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why would anyone want amd not to make videocards to beat nvidia? do you want nvidia people that like nvidia cards to go bankrupt? we need a balance.. some sort of competition not only for prices but to improve the technology. if amd had a cpu that could be the latest i7 we would be seeing 22nm cpus from intel probably in a month or two that wont be released for years because there is just no need to compete. i dont want that to happen to gpus.
    
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Heh dimaggio, clearly you weren't buying the highest end when the 6800ULTRA came out back on AGP, or when the 8800GTX 512's came out.
$900+ single core GPUs....
This is a serious improvement.
A high end gaming desktop is still easily under $1000.

8800GTX = 768?????
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Heh dimaggio, clearly you weren't buying the highest end when the 6800ULTRA came out back on AGP, or when the 8800GTX 512's came out.
$900+ single core GPUs....
This is a serious improvement.
A high end gaming desktop is still easily under $1000.

8800GTX were not 900+. It was $636.12 as I bought one brand new when it came out. Also it has 768MB of VRAM.
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wth.gif
The image on that looks like a reference single-slot Gigabyte 4850
That's what it says on the box XD
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You guys gotta realize the custom PC parts market/ GPU market is really really small in terms of population. You see McDonald's and Holiday ads/ signs everywhere. I've never been to the local "one-stop-shop-nvidia-shop"
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And no new next gen Nvidia card to be found.
    
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Speaking of MSI - the new MSI AMD 7950 is being shown on their website. It was up for only a few minutes and then taken off.

PCI Express x16 3.0
Memory Type GDDR5
Memory Size(MB) 3072
Memory Interface 384 bits
Core Clock Speed(MHz) 830
Memory Clock Speed(MHz) 5000
Display Output (Max Resolution) 2560x1600
Card Dimension(mm) 270 x 110 x 38mm

Before it came down I had taken a snip of the pics.


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I like the look of the MSI 7950 =]
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That cooler is going to be a problem :S
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Speaking of MSI - the new MSI AMD 7950 is being shown on their website. It was up for only a few minutes and then taken off.
PCI Express x16 3.0
Memory Type GDDR5
Memory Size(MB) 3072
Memory Interface 384 bits
Core Clock Speed(MHz) 830
Memory Clock Speed(MHz) 5000
Display Output (Max Resolution) 2560x1600
Card Dimension(mm) 270 x 110 x 38mm
Before it came down I had taken a snip of the pics.
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Looks interesting I like the design. Also, was not aware people still used AOL
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