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Why do people always ask me to buy stuff for them or if they cant have my computer
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cuz your rig rapes souls.
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who cares what's called! BRING IT ON ALREADY!!!! lol *wishful thinking*
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post #14 of 22
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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post
The 9800 series does not exist and never will. I cannot say where I got this info from, the 9800 series will be named something different. If the article is true, calling it G92 and 9800GTX is false. So I believe the whole article is false.
Your right. My 7900GS code named G71 (i think) how ever it's called 7900GS
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post #15 of 22
Quote:
Originally Posted by Unknownm View Post
Your right. My 7900GS code named G71 (i think) how ever it's called 7900GS
No. The model name is 7900GS, the name of the core is G71. The 7900GS, GT, GTX, GTO, and 7950GT all use the G71 core. All the 8800s use the G80 core.
post #16 of 22
eh most everything from the inquirerer is bull. I don't see any reason to lie, but they find reasons I guess.
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post #17 of 22
*sneeze* sorry. i'm allergic to BS.

it's way too hopeful.
it's the INQ.
maybe codenamed g92 but i agree, i doubt it'll be 9800 and i veery wll doubt it'll be 1Tf. maybe twice as powerful as a 8800GTX but that shouldn't be out for awhile if nvidia is smart. they will want to milk all they can from the 8800/8900* series...

sorry. inq=fail. thx for the post nonetheless...

*if that will even ever come into existance.
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post #19 of 22
you would need like quad quad cores just to keep up with a beast like this.
    
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post #20 of 22
Looks like AMD better get r700 out fast or be brutally beaten.
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