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it seems that the 9series will do pretty good after all.
Actually this is extremely bad news for nVidia....
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post #32 of 49
aww wi waited this long for a GTS that supports tri-sli? :\\ oh well.. guess ill pick up two of these and hope that they release the 10 series in june as promised ... step up ftw
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post #33 of 49
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Actually this is extremely bad news for nVidia....
Well, if they weren't so set on having the card priced so high...

But if Nvidia releases the 10's, and they're better, and then ATI brings back something even better than that, with a comparatively scaled price, well...Nvidia's going to be licking it's wounds.
    
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I think the G80's making the most impressive , because it was released in 2006 and its performance is not too far from 2008's video card.
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did you guys see the 19K score with a quad. thats just not the CPU. im feeling the GX2 will surprise us alot.
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did you guys see the 19K score with a quad. thats just not the CPU. im feeling the GX2 will surprise us alot.
As was already stated, that is with an extreme quad running at 4.5GHz. I can break 14k with a Q6600 @ 3.4 and a slightly OC'd 8800GT. This does not impress me.
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post #37 of 49
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eh, look at the bright side(not that you werent already ). the new cards should run cooler and draw less power anyway. you might see more of a performance jump in real world games too!
If the 9600GT is a sign of anything to come, I think it's exactly as you say. I'm noticing a MUCH lower temp with my 9600GT vs my previous 7950GT (Yes, I know it's the same as comparing the 9600GT to an 8600 per say, but the 8800GT still runs much hotter)... The lower I can keep an in-case ambient, the more I can OC

Either way, I only purchased the 9600GT as a temporary until the 9800GTX... I was thinking about going the 8800GTX route, but for less power/lower temps, there's no reason not to being that money isn't a deciding factor per say...

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Actually this is extremely bad news for nVidia....
Maybe so, but for me I think it's good news. More competition = better products/lower prices. In the end, I think the consumer wins because of a good nVidia/ATI war.
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post #38 of 49
Those who already have a top end 8 series card should probably skip the 9 series and wait for the next gen. However, to those still playing with 6 and 7 series cards looking to upgrade, the 9800GTX might be an attractive product at $400.
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Those who already have a top end 8 series card should probably skip the 9 series and wait for the next gen. However, to those still playing with 6 and 7 series cards looking to upgrade, the 9800GTX might be an attractive product at $400.
If I were still running a 6 or 7 series card, I would either tough it out until next gen, or grab an 8800GT/GTS instead of a 9800GTX.

If the 9 series drops the price of the 8800GT to $150-$175, it's price2performance ratio is going to be off the scale!
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I think it really depends on the G90's architecture whether nVidia will be able to fix it or not. Judging from what we have seen from the Geforce 8 series G90 chips i am not expecting anything from Geforce 9.
Fix? The G92 8800GTSs are great. The only ATi doing better in the Crysis benchmarks than my 8800GTSs in SLI is a 2 3870x2 setup, which is 4 GPUs.

Nothing wrong with ATi, in fact, they look to be doing awesome, which means nVidia better get in gear. However, the 65nm G92s are great GPUs. If nVidia could put 2 of them together like ATi has with the 3870x2s rather than on 2 PCBs, that'd be pretty nice. However, it is disappointing they still don't have dual-screen support in SLI, or DX 10.1 in the 9 series.

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aww wi waited this long for a GTS that supports tri-sli? : oh well.. guess ill pick up two of these and hope that they release the 10 series in june as promised ... step up ftw
You really expect the 10-series to come out 3-5 months after the 9-series?
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