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If they release cards that are twice as fast as my cards and I've only had them for 7ish months, then I'm getting a new hobby.

I personally think companys are doing this on purpose to get more money, they probably already have 9800GTXs ready and completed, but they won't release it yet so they sell more 8 series, and then after the 8 series die down in sales, they will release the 9 series....
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The time it took them to develop the 8800's I can't see them also having a far superior technology already.
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If they release cards that are twice as fast as my cards and I've only had them for 7ish months, then I'm getting a new hobby.

I personally think companys are doing this on purpose to get more money, they probably already have 9800GTXs ready and completed, but they won't release it yet so they sell more 8 series, and then after the 8 series die down in sales, they will release the 9 series....

Word!!

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The time it took them to develop the 8800's I can't see them also having a far superior technology already.
I can coggy, it's all about money, bottom line...
I agree with Murlocke for the most part, but in concert with demand for the 8 series diminishing, they'll most likely release the new series whatever it is right B4 the holidays when people are ready to spend money. Don't kid yourself, big companies hire alot of very crafty people to orchestrate all this.

You wanna play, you gotta pay.. You wanna brag, you gotta pay sooner. If you're patient, you may save some money.

When the 8800's were first released in '06, I started drooling big time. I had a 7900 GT that I liked, but the 8800 GTX seemed awesome. I was married for ~2 weeks at the time and my sweetheart was kind of looking over my shoulder one night while I was reading some reviews and ooing and ahhing...

I came home from work the next night from work and low and behold, an EVGA 8800 GTX was sitting on the dining room table, (thank God I she knew where the local Fry's is located).

Now mind you, my current oo's and ahh's are no longer met with such newlywed enthusiasm. My point is big companies position themselves at the right place at the right time to maximize their profits. Basically, they got ya..

Unlike Murlocke, I probably won't find a new (or another) hobby as a result of vendor's marketing strategies. For the most part, I'm happy with my current system's performance for now.

There's a big difference between upgrading a midrange system to a high end system, and a high end system to a "state of the art" system. The $$$ becomes a bigger factor, and one really has to stop and think (and at some point pay bills).
    
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Nuclear, sounds like you have one hell of a wife!!

I think the research and development of the latest technology is far beyond what we give them credit for. The developmental phase on something like this is an intricate pipeline, with the finishing touches and final testing coming just before the product is ready for release. But, what do the developers do when a product has been fully developed? well, they start working on a new one. That means basically since the release of the 8800's the guys in the labcoats have been working on the next big thing. That means over a year of development time, by now I'm sure they are in the final stages of creation/QA for their next round of GPU's. But like mentioned before, It wont be till the GTX's die down, or rather about a month before the holidays will they release it. And if the OP's post is referring to Mobile GPU development, then it will have little effect on when the next round of high end gaming GPUs are released. In fact, I'd imagine they won't even care about GTX sales come Q4, they'll just release it with enough time to allow everyone that wants a new 9 series card for Christmas to get one. Not to mention it will drop current Video card prices, making them even more available to the masses.
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post #15 of 27
It would be nice to get an 8800 for a reasonable price.
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As long as I can play all my games at incredible quality, I'm fine.

The 8800GTS should do that, I play BF2 and CS Source, and I will be playing UT3 when it comes out.

I don't always need the best...

Anyway, I'm sure they've got the next-gen under their belts already.
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You guys seem to be forgetting that with the release of the 8900's/9800's/102400's that it doesn't necessarily make your 8800's obsolete. Quite the contrary. It drops the prices big time, to the point where you can pick one up for SLI for half the price you payed for the original one. Take the 8800GTS 320mb. You can get it easily for under half the price of an Ultra nowadays. Put 2 in SLI and you're dominating and sort of single-card rig out right now.

Wait.... did i just speak positively of SLI?
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You guys seem to be forgetting that with the release of the 8900's/9800's/102400's that it doesn't necessarily make your 8800's obsolete. Quite the contrary. It drops the prices big time, to the point where you can pick one up for SLI for half the price you payed for the original one. Take the 8800GTS 320mb. You can get it easily for under half the price of an Ultra nowadays. Put 2 in SLI and you're dominating and sort of single-card rig out right now.

Wait.... did i just speak positively of SLI?
is that true? will two 8800gts 320mb preform better that a ultra?
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is that true? will two 8800gts 320mb preform better that a ultra?
I would be giving you proof but xbit and THW are both giving me trouble atm.
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Hey Nuclear Jock:

"You wanna play, you gotta pay.. You wanna brag, you gotta pay sooner. If you're patient, you may save some money."


I like this statement; very true



I also cracked up when you said you were "satisfied for the most part" with your current system......LOL I would cut off a toe to have that system
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