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grimreefer
05-16-04, 06:00 PM
i was wondering if the 1 molex will hinder overcloking much. im still decidin wheter to get leadtek 6800gt, or leadtek 6800 ultra(gotta love that copper). What do u guys think?

Slappi
05-16-04, 06:06 PM
i was wondering if the 1 molex will hinder overcloking much. im still decidin wheter to get leadtek 6800gt, or leadtek 6800 ultra(gotta love that copper). What do u guys think?


I assume if you need two molex connectors for the 6800U to overclock and the GT only has one then........ 475mhz would be it.

grimreefer
05-16-04, 06:19 PM
475 core?

Nutty
05-17-04, 07:37 AM
That cant be right, the GT is 350, and the Ulta is 400. I'm guess GT's are gonna be Ultra's that dont quite make the grade, so I'm expecting some decent overclocking GT's. How well they work with just 1 molex remains to be seen.

grimreefer
05-17-04, 02:38 PM
Hopefully well be able to flash to 6800 ultra extreme. I think 1 dedicated molex is equal to 2 nondedicated molexes. And i saw that it overclocked bettr than the ultra(which i have no idea y that is possible)

randsom
05-17-04, 02:48 PM
That cant be right, the GT is 350, and the Ulta is 400. I'm guess GT's are gonna be Ultra's that dont quite make the grade, so I'm expecting some decent overclocking GT's. How well they work with just 1 molex remains to be seen.

speed binning isnt a perfect science,

The gt going to be a very popular version of the 6800 series, probably more so than the ultra, and ill bet ya, that the demand will be so high, that Nvidia will sell regular ultra chips underclocked to gt speeds to keep the cards in the pipeline

I bet youll see alot of the gts reach ultra speeds, (385 to 400) right away, but in 2 or 3 months, youll see a influx of very high ocing gt's

grimreefer
05-17-04, 05:36 PM
firingsquad's gt reached 425

Nutty
05-17-04, 05:49 PM
on 1 molex ? Glitch free ?