Don't get the LE. It's definitely worth the 30$ for the regular 6800.jellysandwich said:Well, as it turns out, I do indeed have some time
to read this thread.
But I still would like to know, would it be worth it to
spend $30 more dollars for the regular 6800? Or is
the 6800LE enough?
The PCIe 6800nu is a different core (NV41) which isn't unlokcable like AGP nu's (NV40), and since you can't unlock PCIe nu's, no one knows what it would be like in SLI. There are some very high scores with SLI NV41s, just look on Futuremark's 3DMark 03 & 05 results for the highest 6800 (not GT/Ultra) scores.Double Jesus said:ok, i looked through the thread and noone really confirmed it works with pci-e cards, so can anyone tell me if they got theirs to work? can you still get new cards and get this to work? has anyone tried running 2 of them in sli unlocked? and does it only work for the 128mb versions of the card?
6800GT=16x6, 6800nu=12x5, post the link of what card you're talking about?Ducklake said:Has anybody tried this with the EVGA 6800GT, AGP?
If so what were your settings?
s3rp said:I got a EVGA 6800 128mb DDR 12p/5vs..Using rivatuner I was able to unlock the extra pipes..but i got little dots in CODUO and other games like Half life2..SO I was only able to unlock the one vertex shader which as you know dosent help proformance..On the brighter side I was able to OC to 355MHZ/700MHZ and It seems willing to OC to 375 on the core the memory will only take a little 15mhz or so so far...
3dmark03 3dmark05 aquamark Radeon 9500np: 2913 1278 23,159 6800nu stock: 7945 3208 38,247 difference: 5032 1930 15,088 6800nu unlocked: 8645 3559 38,445 difference: 700 351 198 6800nu unlocked: 9296 3803 38,962 and oc'd difference: 651 244 517 Total Increase: 6383 2525 15803
mavalpha said:I love the 10MHz bus on the P4-3.2GHz...