building a new gaming computer and im stumped. I got pretty much everything done, except for me video card. I was trying to stay kinda cheap, but thats hard. I don't no if i really need a 8800GT or if i could go like 8600 or 8700... because 8800GTs are really spendy. Im okay with running games like Crysis on medium settings, or even high end low settings, i don't need to run it on high. so in simple form, do i really need to take the extra step and buy the 8800GT? or just use like a 8700 or 8600?

Thanks in advance.
 

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hey mates,
i've been surfing around looking for 8800gt cards and i've noticed that i can save about $50US if i get the normal clock speed version of some of them. is the factory OC really much of a factor vs OCing it myself
?
also, they are all pci 2.0, as far as i KNOW my mobo is a pci x16, am i going to need to upgrade my mobo (ecs nforce 570 slit a 5.1) before i can get a new card? if i can't use it whats the best card i can get for under $300US? (preferably around $250US)
 

A:Saving a bit on an 8800gt?

the pci-e 2.0 version will work in your motherboard fine, the new mbbs being produced today have a faster slot and that is it although it is still a pci-e16 slot.
here is the link to the cheapest 8800GT I know of although newegg has lots and if u look they will have like u are looking for

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814150264
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/saving-a-bit-on-an-8800gt.96197/
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Hey guys,

I have a few questions,bullet pointed.

I currently have a GTX 460 768mb graphics card,Its awesome!,But i also have a Asus 8800GT Graphics card lying around unused.

Do you think pairing a GTX 460 + a 8800GT for Dedicated Physx would be a good idea?
It would mean id have to get another mobo with 2x Pci-e X16 slots but on ebay there are occasionally good deals and i could sell my old one.

Also would i still get DX11 if i used a DX10 card for Physx?
Would the 8800GT bottleneck the 460?
Could my power supply handle the load? (OCZ StealthXStream 600w)
Thanks

A:Gtx 460 + 8800gt (Physx)

Running an 8800GT as a Physx card would be fine. You'd still get DX11 capabilities in DX11 games, as well as some increase in performance if you're playing heavy Physx games such as Mafia 2. It won't bottleneck your 460. Once you get it up and running. Just have a search for some Physx reviews for a general idea.

http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/118973-gtx-460-8800gt-physx.html
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I have the Geoforce 8800GT and I was looking through the Nvidia settings when I noticed an option for anisotropic filtering. which currently appears to be set at "Application Controlled" but there are options for 2x 4x 6x and 16x. I am going to take a wild guess here and say since the card can go to 16x, I might want to switch to that?

I play mostly BF-2 and I remember seeing a setting in there for I believe anti aliasing which I "THINK" is set at only 8x. Then again I am not 100% sure. The game itself might only have the ability for 8x. So should I set this to 16x?

Thank you

P.S. Ok I just checked in my BF-2 settings and the anti aliasing only goes as high as 8x.
 

A:Geoforce 8800GT

Forced anti-aliasing may have a higher impact on the performance than ingame controlled anti-aliasing, and may not look as good as ingame AA, yet, go ahead and try. It should look better, and should run fine with the combination of an old game and a decent card.

If there's some problems using the forced 16x, you might also want to try D3DOverrider to set the AA value to 16. May or may not work better.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/geoforce-8800gt.810644/
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I am sporatically getting a BSoD with my computer. I am not sure what exactly is causing the problem, but I believe it may be my video card.

The error report is as follows

BCCode : 9c BCP1 : 00000004 BCP2 : 8054D5F0 BCP3 : B2000010
BCP4 : 00010C0F OSVer : 5_1_2600 SP : 2_0 Product : 256_1

I have updated every driver on my machine.
I have update windows XP, which is the operating system I am currently using.

Any advice as to what may be causing this problem would be greatly appreciated.
 

A:BSoD with new 8800gt

What drivers did you install with the Nvidia 8800GT? If the drivers were off a supplied CD, go to the Nvidia website and get newer drivers from there
 

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I overclocked my 8800gt From 600/1500/900 to 700/1704/975.

The heat isnt too bad as i have uped the fan speed from 25% to 60% or 80%
Its about 50 C Not gaming and goes into the low 60's when gaming.

