7800 Gs Oc >? 7950 ?
Today I went to bestbuy and I saw my card (7800 GS OC) was priced 350$ or so and the 7950 was like 200$. Shouldn't the 7950 be more expensive and better....please explain to me why the 7800 is better or why its a higher price then the 7950....Thx
- gregory_dittmanLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
The 7800 GS OC is not a stock card. BFG over clocked it (OC) and probably gave it more and faster memory than the stock card. The company then turned around and sold the modified card for a profit. Since you are no longer comparing two stock cards from the same company, one doesn't have to be priced according to quality.
- computertech82Lv 61 decade ago
It would be the 7950. The typical 7800 GS OC was agp, 7950 is a PCI-E. The newer PCI-E cards are cheaper than a agp card. Just goto www.tomshardware.com for benchmarks.