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You know, I read this & realize just how short everyone's memory really is.

Anyone remember a little fiasco ATI threw out a while back called X1800? How late it was coming to market compared to it's nVidia counter part? And most importantly, how much :turd: got thrown at ATI for it, and how much :turd: was talked about how ATI was done for?

Seems to me I remember very soon after X1800 was released, the X1900 series came along, kicked @$$ & took names. As far as I can see, X1900/1950 cards are still pretty damn fast (I should know, I still hold the record here for X1900XTX overclock).

ATI isn't jumping the gun on talking about R700. I see history repeating itself very soon. Every time ATI has a major architecture change, they're late on initial release, but the revised/upgraded version comes to market very quickly on it's heels.

I'm seeing the HD 2900XT as this generations X1800, and I won't be surprised in the least when R700 hits the shelves before anyone knows what hit them. I'll be even less surprised when it starts eating up benchmark records like a fat man at an all-you-can-eat buffet.
    
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You know, I read this & realize just how short everyone's memory really is.

Anyone remember a little fiasco ATI threw out a while back called X1800? How late it was coming to market compared to it's nVidia counter part? And most importantly, how much :turd: got thrown at ATI for it, and how much :turd: was talked about how ATI was done for?

Seems to me I remember very soon after X1800 was released, the X1900 series came along, kicked @$$ & took names. As far as I can see, X1900/1950 cards are still pretty damn fast (I should know, I still hold the record here for X1900XTX overclock).

ATI isn't jumping the gun on talking about R700. I see history repeating itself very soon. Every time ATI has a major architecture change, they're late on initial release, but the revised/upgraded version comes to market very quickly on it's heels.

I'm seeing the HD 2900XT as this generations X1800, and I won't be surprised in the least when R700 hits the shelves before anyone knows what hit them. I'll be even less surprised when it starts eating up benchmark records like a fat man at an all-you-can-eat buffet.
It's called r650 not r700
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It's called r650 not r700
No, I'm talking about R700, you know, the one in the OP.....
    
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No, I'm talking about R700, you know, the one in the OP.....
r700 isn't going to be out anytime soon.

The r650 will be the "correct paper version thing of r600."
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Yeah, just look how long it took them from 90nm to 65nm and the improvement from 90nm to 65nm was non-existent.
I'm running a $60 1.9Ghz cpu @ 2.6Ghz, undervolted and on passive cooling, 24hrs prime stable and I don't even have it near max.

That is almost exactly the same as my old $300 3800+ running active cooling, overvolted, barely stable at 2.5Ghz.
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8800GTS - $270
2900XT - $420
Crysis - $50
Seeing people say "Wait for R600, it's coming out in the next few weeks" in November and the looks on people's faces that still had X800XT cards and 6800GT cards all the way up until May = Priceless.
How is that funny?

Considering that the R600 can beat the crap out the GTS in most tests with sketchy drivers just makes your statement you know...wrong.

(No offense but these type of statements piss me off when you contradict yourselves people... )
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How is that funny?

Considering that the R600 can beat the crap out the GTS in most tests with sketchy drivers just makes your statement you know...wrong.

(No offense but these type of statements piss me off when you contradict yourselves people... )
It beats it by how much?

Now how much more does it cost?
How much extra $$ is that on your power bill?
How much does that thing suck in?
Oh and how long did it take to get out?

Case and point.
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It beats it by how much?

Now how much more does it cost?
How much extra $$ is that on your power bill?
How much does that thing suck in?
Oh and how long did it take to get out?

Case and point.
You want some proof?

Tops even the GTX, I don't think your being exact by how much does it beat it at:
http://www.legitreviews.com/article/504/3/

The reason why it would suck so much in:
http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=t...ngqKTCGLNW6LpA
Thats some pretty good overclocking right there.

It's delay reason:
http://www.anandtech.com/video/showdoc.aspx?i=2988&p=1

If you still don't believe it look up some facts, not bias facts but actual facts from trusted reviews.
The card has immature drivers too, I'm sure you heard this a million times before, don't be a fanboy.
Yes it does lose in some tests but it's pretty awesome for the price.
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