I want to overclock too 700/1800/1000 But thought i ebtter get a better coolling first.

Im on a tight budget and need cooling! Lol
Any ideas?

Cheers.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/cooling-for-oc-8800gt.723530/
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Hey everyone first time posting here read around and saw some helpful posts for people so I decided to register and ask here Sorry for the long post I m pretty lost So Here is my current system - Asus A N-E nForce BIOS revision - gig of DDR RAM - MSI ATI x XL mb -bit - AMD Athlon ghz - Raidmax atx v w came which Mobo 8800GT: PSU? CPU, New and with the case I ve had this system since October I have decided to finally upgrade my Video card and decided on an gt after reading all the reviews I could I New 8800GT: which CPU, Mobo and PSU? found it on Tigerd rect com for after rebate and had a gift card to TD so all in all the gt cost me I decided on this over the HD that was the same price My problems I do not think my PSU can handle the new vid card I heard that my will severely bottleneck the GT If I replace my processor I might as well replace my mobo as well I guess maybe one that supports SLI If I get a DDR mobo I ll need to get DDR RAM my A N-E only supports DDR So basically I have VERY limited money I have about to spend on the mobo RAM PSU and processor I m not even sure if thats possible I am looking for the best SLI capable PSU for cheap at least w I am looking for the best SLI capable mobo thats compatible with gt for cheap I am looking for a decent processor maybe C D that falls in that price range Ever since my first computer i have had AMD Would I get better price to perfoamnce with Intel Sorry for the crazy long post and about whining for help I just don t know what to get or whats compatible with each other My current rig I got off IBuyPower so I didn t have to make sure everything was compatible they did that for me ANY help would be appreciated xRome New 8800GT: which CPU, Mobo and PSU? nbsp

A:New 8800GT: which CPU, Mobo and PSU?

SLi isn't necessary unless you want to have a dual graphic card setup, so unless your planning to get 2x 8800GT you won't need it. Anyway these bundles both have SLi and both support the memory and power supply.

AMD

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3645851&Sku=MBM-M2N-6400

Intel (If its to expensive or want even better look for the core 2 duos.)

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3720333&CatId=1599

Memory (Really any DDR2 667mhz or 800mhz will do you.)

I don't know just how different the performance will be but even though the AMD processor has a higher clock speed the Intel on will still be very similar and in some cases faster.

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3281625&CatId=3409

Power (Power supply you can look around as well, 500 or more should do.)

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3482959&CatId=1079
 

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Even with RivaTuner, my 8800GT always gets hot. I have a Xion Onyx case with a rear exhaust fan and two side fans. It's not the most ventilated of cases, but it's ok. When I do open it up, though, it's pretty hot inside (my case is very clean, by the way). I'm wanting an extra fan for it, but I'd rather not replace anything on my card, just add something to my case. This looks perfect, and reviews said that it can make quite a difference in temperatures. I've also heard good things about the DuOrb and the Zalman VF700, but both of those require replacing the card's fan, which I'd rather not do. Can anyone give some advice? I'm not expecting freezing temps, just something below 92.
 

A:Cooling for my 8800GT

Can anyone help?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/cooling-for-my-8800gt.794815/
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Hi, I'm going to buy a GeForce 8800GT and I have a 380 Watt PSU: Seasonic S12 380W.

I'm not sure if it can handle the 8800GT card. Here are specs for the PSU (I'm not good at that stuff so I'll post all I can find that I think could be relevant):

ATX12V V2.0
PCI-E Connector (6P)
+12V1 - 10A
+12V2 - 15A
 

A:Will 8800GT work with this PSU?

Minimum System Requirements

1GB of system memory

Microsoft Windows Vista -or- Windows XP
CD or DVD-ROM drive

50MB of available hard disk drive space for basic driver installation

425W PCI Express-compliant system power supply with a combined 12V current rating of 28A or more (Minimum system power requirement based on a standard PC configured with an Intel® Core?2 Extreme X6800 processor)

PCI Express-compliant motherboard with one vacant PCI Express x16 slot

One 6-pin PCI Express supplementary power connector -or- Two 4-pin Molex supplementary power connectorsClick to expand...

this was taken from tigerdirect on this 8800gt
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3485042&CatId=1839
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/will-8800gt-work-with-this-psu.100342/
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hey all,
i've been keeping an eye on the 8800gt 512 for awhile, waiting for them to come down in price. now that they are starting to i've noticed that evga (and a few others) have a 1gig version.
has anyone seen any comparisons between the two? i'm just wondering if its worth the extra $70US
 

A:8800gt 1gb worth it?

