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harl
11-16-03, 09:57 AM
Wheres is the diferenc with a card
with no golden sample?

Its a cuestion of software? (like oem/retail)
or is a cuestion of clokspeed?

For example
What are the diference betwenn this
two cards?

PowerPack! Ultra/960
(Retail, TV-Out, DVI) 128 MB SDRAM-DDR GeForce FX 5700 Ultra AGP 8x 229,00

PowerPack! Ultra/960
(Retail, Golden Sample, TV-Out, DVI) 128 MB SDRAM-DDR GeForce FX 5700 Ultra AGP 8x 249,00

(apart from te 20) ;)

MUYA
11-16-03, 09:59 AM
I think "Golden Sample" refers to Gainward choosing thir GPU's carefully so that a certain amount of O/C can be attained. I think....


MUYA

digitalwanderer
11-16-03, 10:33 AM
I think Muya is right. I had a Gainward goldensample GF4 ti4400 that OCed like a bad dog! (400/702 stock cooling! :eek: )

MUYA
11-16-03, 10:44 AM
Originally posted by digitalwanderer
I think Muya is right. I had a Gainward goldensample GF4 ti4400 that OCed like a bad dog! (400/702 stock cooling! :eek: )

That for sure was a decent overlock! wow! :eek: I couldn't get my Elsa ti4600 to past 325Mhz !!! nevermind memory !!!

MUYA!

harl
11-16-03, 11:24 AM
OK
Thanks for the answers.

So it's "Pata Negra"
as we said in Spain :D

windwaver
11-17-03, 09:22 AM
Originally posted by MUYA
I think "Golden Sample" refers to Gainward choosing thir GPU's carefully so that a certain amount of O/C can be attained. I think....


MUYA

It's the ram.

Reaper106
11-17-03, 09:48 AM
Originally posted by windwaver
It's the ram.


It's the ram and GPU, They are hand picked for sweet overclocking.:firedevil