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Yea I was planning on going with the 2x9900GTX... DX10.1 support and all that as well (even though its not a big deal).

Probably grab Nehalem, DDR3, and 2x 9900GTX late this year.
That is exactly what I'm planning on doing. Those upgrades should be good for a while. The current stuff will be outdated in less than a year.
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Hmm that might be worth waiting for...
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CJ revealed to us that Nvidia will have a hard time fitting GT200 onto the PCB since the GPU is gonna be large and very power hungry so we can probably assume it is still 65nm based. The PCB for GT200 will be P651.
That is a quote from the same article.

When will this GPU size madness end? Pretty soon we are all going to need to buy server racks just so we can get SLi. Why can't they learn from pretty much every other part in a PC, smaller is better.
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That is a quote from the same article.

When will this GPU size madness end? Pretty soon we are all going to need to buy server racks just so we can get SLi. Why can't they learn from pretty much every other part in a PC, smaller is better.
Pretty soon we're going to be attaching our motherboards to our video cards


I can't wait for these to come out just so I can laugh at all of the GX2 early adopters.
    
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Well, nVidia will release 55nm G92b (saw numbers regarding core size and all, so probably true). Then GT200 just can't be bigger than 55nm.
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That is exactly what I'm planning on doing. Those upgrades should be good for a while. The current stuff will be outdated in less than a year.
pretty much the same here. not sure for SLI, but I will wait for Q1'09 anyway, for the 8-cores.
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if you keep waiting to upgrade to the newest and greatest, you will end up spending all of your time waiting and not gaming.


future-proofing is a great concept, but it never pans out as far as pc hardware is concerned
    
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Wow, i thought Nvidia was on top of their game.

But i'm seriously getting the hint that they don't give a monkeys about their consumer base.

They expect people to invest $$$ for a card just for it to be out of date in two months.

Seems like they are just throwing cat food out for all the hungry kittens.

What happened to making a decent long lasting product? Fair enough the 8800GTX has managed that, but only because Nvidia got complacent. And now ATI show an ounce of strength they release about 2 different cards every month.

I just don't understand.
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So these are the real 9 series cards we've all been waiting for... Thank God!
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post #20 of 67
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if you keep waiting to upgrade to the newest and greatest, you will end up spending all of your time waiting and not gaming.


future-proofing is a great concept, but it never pans out as far as pc hardware is concerned
seriously, if cant game nicely with this rig it'll never happen. i mainly want to upgrade for my graphics work.
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