No

http://www.techreport.com/articles.x/14230
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/8800gt-1gb-worth-it.102654/
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i juz bought a 8800gt OC alpha dog edition. it says tat it is an over clocked gpc so does it mean tat it overclocks itself to 640mhz or muz i adjust it manually to overclock? sorry for the noob question =p
 

A:8800gt OC edition.does it OC by itself?

My friend has a BFG 8800GT OC. I'm pretty sure that the product will come already overclocked, and the GPU will be functioning faster than an average 8800GT.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/8800gt-oc-edition-does-it-oc-by-itself.100805/
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would 2x 8600gts cards be worth the money?

the two im looking at @ newegg.com have a core clock of 700mhz
and a memory clock @ 2100mhz gddr3 , only thing im worried about is the stream proccesors, i really dont know how much of a difference the 112 of a 8800gt is compared to the 32 in the 8600gts.

guess my overall question is,

would i get better gaming from 1x 8800gt or 2x 8600gts's?

if i get the 8800gt it would have to be the 256mb memory gddr3 vs
the 512mb gddr3 from the two 8600gts's combined.

thanks in advance,


system spec's these card(s) will be used in :

evga 590i sli mainboard socket am2
4000+ amd cpu 2.1ghz dual core
4gigs (2x2) A-data pc6400
rosewill 600watt sli certified psu
300gb seagate 16mb cache HD
cheap black case with plenty of cooling.
 

A:Cant afford 2x 8800gt's....

I'd get the single 8800gt. The 8800's are much better than the 8600 series. In SLI, the vram doesn't combine, so if you have 256mb x 2, then you still have a "256mb card."
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/cant-afford-2x-8800gts.96115/
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I just recently built a new system and I put a BFG 8800GT 512mb OC video card in it. Before going out and purchasing the latest and greatest in games as far as graphics go, I decided to test the card with F.E.A.R.

With the resolution at 1280x1020, I am able to play with settings completely maxed out. I ran a temperature log and noticed that my card would peak at around 95-96 degrees celsius. How unsafe is it to have the card running at these levels and can I expect the temperature to rise a great deal with games such as Bioshock and Crysis? Thanks.
 

A:8800GT temperature

the problem with that is defining the word "safe". companies say that cards and processors and things can go fairly high in terms of temperature "safely". but i don't think that high of a temperature is very safe at all. you'll end up diminishing the life-time of your card quite a bit.

and yes, you can expect the temps to rise with games like those. the better the graphics, the more the card, processor, and ram have to work. and that means more power, and more heat.

if i were you, i would DEFINITELY go out and buy an aftermarket cooler for that card. you don't want to have downed 250 bucks or more for a card that's just going to go up in flames.

if you had read the warnings in Techspot's review of this card, you'd have noted that this card does indeed generate quite a bit of heat.

but as i said. i'd suggest buying a cooler....like....soon. from zalman. they make great cooling devices. if you want, i can help you look for one on newegg.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/8800gt-temperature.94642/
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i want to 8800gt and it says its PCI express 2.0... i read that PCI express cards will not fit in a conventional PCI slot... what do i have to do to make sure it does fit in my computer
 

A:8800gt PCI question

You have to find out if your motherboard has a PCI-Express x16 slot. It either does or doesn't. Because you ask this question in the first place, we must assume your PC is not self-built. Knowing the PC brand and model you have would help us help you.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/8800gt-pci-question.91196/
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What do you guys think I should do?
 

