gt 200

  citadel 12 Jun 08

there are screenshots showing what the new card can do over at

  mrwoowoo 13 Jun 08

1. Wish i could afford it,but probably not.
2. My PSU won't handle it as it can't even hack an 8800GT.
Still,by the time i do upgrade again,i will be able to afford it.
Going to be a stonking card,but I was surprised at some of the slow framerates they were showing.
1680 x 1050 with eight times AA enabled , the frame rate ranges between 7 FPS and 17 FPS.
Is this because it's a tech demo?
How do you compare it with say an 8800GT.Surely it's beter to have the GT200 running a game so that you can compare it with what you have.

  crosstrainer 13 Jun 08

IMO, the 8800GT was a bit overated and overpriced.

Some ofthem were better than others, but the 8800GTX (now coming down in price, but still not what you'd call cheap) is a great gaming card.

Two makes it even better.

The 8800GTS which I recently installed for a neighnour is pretty good too!

  mrwoowoo 13 Jun 08

As long as i can play the latest games at medium settings i'm quite happy.
The 9600GT, with a little overclocking is a match for the 8800GT all bar a few frames per second.It's quite a bit cheaper too.
Overclocked my 8600GT so will have a dabble at it with the 9600GT at some point.

  citadel 13 Jun 08

the gt200 may be one of the lower priced cards as there are now photo's of the gtx280.

  citadel 16 Jun 08

looks like they are here already gtx280 price £433 to £519 at scan


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