Originally Posted by DaddyOf2Girls
In theory maybe.
But why would nVida charge more for the GDDR3 version then?
Can the lower card be clocked the same?
In the benchmark tests listed they tried over clocking the two different cards.
Why would PCTorue clock the 6800 lower than the could possbley clock it? They are pctuners thats what they do.
The 6800 (DDR version) clock speeds were:
stock 250/600 OC 340/680
Go6800 DDR 3Dmark05 = 2569 (stock)
Go6800 DDR 3Dmark05 = 3347 (overclocked)
The NVIDIA 6800 with GDDR3 comes stock clocked @ 330/1000 OC 380/1440
Go6800 DDR3 3Dmark05 = 3707 (stock)
Go6800 DDR3 3Dmark05 = 3800 (overclocked)
This clocks are taken on a machine with a P4.
Also note none of these scores are close to that of the estimated XPS2 with ULTRA (see sig) and a Pentium M.
It seems like the DDR go 6800 cant handle the higher speeds for whatever reason. So if the i9300 is the DDR version not the GDDR3 its definatly alot slower than the XPS2 with ULTRA.