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A:Best processor to get the most out of the 8800gt in SLI

It depends on what you want to do for. However, You should go with Intel Core 2 Duo E6750, the processor is faster and more energy efficiency, and better overclocking than the AMD +6400, and it is exactly the same price in new egg. Are you doing hardcore gaming?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819115029
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/best-processor-to-get-the-most-out-of-the-8800gt-in-sli.697151/
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I have just got a new 8800GT to replace my 6600GT, and i cannot tell one difference.
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8800GT (its the OC2 one, from bfg. so its better than the normal one!"
3.6ghz Dualcore
2gb ram
380gb hdd
550w psu (the gfx card has its own 250w psu)
1cpu fan, 2 smaller fans circulating air.
1400x900 resolution
windows xp.
im just trying to list anything that would prevent it from running properly.

now i have all the updated drivers, clean install of xp. and i still get 20-30 fps on guildwars, lineage2, dont even go there with UT3 or crysis. cant even handle low-medium on both.
 

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Hi,
I'm thinking of getting an 8800GT (specifically XFX's 8800GT Alpha Dog 512MB 670MHz ). I currently have the PSU that came with my case running w/ my X1800XT, it's Actec's SmartPower 2.0 450W with dual +12 rails having 15V on one and 17V on another. Now I've always been confused on PSU requirements, XFX says I need 22A on my +12 rail so is it both combined (which make 32V) or do I need 22V one a single rail?

Thanks for your help guys!
MyTH
 

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If my PSU is not powerful enough, could you help me out to find a good PSU that will work? Since the video card is about $250, I want to keep the cost down on the PSU, but i know a good quality PSU will cost more. So i was hoping to spend about $60, but i am willing to go up to $80 if needed.

Thanks.
 

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I've searched the internet pretty thoroughly and cannot find the requirements.
 

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A:8800gt or 7950gx2

Yeah...absolutely go 2x7950. That is a great card and two of them would have to be great and better than one 8800 GT. Interested to hear what others may say. G' Luck.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/8800gt-or-7950gx2.92305/
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Thanks!
 

A:Can 8800GT Max Out Crysis?

That card doesn't exist (yet) and won't be cheap.
8800GTX at the moment.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/can-8800gt-max-out-crysis.91043/
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http://extreme.pcgameshardware.de/at...t-img_9913.jpg
http://www.limundo.com/kupovina/Napa...NS-500W/955875

A:Nvidia 8800gt

Yes, that will be more than enough power.

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/130719-nvidia-8800gt.html
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From what I have read it could possibly be my memory as well.

Has anyone else had this problem or have any ideas of what it may be.

Here are my specs...

Vista Ultimate
2048mb ddr2
AMD x2 6400+
BFG 8800gt OC
550w PSU
Foxconn AM2 Mobo w/
570 Nvidia Chipset
500gb hdd
 

A:8800gt Issue

can you tell me the code of the BSOD? if you can i can help you pinpoint the exact problem
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/8800gt-issue.95064/
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Please check out my specs and see if it could power all of that.


Thanks!
 

A:Powering 8800gt in sli

If Nvidia certifies it for SLI, it would be good enough for me.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/powering-8800gt-in-sli.95252/
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A:Will the 8800gt work in a pci e16

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http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/will-the-8800gt-work-in-a-pci-e16.92537/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/8800gt-lag-spikes.711762/
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My card: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130303

My System: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage.jsp?skuId=8532983&type=product&id=1186008217632

Thanks in advance for your help.
 

A:Power to my 8800GT?

really, when it comes to PSU's, you get what you pay for. you will need at very least a 450W PSU with 26A on the 12V rail (if any of this confuses you, let me know )

i'm looking around newegg for your in your budget and i'll let you know how it goes

this is all i've found that's really up to the job so far but it's a tiny bit over budget

what i'm currently going by is looking for a psu that has at least 26A 12V rail but if it works in a different way (which i think it might do) then it will be a lot easier to find a psu. i think it may work by putting the two 12V rail amperages together, because the card gets power from the PCI-e and an auxiliary power connector. e.g. my power supply has 2 20A 12V rails which come together to make 30A so that would be easily sufficient. if this is what i should be going by then this one will do you nicely
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/power-to-my-8800gt.93396/
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However, whenever I restart, the fan speed always goes back to auto. Is there a way to set the fan speed to around 70% permanently? I think the AUTO likes to keep that fan around 29% (which is not cool enough )
 

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9600GT
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814150277

8800GT
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814150253
 

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A:8800GT or 8800GTS (G92)

I thought about getting the Radeon 4850 also, but I heard it runs hot and I didn't want to buy a cooler also. Thanks for the reply though.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/8800gt-or-8800gts-g92.108662/
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I plan on selling an 8800GT in the near future, and I am just trying to guage an asking price. I know the card is a few years old, but its still a gaming card by todays standards.

