Originally Posted by Marovincian
They did the same thing with the 6600 GT agp vs the 6600 GT pci-e. It's their way of nudging us towards pci-e I think. Lower price and slightly (maybe) better performance for pci-e.
Sucks that they are doing it that way.
not quite.... they meant to with the 6600 but with the 6800 GS, they don't see it worth the money to use a bridge chip, so instead they use leftover NV40 cores..... as i've said before, it's not a GS, it's a slightly modified 6800