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[vr-zone] Forget about 9800GX2, comes 9800GTX

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Lots of pictures.
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Nice.
I wonder how its going to perform, any benchies yet?
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Yes, 19K Something, with a 4.5 GHZ QX9560.
    
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Nah, 2 x GX2s.
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wow i didnt know the new GTX was longer then the current 512MB GTS. its almost the length of the 9800GX2.
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It looks to be just a G92 core with a bigger PCB. It will probably just have a crazy high clock speed.
    
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I bet 3 of these would out perform Quad GX2
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Originally Posted by FZ0 View Post
I bet 3 of these would out perform Quad GX2
I will let you know as soon as i get them just pre-ordered 3 of them just got to wait till release now
looking at the pics it looks like each card has 2 sixpin pci express so i will need six
post #9 of 35
this is fckng ridiculous.... it's getting bigger and bigger, don't see cpu's getting any bigger, do they ? whit the 10K series, it will break some mobo's propably....
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this is fckng ridiculous.... it's getting bigger and bigger, don't see cpu's getting any bigger, do they ? whit the 10K series, it will break some mobo's propably....
GPU's will get bigger until they have to find another solution. Bigger GPU's is basically a linear power increase, I'm fine with it.

CPU's got faster until they had to step to multicore, but performance didn't scale linearly as with speed. GPU's are already starting that route (3870X2, 9800GX2,) and we see the results are the more or less the same as multi-CPU scaling, less efficiency.
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