On a related note, you would say an 6870 is worth the cost over a 6850?

Thanks
 

A:8800GT Resale Value

Hello, Steven
I would recommend buying a 6850 instead of a 6870. Reason: The 6870 is a little bit larger and there actually not so many differences between those. The price is more on the 6870 than the 6850. Also 6850 is for all ur needs. The price for the 8800GT Is currently at about 100$, but i am not sure.... Look it all up urself if u want more information.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/8800gt-resale-value.964735/
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In many broken? 8800gt my Is games my video card I asume it s my card start acting strange after a while Sometimes it suddenly uses wrong textures like putting ground texture on the side of Is my 8800gt broken? a building and building texture on Is my 8800gt broken? the ground Sometimes it also kind of stretches a texture or something like that to form a spike like thingy for just a fraction of a second When this happens I have a few seconds to try to close the game before my computer crashes If I succeed at closing the game I have to restart or it will happen again as soon as i enter a game It seems to be almost garenteed to happen first after install time I run a game resulting in a computer crash requireing a restart It s also more likely to happen when my computer has been on for a while making me think it might be heat but i have tried using riva tuner to speed up the fan and watched the temperature it gets cooler but doesn t seem to make a difference A few times I have been able to close the game and return to windows although the game crashed looks like a computer crash then I get a message about the nvidia display driver crashing So the driver migth be the problem but then again the same thing happens on all operating systems and i also tried getting an older driver still no luck Games where this has happened Warcraft happens a lot in this game but i have also played it a lot so Age of Conan Counter strike Red alert beta well it migt as well be the beta stage in this case Runescape played in the browser using java recently started making use of the video card Most other games i have tried My setup Asus p k e wifi ap Intel quad Q GB RAM MHz corsair Geforce GT x TB hard drives spinpoint F of them in raid Mulitboot XP bit XP bit and vista ultimate bit are on the raid Corsair VX W PSU My gt is from zotac Graphics Processing Unit - NVIDIA GeForce GT MHz engine clock - Stream Processors - Dual MHz RamDAC - Max Resolution x - True -bit floating point high dynamic-range HDR lighting with x full- screen anti-aliasing Memory - MB GDDR - MHz memory clock - -bit memory bus Bus Support - PCI Express x compatible with PCIe x D Acceleration - Microsoft DirectX support - Unified Shader Model - OpenGL I think zotac overclocked it a litle less than amp am I right or is it only the amp edition that is overclocked Is my card broken should I try sending it back to the shop Or is there something else I should try first like underclocking maybe nbsp

A:Is my 8800gt broken?

Yes, try underclocking the card first. If that doesn't work, return it and get a new one.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/is-my-8800gt-broken.115047/
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even with all of that SpeedFan still says my card idles at around 64C and running FarCry 2 all settings max with 2AA i get around 75C

everything else runs cool

if these temps are in fact high im either going to put in a 120mm fan in the side of my case or use a PCI slot fan to help with the temps.

any suggestions or temp comparisons would help out a lot
 

A:BFG 8800GT OC2 temperatures

75C is not that bad. Go ahead with your plans to add the extra fans
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/bfg-8800gt-oc2-temperatures.116822/
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I'm geting a new gaming pc with dual 8800GT SLI.
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P.S I will be doing alot of gaming.

THANKS
MASHED1000
 

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A:VGA waterblock for 8800GT OC2?

there are a few dangerden blocks, you should check on their site.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/vga-waterblock-for-8800gt-oc2.118198/
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Hi all,

Looking to upgrade my graphics card at the end of the month but am torn between getting an 8800gt for my pc or an Xbox 360 for the living room.

