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Old 10-06-08, 08:18 AM   #11
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Default Re: 16000 on 3D Mark 2005 via AGP proves that there was never a need for PCI-E 1.0

Not this joker again.


Also, my 8800 GTX will run circles around your 3850, which means that any current generation card, the new 48x0 card series included, with eat you up and spit you out.

Also, the 38xx series was supposed to be competing with the 8xxx and 9xxx series of cards anyway, so why the **** are you comparing them to the 7xxx series of cards? They're like 2 years older than your card. Seriously dude, get your facts straight and quit this nonsense. AGP is gone. It was good, but it isn't anymore. 15000 on 3DMark05 is nothing. My 8800 GTX gets close to 20k. Any newer highend card gets a lot more. Upgrade to 2008, and realize that your system isn't that great.


EDIT: just checked my ORB record for 3DMark05, and I got 20.5k. Yea... it's that good...

Lol @ 3DMark1990

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