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Graphics Card Hierarchy Chart

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damarble

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Sweet find. I could have used this a couple weeks ago when I knew nothing about current cards.
 
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Vipersfate

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Nice to find a new one out there. Quick question, how does an 8800 Ultra compare to a 5750? Anyone shed some light on how/why?
 
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Marshmallow64

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I think main difference between the 8800 and 5750 is 5750 supports directx 11 and is also a smaller gpu, so it runs cooler requiring less volts.
 

killem2

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Jan 6, 2005
I think main difference between the 8800 and 5750 is 5750 supports directx 11 and is also a smaller gpu, so it runs cooler requiring less volts.

Here is a quick benchmark. It doesn't show an 8800 but from that first link I assume the 8800 is below most of these cards listed. At least the 250 I believe.

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mattspalace

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I'm a pretty big fan of hardware canucks - but I can always find conclusions i don't agree with on about any website. Tom's does make some nice historical rollups in the video card section for good baseline performance comparisons. I do think this chart should be stickied - good source for a lot of the general questions that get asked almost continually.