How does the 360 compare to the level of gaming you get from a decent PC with an 8800gt as the prices aren't too different? I know the 360 has an on board ATI graphics card but I don't know how this fares up against an 8800gt.

Cheers in advance
 

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After restarting, my screen is forced at 800x600 and they are trippy bar lines all around my screen. Since then I've reinstalled Win7 multiple times, downloaded new drivers, and updated my bios.

None of which is helping. I'm thinking maybe Windows update downloaded something while I was gone that forced my card to be undetected...

I uninstalled the 8800GT and the drivers thinking maybe a new installation might solve it, but now (the new driver) is saying it doesn't recognize Windows 7 32-bit as actually being Windows 7 32 bit.

Now I'm stuck with it not even detecting a graphics card.

Please help!

A:8800GT (Code 43)

Quick update: after a reboot it detected it again, however the Code 43 is still there.

trying to read with these barlines everywhere is horrible.

And I was really loving Windows 7 too!

http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/31348-8800gt-code-43-a.html
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A:8800GT not cutting it

How exactly is your 8800GT not cutting it?
What games are you playing and at what resolution?
Are you able to overclock the processor?

Are you looking to replace the GPU and if so, what's your budget?
What size is your PSU?
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/8800gt-not-cutting-it.157223/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/8800gt-to-ati5750.910487/
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I wanna upgrade my graphics card to an EVGA 8800GT. I'm not sure if my PSU will handle it, because I don't know the exact watts and whether or not I need to plug it into my PSU (is that what I do with the power chord that comes with it? I'm new to this...).

According to a PSU Calculator, my psu is 440 watts, but I've read other places that my computer (it's pre-made) is 350 watts. Here are the specs:

AMD Phenom 9550 x4 2.2 GHz
4 sticks of ram (5GB)
NVidia GeForce 9400 (GeForce 8200 + GeForce 9300GE)
750GB SATA HDD

This is a HP m8530f, by the way.

Please tell me if I can run a 8800GT...or point me to a website that can help..thanks!
 

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I have a problem with tv out on my "new" XFX 8800GT. It just do not want to register my TV. Connected it via S-VHS cable and tried with that adapter that came with the card (hooked on blue hole).

The same thing was on my old HD2600XT, so I think it might be with Win 7 RTM x86.

I am using the latest drivers from nVidia site. I did not try to boot (install) Vista or XP to check, but it seems I might need to.

Thanks in any case, good to be here.

A:XFX 8800GT tv out problem

  
Quote: Originally Posted by redkanji


Do not know if this is already answered. Did not get anything in search, and I am new here.

I have a problem with tv out on my "new" XFX 8800GT. It just do not want to register my TV. Connected it via S-VHS cable and tried with that adapter that came with the card (hooked on blue hole).

The same thing was on my old HD2600XT, so I think it might be with Win 7 RTM x86.

I am using the latest drivers from nVidia site. I did not try to boot (install) Vista or XP to check, but it seems I might need to.

Thanks in any case, good to be here.


De si SRBINE!
Samo da znaš da analogni S-VHS podržava rezoluciju do 640x480
A ako imaš digitalni onda nema problema...

Analogue S-VHS supports up to 640x480 resolution unless you have a digital professional S-VHS

http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/25844-xfx-8800gt-tv-out-problem.html
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A:8800GT SLI Problem

If the two cards are the same model and spec they will work regardless of how old they are, I noticed that the first card you mentioned was a OC model ie overclocked is the second a OC model as well if it's a stock then they wont work together both would have to be either OC or stock.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/8800gt-sli-problem.110035/
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The 8800's fan is running, so it's getting power...is the card defective?

Thanks in advance.
 

A:8800gt not recognized

oh crap I think I figured it out...

8800gt doesn't support pci-e 1.0a does it...


 

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A:Is my processor going to bottleneck an 8800GT?

I don't really believe that you'll bottleneck your GPU with your current CPU. I think the performance gain would be substantial going to the 8800GT.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/is-my-processor-going-to-bottleneck-an-8800gt.710243/
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Factory *8800GT* :

Core clock = 600
Shader clock = 1500
Memory clock = 900

100% Fan rate at standard = 60 C

Any suggestions?

