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you all miss understood me.

9series and gtx 2 series cards where the best when i left.

i came back to 4 and 5 series.

info stated is accurate. femi rumours started as i left.
How the hell you end up with no internet for so long? what gives?
     
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already!? i havent had internet for 9 months because i moved to the middle of NOWHERE. i get it, cruise new egg and theres 5 series cards?!! and 6 for ati?

what heppened to the GTX 2 series, and the femi, and the 4's!


my question is.... how much longer will my 9800GTX+ last?

If you were without internet for 9 months, that means you still had internet access in the beginning of August last year.

Well, let's do a little history, shall we?

From Wikipedia (Evergreen GPU family):

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The first variants of the Radeon HD 5800 series were launched September 23, 2009, with the HD 5700 series launching October 12 and HD 5970 launching on November 18[2] The HD 5670, was launched on January 14, 2010, and the HD 5500 and 5400 series were launched in February 2010, completing what has appeared to be most of ATI's Evergreen GPU lineup.
From Wikipedia (Nvidia Fermi):

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The GeForce 400 Series is the 11th generation of Nvidia's GeForce graphics processing units. The series originally slated for production in November 2009,[1] but, after a number of delays, launched on March 26, 2010 with availability following in April 2010.
9 months without internet puts you being disconnected by the beginning of August 2010. GTX480 and GTX470 were already being sold for 3 months. Also, the GTX465 was launched on May 31, 2010 and the GTX460 on July 12, 2010. Your math does not add up.


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HAHAHAHAHA WHAT?

You've either been under a rock for far longer than 9 months or you be trolling.

The ATi 4000 (now AMD) series was released in 2009 and the GTX 200 series was released around the same time. We've well moved on from them now.
Not quite, the HD4000 series was launched in 2008. And so was the GT2xx series

Wikipedia (R700 GPU family):

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The Radeon HD 4850 was announced on June 19, 2008 while the Radeon HD 4870 was announced on June 25, 2008.
GeForce GTX 260: June 26, 2008
GeForce GTX 260 Core 216: September 16, 2008;
GeForce GTX 280: June 17, 2008


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ports ._____________. i run mw2/bc2 fine. the most graphical intensive games i have are crysisy 1/2 and GTA4. there isnt a game i own that i can max out and achive 40+fps avrage and never drop below 30.

mw2 runs at 90+fps, bc2 is at 50-80fps, crysis 35-55


should i step into a gtx260? ive seen them for $99 at the egg. would it be a big difference? big step over a 9800
No, the GTX260 won't give you much more performance and uses more power as it's built on an older process. Get a GTX460 or Radeon HD6850. Or like brettjv (hey, you're a Mod! Congratulations! Wise decision by the staff, you're a sensible guy!) said before, grab a bargain like the HD5850 Extreme from Sapphire if you can get one.


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res is 1280x1024 i have a fugi LCD 19inch monitor. like 4 years old.
The above cards will let you play current and future games maxed out for at least another year.

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you all miss understood me.

9series and gtx 2 series cards where the best when i left.

i came back to 4 and 5 series.

info stated is accurate. femi rumours started as i left.
Impossible. First, the GTX2xx series is from the same time as the HD4xxx series, so you can't come back "to 4 and 5 series". Second, the Fermi rumors started one month after you registered on this forum. Third, you registered on the forum in August 2009. And as I stated above with extensive proof, your math does not add up.

Feel free to admit you got married to possessive woman who didn't want you near a computer or any tech related news and just came back.
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If you were without internet for 9 months, that means you still had internet access in the beginning of August last year.

Well, let's do a little history, shall we?

From Wikipedia (Evergreen GPU family):



From Wikipedia (Nvidia Fermi):



9 months without internet puts you being disconnected by the beginning of August 2010. GTX480 and GTX470 were already being sold for 3 months. Also, the GTX465 was launched on May 31, 2010 and the GTX460 on July 12, 2010. Your math does not add up.




Not quite, the HD4000 series was launched in 2008. And so was the GT2xx series

Wikipedia (R700 GPU family):



GeForce GTX 260: June 26, 2008
GeForce GTX 260 Core 216: September 16, 2008;
GeForce GTX 280: June 17, 2008




No, the GTX260 won't give you much more performance and uses more power as it's built on an older process. Get a GTX460 or Radeon HD6850. Or like brettjv (hey, you're a Mod! Congratulations! Wise decision by the staff, you're a sensible guy!) said before, grab a bargain like the HD5850 Extreme from Sapphire if you can get one.




The above cards will let you play current and future games maxed out for at least another year.



Impossible. First, the GTX2xx series is from the same time as the HD4xxx series, so you can't come back "to 4 and 5 series". Second, the Fermi rumors started one month after you registered on this forum. Third, you registered on the forum in August 2009. And as I stated above with extensive proof, your math does not add up.

Feel free to admit you got married to possessive woman who didn't want you near a computer or any tech related news and just came back.
before i left gtx2 and 9 series where the best. my memory is bad i guess. i cant rememeber the 4 series before i left. still running SDram up in mah head.


i moved to the woods and no one would jook us up with cable. i moved here august 20th 2010. i just got internet a few days ago.
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before i left gtx2 and 9 series where the best. my memory is bad i guess. i cant rememeber the 4 series before i left. still running SDram up in mah head.


i moved to the woods and no one would jook us up with cable. i moved here august 20th 2010. i just got internet a few days ago.
Hmmm, yes, you were a little distracted way before moving. Got a lot of things to pack, huh ?

The HD5xxx series was launched in 2009, let alone the HD4xxx which was launched in 2008. By the time you moved, AMD was prepping the HD68xx series to be released by the end of October.

If you want to wait until the end of the year, you can get some brand new 28nm cards from Nvidia an AMD. If you feel the 9800GTX+ still does it for you, that is. Or, now that you have Internet access back, you can go to Steam and play new games and realize the card is no longer enough
 
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