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Originally Posted by Robilar View Post

It was stated by Anand, that this will be a full product run so there should be no issue with getting cards at release.

Despite the enthusiasm here, this is still a $1000 card. I personally plan to grab one as I expect a number of members here will. Remains to be seen how well it will sell out in the wild.

Got it.
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Originally Posted by Robilar View Post

It was stated by Anand, that this will be a full product run so there should be no issue with getting cards at release.

Despite the enthusiasm here, this is still a $1000 card. I personally plan to grab one as I expect a number of members here will. Remains to be seen how well it will sell out in the wild.

If you go to forums whom are less enthusiastic like tomshardware forums there tend to be a lot of users trying to build entire gaming machines for 600-750. let alone a video card.
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and please remember this people...

'You can not boil an egg with a GTX 480'.

thanks for your support..
thanks for the morning laughs, gotta go to work.. redface.gif
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Originally Posted by Shiftstealth View Post

Did he say pre orders or will they be in stock tomorrow?

Also, more importantly, what will be the limit on the number we can buy. I want 2, but do not want my pre-orders spread across multiple companies.
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I just want to see what overclocked performance looks like versus factory performance. I'm also very curious what true factory performance looks like.

876 MHz is quoted as the boost clock, and there have been some slides from nVidia showing performance presumably at stock speeds. People have been interpreting this as, these graphs were ran at 876 MHz, and then we see people claiming to push 1100+ MHz and we say, WOW, these things will overclock 30%+ and they may be as fast a 690!

What we are forgetting is that like the 680's, many of these cards probably boost well beyond their quoted 876 boost clock from the factory. These benches may have been ran on a card that hits 1030 MHz on factory boost, and maybe the actual overclock is only 100 MHz or so meaning that we should really only expect 10-15% over what is shown by nVidia's graphs.

Tomorrow just needs to get here. I also hope most review sites actually quote the clock their cards are actually running at in game rather than saying "it was ran at the default 876 MHz boost." I think when the 680's were released no one really understood that they boosted beyond "boost clock" and that quoting 1058 MHz was not the true MHz the cards were being ran at.

Tom's hit 1.2Ghz, Guru3d hit 1.17Ghz, PC Perspective hit 1.1Ghz, and Linus stated with factory settings and boost, if you slide the temp target up, the card was hitting 1Ghz on its own.

The results on Nvidia's website were factory clock speeds with factory settings (educated guess), Nvidia typically won't put charts with results of an OC on their main product page. All the reviews seemed to agree that without touching the card, right out of the box, depending on ambient room temp, it will hit 900Mhz or a little more.

You and I my friend are in the same boat though, I want to see those 1Ghz+ OC results...tomorrow can't come soon enough!
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Also, more importantly, what will be the limit on the number we can buy. I want 2, but do not want my pre-orders spread across multiple companies.

I don't see why there would be a limit of 1 per person tomorrow, these aren't limited production cards. Nvidia already stated it will be continued production....
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Originally Posted by Robilar View Post

It was stated by Anand, that this will be a full product run so there should be no issue with getting cards at release.

Despite the enthusiasm here, this is still a $1000 card. I personally plan to grab one as I expect a number of members here will. Remains to be seen how well it will sell out in the wild.

I believe we are at 6 confirmed cards being purchased on release here....

Majin, Myself, you, RC, and a couple others have said they are getting at least one.
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You lost me on this one. Explain how a 3rd party cooler on a mass-produced card can be compared to a custom designed card/SKU with a custom cooler. The 7990 is just two 7970's put into one monolithic card while the GTX 690 was designed from the ground up to be power efficient and exotic.

The 7990 wasn't even designed by AMD. It has no place in this comparison for coolers since there is no base line for production models.

Looking at 7970 and the noise it creates, 7990 will be no better. I had to use that 7990 as comparison because no reference exist yet.
Like jomama said earlier when he came with the pathetic defence: "AMD was out with vapour first" yet you don`t see any GPUs from AMD (reference) out there with it. Only Nvidia use them doh.gif

You guys can be as mad as you want but Nvidia got better accoustics with their reference models. People own them, people sell them and people buy them today too so its totally legit comparison.
Not a problem for new customers though but I think it was fun with the comparsion of previous models.
Edited by Cloudfire777 - 2/20/13 at 9:35am
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Also, more importantly, what will be the limit on the number we can buy. I want 2, but do not want my pre-orders spread across multiple companies.
You and rcfc both placing pre orders with the same company?
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Not only is it an i5 750 at 2.3Ghz, its also w7 32 BIT.

Noty sure if it was reading right but

750 and 7950's in Xfire score X5271

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/5474579

Why the hell would you bench with a 750 tho? A stock clocked 750?
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Tom's hit 1.2Ghz, Guru3d hit 1.17Ghz, PC Perspective hit 1.1Ghz, and Linus stated with factory settings and boost, if you slide the temp target up, the card was hitting 1Ghz on its own.

The results on Nvidia's website were factory clock speeds with factory settings (educated guess), Nvidia typically won't put charts with results of an OC on their main product page. All the reviews seemed to agree that without touching the card, right out of the box, depending on ambient room temp, it will hit 900Mhz or a little more.

You and I my friend are in the same boat though, I want to see those 1Ghz+ OC results...tomorrow can't come soon enough!

Well based on the 3d mark results found here:
GTX TITAN: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/5966935 4500 gpu score
GTX 680: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/5175405 3000 gpu score

both look to be stock as the memory remains the same. Its safe to say that SLi Titans should about Equal Tri SLi GTX 680's which run about 1350. So still nothing to gawk over but it will be nice.

Like people have been saying this will be a niche product. But i happen to be in that niche since i can only fit one card in an ITX case.
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Looking at 7970 and the noise it creates, 7990 will be no better.
Like jomama said earlier when he came with the pathetic defence: "AMD was out with vapour first" yet you don`t see any GPUs from AMD out there with it. Only Nvidia use them doh.gif

You guys can be as mad as you want but Nvidia got better accoustics with their reference models. People own them, people sell them and people buy them today too so its totally legit comparison.
Not a problem for new customers though but I think it was fun with the comparsion of previous models

Fun? Yes. Enough to lead to the conclusion that AMD make lousy cheap cards? No...
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