Thank You!

A:Nvidia 8800GT Overlock HELP

I always abide by common sense when overclocking a graphics card. Generally I start at about a 10% increase and monitor the PC for any errors, over heating or BSODs for a day or two, I personally wouldn't go above 15% with out some extra cooling, mainly because I don't like monitoring the temperatures the whole time.

This is just my opinion and how I do things, it may not necaserily be the best, safest, or most beneficial way of doing it.

Oli

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A:Severely overheating 8800GT

what are you running
video card
cpu
m/board
ram
power supply
brand
model
wattage

check the listings in the bios for voltages and temperatures and post them

post the minidumps and we can get someone to check them

http://www.techsupportforum.com/f217...ns-452654.html

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Just one to pick your brains, I rig is ned of some updating, I hav a E6700 (not great but when I bought it it was the bee's knee!) paired with two geforce 8800gt XFX alpha dog xxx editions in SLI, juicey, yep, hot, always!! however I know the processor is in need of updateing but my question is how about the graphics cards? is it worth it or even cost effective to update with a more modern card or does the sli on 8800 work well enough, would I really see a huge difference (abet the electricty bill) if I went for a newer model?

Any input would be great.

Thanks
 

A:How does two 8800gt XFX Alpha dog xxx in SLI compare with..

That kind of depends on what resolution you game at, what level of eye candy you're happy with in-game, what games you are playing and budget if you were to upgrade.
8800GT's in SLI are a pretty popular setup and give reasonable performance up to 1680x1050/1200 in most older games (DX9 and OpenGL mainly) but I think that 1920x1080 is a more than a little taxing on the cards, as are games built primarily with DX10 and 11 in mind.
You can get an idea of how your SLI stacks up against some of the newer (AMD) cards here -it's reasonably recent although you can probably add a little to the newer cards fps to allow for driver improvements
 

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A:New PC QX6850 8800GT not working

if i were you i would try installing xp then if that dosnt work blame it on some fualty hardware or a screwed up bios =D

PS.I love the parts u bought
 

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Here are my system specs:
CPU: AMD x2 3800+
Mobo: GA-K8N Pro-SLI
RAM: 2GB (Dual Channel)
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Heres a pic of the specs for the PSU
http://img233.imageshack.us/my.php?image=img4701lb7.jpg
 

A:My 8800GT wont boot

but since im a new member
 

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Hello there, usually the Driver Disks that comes with video card are not updated drivers, since you're using a Nvidia based Video Card, i'd recommend you to download the latest driver, 260.99

Go to Drivers - Download NVIDIA Drivers

Select your Video Card, OS and download it from there.

Cheers. Punkster

EDIT: if you search for Nvidia 8 Series, there will not be any drivers available for Win7, i guess is some kind of bug on the website, just search for another model of video card. I.E.: 9800GT, later on the download it will say which models are compatible with that driver and you'll see the GeForce 8 Series in it, including your 8800GT, but don't download the GeForce 500 Series drivers cause those only work for GTX 580/570

Here's a Direct Link for the 260.99 Drivers:

http://www.nvidia.com/object/win7-wi...ql-driver.html

http://www.sevenforums.com/drivers/131794-drivers-sparkle-8800gt.html
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I don't have any special cooling setup.

Thanks
 

A:Xfx Geforce 8800GT temperature

That temperature is fine. Those cores run hot. One of my 8800 GTS's runs at around 74C at the desktop. As long as the fan spins up when you play a game, there's nothing to worry about.
 

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How can I change it so the fan speed is at 42% every time I boot into Windows?
This is the card, along with 270+ reviews.
 

A:GeForce 8800GT Fan Speed

You could use Nibitor to read the bios from the card. Then edit the bios to permenantly reflect the new fan speeds. Then flash the card with the new bios, making sure to keep the old bios handy incase something goes wrong.

The only other way to make the changes permenant is through the use of some kind of software that lets you save profiles with clock and fanspeed settings. From there you can set it to load on startup.
 

