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    ATI X1800XT OC @691/1628 All Air






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    691/1628

    R520 9,444 Point VS GTX 8,042 Point


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    Last edited by sxs112; 10-10-2005 at 09:33 PM.

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    that just makes me want one even more
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    very nice oc, have to see what 2 cards in crossfire score

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    nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by forey
    very nice oc, have to see what 2 cards in crossfire score
    Now has two X1800XT, but does not have run crossfire

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    Does your driver version support voltage adjustment for the card?

    Any hope for some WC results?

    edit: Could you also post pic of the core(s)? THanks.

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    How was this OC'd? CCC or ATi internal proggy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LexDiamonds
    Does your driver version support voltage adjustment for the card?

    Any hope for some WC results?

    edit: Could you also post pic of the core(s)? THanks.

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    stock cooling, 9444marks
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    That was actually stock clocks on the 3.06GHz FX!! Stock cooling also acheived 10195

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    Wow those cards look realy nice:O.. Can somebody plz give me some prices .. Like what every model of the X1xxx serie will cost?

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    GTX gets 10300 at 625/1500 and 3.06GHz FX....or there abouts without LOD tweaking.

    XT gets 9444 with the same clocks....so 850 points difference. But one is HEAVILY OC'd while the other is at stock clocks

    If nothing else, the XT is a great benchmarking card!
    Last edited by Vapor; 10-10-2005 at 11:27 PM.

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    I'm impressed given the stock cooler and no indication of whether volts were overstock or not. Should see some impressive increases with some homebrew air cooling.
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    True that....I hope we can see them used together sometime soon, it'd be an ORB killer (well, for single card of course...I REALLY doubt the X1800XT's ability to get 18k on 05 in single card mode ).

    trakslacker....with the software vmodding it really looks like this will be an amazing card for moderate 'special' cooling like homebrew air and wawa

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    wow... nice numbers... has anyone slapped a water block on it yet? Also - it looks like it's got a four hole patern which looks like the nvidia 6800/7800 four hole patern for the gpu (only) block.. is it the same? Or is it a new or old ATi patern?

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    Quote Originally Posted by revenant
    wow... nice numbers... has anyone slapped a water block on it yet? Also - it looks like it's got a four hole patern which looks like the nvidia 6800/7800 four hole patern for the gpu (only) block.. is it the same? Or is it a new or old ATi patern?
    its been confirmed that any WBs for the 7800's will fit the XT as well. They use the same hole config.
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    Yeah, thank god they do too....no need to leak test or get new mountings or anything for those of us that already have it

    I wonder if the nV Silencers for the 6800/7800s fit this (are they even compatible between each other?) and how the stock cooler competes with them.

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    Looks good sx, thanks for the results you lucky guy

    Quote Originally Posted by Troman
    Why not compare like everybody does on dothan vs a64...
    clock vs clock...

    xt @ 625/1500
    GTX @ 625/1500


    Fine then you can also disable 4 of the GTX's pipes, what do you think might happen then

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    I wonder if the nV Silencers for the 6800/7800s fit this (are they even compatible between each other?) and how the stock cooler competes with them.
    I'd say that the default ATI cooler is better than nvsilencer..actually the ATI cooler is not bad at all:




    I'm getting around 740/1680 clocks (artifact free for 3DMark05) with the default cooler (GPU +0.15V above default, fan running at full speed).

    Already posted on the other thread but just in case someone missed em =)

    my results so far w/ the Zalman CNPS-7000CU on GPU:
    3DMark05 => 10707 (3GHz, 759/1738)

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    Wow....good pics of the cooler Macci....it's pretty beastly for a stock cooler (my GTX's cooler was a disappointment frankly). Looks like you only gained 19MHz going to the chopped 7000CU....must be good!

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    Like to see you run these in CF macci, hope your gettin/have another card to play around with

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    I don't think there are any fully functional X1800CFs out available, unfortunately.

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    Hmm, what about come November?

    Hey macci, what do you think of current X850's in CF? Are they worth the time?

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    I'd bet they're available in Nov

    Look at his sig--that's how worthwhile the X850s in CF were to him.

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    I honestly want people to get only 49999 for fear of the 01 orb getting taken down at 50k

    Never the less 01 numbers from this combo would be nice sxs!

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