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post #21 of 93
lol

NVIDIA’s GeForce 8800GTX will be the flagship product. The core clock will be factory clocked at 575 MHz. All GeForce 8800GTX cards will be equipped with 768MB of GDDR3 memory, to be clocked at 900 MHz. The GeForce 8800GTX will also have a 384-bit memory interface and deliver 86GB/second of memory bandwidth. GeForce 8800GTX graphics cards are equipped with 128 unified shaders clocked at 1350 MHz. The theoretical texture fill-rate is around 38.4 billion pixels per second.
is NOTHING to be sneased at,i mean that is just faster then anything else exsisting today,maybe when ati gets there cards they might be faster
BUT! if you notice,a single 8800GTX pwns all the 7th cards.with a real 384-bit memory interface it will be faster then any single slot vedio card solution there is
besides ATI that is

edit:and lets not forget that our beloved ***** (those are just *'s ) WILL OF COURSE make other cards,like 8900 series and 8950 no doupt about it,and lower end cards too
    
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so should i still get the PCP&C 610 or shell out the extra $40 for the 700? (lol, just wondering if the 610 would meet the power requirements of DX10.)
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Wow, those new cards require a ton of power! I like the comment the first guy posted in the power requirements section! lol

Some of those specs are ridiculous! No wonder it needs so much power!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Du@lGeEk
Yes , 768 Mb of RAM is weird!
I'm gonna start saving money for a second PSU, because that card should kill the one i have now....
And i'm goona also start planning on a mod to adapt a Big Thyphoon on a 8800GTX , that should keep her Coool
An article dated a few weeks ago in L'INQ by Charlie Demerjian explains the reasons nVidia chose to use this user un-friendly numbers for the gfx mem in the upcoming G80. Article here, and the most intresting part quoted below:
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One of the other interesting points that surfaced is much more plausible but still odd, and that is memory width. As far as I know, GDDR3 is only available in 32-bit wide chips, same with the upcoming GDDR4. Early G80 boards are said to have 12 memory chips on them, a number that is not computer friendly.
Doing a little math, 12 * 32 gives you a 384b wide bus. On the odder side, if you take any of the common card memory capacities, 256 and 512MB and divide them by 12, you end up with about 21 or 42MB chips, a size not commonly found in commodity DRAMs. If 12 chips are destined for production, you will end up with a marketers nightmare in DRAM capacities, 384/768 is not a consumer friendly number.
While it could just be something supported by the GPU and not destined for production, you have to ask why they may need this. The thing that makes the most sense to me is that with all the added pipes, they needed more memory bandwidth. To get that, you can either go faster or go wider.
If you look at the cost of high end GDDR parts, faster is ugly. If you look at the yields of high end GDDR parts, faster is ugly. Drawing more traces on a PCB to go wider is far less ugly. If NVidia needed the bandwith that you can only get from a 384b wide bus, then the odd memory size may simply be a side effect of that.
They may have a point in using this kind of numbers, wouldn't you say?
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Cool, do you reckon I could pick up one of these cards (8800GTS) and a X2 cpu without upgrading my PSU, its 450W and has a total of 32A. It says 400W PSU for 8800GTS I take it, it means 400W for whole system not just GPU, or that would mean I would need like 600W.
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post #26 of 93
I'll be getting 2x 8800GTXs the day of the release and a conroe x6900 whenever that is released, hoping to go above 20,000 in 3dmark05 =D
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Murlocke
I'll be getting 2x 8800GTXs the day of the release and a conroe x6900 whenever that is released, hoping to go above 20,000 in 3dmark05 =D
Wow You must be uber rich, can you get me one

That system you will get will be amazing, I am drooling. X6900, 2GB DDR2, 2x768MB 8800GTX's, 150GB Raptor, 1000W PSU. 24 monitor... Man.
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Originally Posted by OCZedd
Wow You must be uber rich, can you get me one

That system you will get will be amazing, I am drooling. X6900, 2GB DDR2, 2x768MB 8800GTX's, 150GB Raptor, 1000W PSU. 24 monitor... Man.
Nah, i'm not rich at all.. I just save my money whenever I can. As soon as I build a computer, I start saving for my next build right away. Which in a year and a half usually is enough to get the best again.
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I was wondering that too OCZedd

Are those requirements/recommended for the G80 card or for the whole system?
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I was wondering that too OCZedd

Are those requirements/recommended for the G80 card or for the whole system?
Im hoping the system... I bought a 1000W PSU for this, if the cards require 800w alone, the PSU won't be enough.

I don't think NVIDIA would release a product like that. So my guess is, as a whole.
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