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I have a Pentium 4 Hyperthreading 3.2GHz processor with 2GB of Kingston DDR PC-3200 400MHz RAM with an ASUS P5VD1-X motherboard. As some of you know, I've purchased an 8800GT (and power supply) to upgrade my graphics a bit to play Crysis and UT3. Well, it just dawned on me that my system may very well bottleneck with the 8800GT and not perform as predicted.

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A:8800GT Frame Rate

Originally Posted by Viking707


I just built a new system with Vista64 Ultimate. Here are the specs:


Processor = AMD Phenom 9500 Quad Core
Motherboard = Asus M2N-SLI Deluxe
Power Supply = Antec TruPower Trio 430
RAM = OCZ 4GB PC6400 SLI-Ready Edition Dual Channel DDR2
Video Card = eVGA GeForce 8800GT w/512MB
Sound Card = AC?97 onboard sound
Display = Dell FP2001 20.1? UXGA LCD
Hard Drive = Seagate SATA 300GB w/16MB buffer
Optical = LG DVD-RAM (16x +/-R 10x ?RAM)
Removable = Generic 7-1 Media Reader
Webcam = Microsoft VI-6000[/font]

When I play Dundeons & Dragons Online my framerate varies between 20-60 in populated places and 100+ only if I stare at the walls. This seems too low. I was getting better framerates running XP on a AMD 3800+ x2 with a 7600GS.

I've tried the nVidia 169.25 drives and the 171.20 betas from guru. Not much difference.

Is this a Vista 64 problem that will be fixed with SP!?..... or
Is this an nVidia driver problem that will be fixed with later drivers.......or
Is my power supply too weak?.......... or
Is DDO the problem?.......... or
Are my expectations too high?

Any thoughts would be appreciated.

-Brad Dunlap



Welcome to the forums Brad!

60 FPS with an 8800 GT is good, especially in DDO (I have both myself). 20 seems a little low, can't say why, it could be a combination of factors which are causing this. It sounds like you've got the latest drivers. Maybe rolling back the driver may have some impact if the latest ones are not performing well.

You can download the 163 driver here: ForceWare Release 163

I wish I could give you a magic bullet to fix things. You might also try adjusting the settings within DDO itself.

Let us know how things work out for you.

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I'm probably going to buy http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130302&Tpk=8800GT%2bSSC
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A:Power requirments for XFX 8800GT

I have never seen one of these require more than that, however the card should tell you it's minimum requirements somewhere.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/power-requirments-for-xfx-8800gt.648901/
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A:Water cooled 8800GT

I doubt you would have to worry about adding additional heat sinks, sounds like you have it cooled from every angle as it stands, I have the 8800 GTS in a dell e521 it’s a compact case, and I just added one additional fan. It's been running for almost 3 months now and I have had no issues even playing Crysis.
 

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A:Questions about 8800GT alpha dog

Probably not, its a decent card but its pretty old, back from 2007. If you're buying a graphics card you should be buying a new model, used graphics cards are generally a bad investment.

What kind of games are you looking to play? My suggestion if you're going to be gaming is to get no less than a Geforce GTX 550 Ti or a Radeon HD 6770, and considerably better depending if want to play the latest games at the highest settings.
 

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im running off the card now, its not detected inside my device manager tho...

if i try installing drivers the card isnt in the pc, or vista isnt 32bit... which it both is!!

this is EXTREMELY important to get done.. i have lots of coursework to do, in very little time. (2 days!!)

Right- here is my pc
Information and Instructions - IMEDIA X2416 - PB80146101 - iMedia - platform_amadeus_imedia - Desktop
Please help
i feel like im stuck in a dead end..i did try googling it. ;(

A:8800GT 1GB alpha dog problem

Originally Posted by gd0t


hey guys, heres the problem...
im running off the card now, its not detected inside my device manager tho...

if i try installing drivers the card isnt in the pc, or vista isnt 32bit... which it both is!!

this is EXTREMELY important to get done.. i have lots of coursework to do, in very little time. (2 days!!)

Right- here is my pc
Information and Instructions - IMEDIA X2416 - PB80146101 - iMedia - platform_amadeus_imedia - Desktop
Please help
i feel like im stuck in a dead end..i did try googling it. ;(



did you go to nvidia for the driver? look here GeForce 8 Series

good luck

ken

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