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post #11 of 25
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Originally Posted by Poisoner;13567299 
nVidia is never afraid to rip off an idiot. With a crap card carrying more ram than its flagship.

Lol. AMD does the exact same thing with their low end cards, and most of their lower end laptop GPUs are direct rebrands from previous generations. Nobody has clean hands.
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GT 440 should have had 144 SP / 8 ROP topped off with 512MB/1GB GDDR3/5 options frown.gif The entry-level 400/500 series product offerings are not consumer-friendly...
    
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post #13 of 25
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Originally Posted by Poisoner;13567299 
nVidia is never afraid to rip off an idiot. With a crap card carrying more ram than its flagship.

This practice has been done as far back as the Geforce FX/Radeon 9000 series AFAIK.

I'm not sure why you are acting as if this is a new practice and/or that only Nvidia is doing it.
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post #14 of 25
PLEASE NVIDIA RELEASE THE GeForce GT 545 with 3GB of gddr5 memory to retail stores in the future, please. On a last note, they should of added 256bit to the 545, hopefully they will once it hit retails.
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post #15 of 25
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while the GDDR5 card comes with a 128-bit interface and 870/1740/3996 MHz frequencies. Both GTX 545 cards feature 144 CUDA Cores.

This means that this GT545 GDDR5 is probably faster than the 8800GTX and the 9800GTX. Would be interesting to see some comparisons. Would probably make a nice PhysX card for those that don't already have an older 8800GT/9800GT/GTX around.
 
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post #16 of 25
gf108 (GT430/440 retail) and gf106 (GTS 450, GT440 OEM) it seems...

it's a shame the OEM GT440 and now the GT545 didn't hit the retail market.
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post #17 of 25
They said the GDDR3 is going to have 1.5 or 3GB of memory with a 192-bit bus, seriously?
Why couldn't the GDDR5 have that or is it?
Got that information from fudzilla
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post #18 of 25
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Originally Posted by Johnny Guitar;13567196 
3gb of video ram on the 545, prolly to scam people who think card performance = amount of memory

I don't think they are trying to run a scam as much as they are forced to market that way because people really don't know any better. I get customers in my store all day long coming in that just say "I need this much memory." I had a guy come in my store the other day buying an hp desktop and getting a dedicated card for it. I walked up to him in our graphics card section, and asked what he was looking for, and he said he was trying to find out which cards had 1gb of ddr5 memory. I asked him what he was doing, what exactly he was looking to gain from the memory speed/amount, and informed him on what he should really be looking for past that.

I get even more customers that come up to me and say "I don't know much about computers but my friend told me I need 8gb of memory and a 1TB hard drive," and its an uphill fight the whole way because I have to break down their friend's advice and get them something that works better for them thats cheaper because otherwise they would have bought a 900 dollar desktop for the sake of that 8gb of memory for something they were just using for surfing and basic productivity.

In the end, I think that misinformation is already there and if you don't have that little "zomg 3GB of memory!!" tagline on your box, so many people will just overlook your cards because they just don't know any better.
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post #19 of 25
For those that might be thinking that only Nvidia is doing this - putting insane amounts of RAM in entry level cards, here you go:

Sapphire AMD Radeon HD6570 with 2 GB of DDR3
 
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