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    Default NEW Gainward BLISS GeForce 7800GS 512MB AGP

    Hey everyone, I just found out about this new card, a brand new model from Gainward, BLISS Geforce 7800GS 512MB AGP

    URL: http://www.gainward.net/newimage/pro...products_id=29

    I luckily found it as i'm searching for a good graphic card for my AGP board...But the question is, What should give better results, this Gainward 7800GS 512MB or an overclocked 7800GS with only 256MB as the EVGA e-GeForce 7800 GS CO/KO Superclock graphic cards? :confused:

    Any hint would be nice thanks!

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    I don't know if you read the 256MB vs 512MB article, but i'm guessing you did and that's why you posted

    I havent tested either cards so i can't really say for sure, but the EVGA card is obviously going to perform better at the type of settings you'll want to use with such a card. Thing is, the Gainward card will probably overclock near to the EVGA anyway or perhaps the same, you know how it is....

    If there isn't much price difference you have nothing to loose by going with the 512MB card, but is it a must have (512M? nowhere near. Could it be in the future? most definitely, but is a 7800GS powerful enough to offer this sort of future proofing...

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    where would i buy a this card i live in australia

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    Hi noogaz, and welcome

    From what i've checked, it seems this card was almost exclusively built for the UK market, not sure why though. Actually to put it a better way, all the cards where snapped up by UK retailers and so no one else got a look in.

    I think this is the situation anyway.

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    Default FAstest AGP card?

    This card seems to have 20 pipelines! All the other 7800GS cards have only 16 pipelines.... read about it all here:

    http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=30502

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    Quote Originally Posted by James
    Hi noogaz, and welcome

    From what i've checked, it seems this card was almost exclusively built for the UK market, not sure why though. Actually to put it a better way, all the cards where snapped up by UK retailers and so no one else got a look in.

    I think this is the situation anyway.
    Hello,
    Im new here and have just one question for you.
    I'm living in Uk and I havenot money to upgrade to PCI-e , so I found reading about this one. U said, its built for Uk ..So do you have any idea where i could get it?
    Or isn't available yet?
    Thx

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    here you go: http://www.overclockers.co.uk/acatal...GP_Series.html

    OCUK has snapped up all of Gainward's inventory and they probably will in the future too. Gainward really need to ramp up production.

    Bloody hell, this really is a 20 pipe card, that is pretty amazing. This is the card to own on AGP.

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    You can also try the 256mb variant of this card.... at www.komplett.co.uk

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    are you talking about this card? http://www.komplett.co.uk/k/ki.asp?sku=318080

    If so it's not the 20 pipes version, it looks like a standard 7800GS to me. Only the "goes like hell" version is the 7800 GT type card.

    Plus under specs they are saying its a 512Mb card :confused: confusing but someone should email and find out as its pretty cheap if it is the GLH version

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImOnMedicine
    You can also try the 256mb variant of this card.... at www.komplett.co.uk
    whats different? I think for agp card 512Mb it is too much, this card cannot use it or I dont know any game where i could use that.
    but, anyway thx guys.
    I tried ask for help uncle Google, but all was preview or GT.
    Thx.
    edit:// thx. i see overclockers page. I know I bought my Leadtek 6600GTfrom there and I've got Headphones free
    :-). Fast delivery . But anyway, it is just pre order,So any idea when should come into market.?
    BTW: sorry for my english, Im czech and I'm living here only couple of months
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    The card at OCUK also has 20 pipes instead of the normal 16 for a 7800 GS the extra memory is certainly not the only benefit there. This card is a 7800 GT really, not a GS

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    so, U think is the best buy for AGp now?
    can i have one more question?
    I found Mobo, which have AGP+PCI-E and also support my old 478 socket(P4 EE)
    link http://www.asrock.com/Product/P4Dual-880Pro.htm
    but I wonder about this
    http://www.asrock.com/support/PCIE/P4Dual-880Pro.html
    this is support graphics card for this mother board, and last card is 6800Gt or X1300, is it possible this list isnot refresh? or is it old and is it chance put there 7800(7900) in that slot?
    Acctualy that PCI-E is just 4* but support 6800GT which is 16*, I asking , can i buy it for that motherboard 7800GTX? PCI-E?
    because I have not much money left, so i cannot buy new CPU+GPU+MOBO. I can just one or two of those.
    Also I have now P4P800E-dx. which has the same sck.478 and ddr400 and 800FSB( Currently my DDR is 229@458 )but I cannot go more)
    so this mobo has the same, but+PCI-E
    is it good buy? if I want stay still on my 478 P4?

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    yeah i'd say they just haven't refreshed the list, i'd hunt down some reviews for that board, i personally wouldn't trust a board like this, it's just asking for stability problems. I'd really do my homework before i bought it.

    Gainward's 7800GS GLH is the fastest card on AGP, but you'll have to weigh up if £280 is worth it though, that's a lot of money for an aging system. Personally I'd wait a while and grab a 7800GT, opteron 144 and a decent s939 motherbord (£400ish) rather then spend £280 on an AGP card for an oldish Intel rig, you could sell your old intel cpu and mobo stuff to someone to help raised the extra i guess.

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    yes, sure i could sell it, that was idea as well, but you know 60-80FSp in FEAR is nice and i want it :rolleyes: but i know I know best way is really save money and buy , so I could ascctually start with this mobo ASRock 939 DUAL-sata2
    http://www.asrock.com/product/product_939Dual-SATA2.htm
    so and buy Opteron 144 and still i could use my leadtek 6600GT(582/1189) for while , and save more money.
    What do u think about this one?

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    that's a good plan. If you can wait a little while i would as socket AM2 is just around the corner, it's bound to lower the prices of s939 bits. If you can get that 144 upto 2.6~2.8GHz it will really boost your 6600GT cards performance, so you might be ok for a while.

    How come you want an Asrock motherboard? I'm not bashing them or anything, i know hardly anything about them to be honest. If your going to go for an Opteron 144 you're going to need to splash out on a really decent motherboard with lots of overclocking options. I'd go for a DFI board personally.

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    Acctually I dont like ASrock and also I know DSFI RLZ for OC, I knwo I knwo, but! i couldnt find any other mobo , which has both AGP+PCI-E, urfotunatelly.
    But how you said, best way is wait...again.. and when AM2 arrive the 939 wil drop price!so thanks anyway, My decision is WAIT ........
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