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http://www.dailytech.com/NVIDIA+AMD+...ticle11451.htm

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The next codenames to remember: GT200 and RV770

After the NVIDIA financial analyst call last week, the company briefly hinted at its upcoming roadmap this year.

AMD's RV770 architecture, set to launch this summer, will be immediately followed by a new graphics architecture from NVIDIA, codenamed GT200. GeForce 9900, as it's been dubbed, is not simply a derivation of G92 like the current GeForce 9800 GX2 and GTX offerings.

NVIDIA has been extremely tight-lipped about GeForce 9900, as it overlaps considerably with its current high-end offerings. NVIDIA's latest flagship products, the GeForce 9800 GTX and GeForce GX2 only made their debut last month. Unlike the GeForce 9900, these cards were once again based on the G92 die -- nearly the same GPU used in the GeForce 8800 GT.

Original NVIDIA roadmaps put the GT200 launch in late Fall 2008. However internal memos sent out to board partners in early March detail that the GT200 processor has already been taped out. The same document alludes to the fact that the GT200 chip is very stable, and has been ready to ship for reference designs for several weeks already.

The company gave no reason for the tentative roll-in, but with AMD launching the successor to successful RV670 (Radeon 3850, 3870) this summer, it seems entirely plausible that NVIDIA anticipates another close race.

AMD partners claim Radeon RV770 will make its debut this summer under $300. NVIDIA's 9900 is currently scheduled as an ultra-high end adapter to be priced higher than the GeForce 9800 GX2 offerings, which retail for more than $500 today.

Channel partners indicate that the 9800 GTX and GX2 will begin phasing out next month in preparation for the GT200 launch. Both companies have made promises to show demonstrations of their next-gen cards at the Computex Taipei trade show on June 3, 2008.
Looks like GT200 is already set to go, but Nvidia is just stalling waiting for AMD/ATI to make their move first. Also, judging by this, the GT200 may not be a G92 card after all.
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Wouldn't be new, ATI comes out with great stuff, a month later nvidia beats.
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GT200 must be a heck of a card if it is debuting at over $500, while RV770 looks like it will debut at less then $300. Either that or Nvidia is over confident in its product, or under estimating ATI.
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AMD partners claim Radeon RV770 will make its debut this summer under $300.
RV770 for under $300? Damn...

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Channel partners indicate that the 9800 GTX and GX2 will begin phasing out next month in preparation for the GT200 launch. Both companies have made promises to show demonstrations of their next-gen cards at the Computex Taipei trade show on June 3, 2008.
Erm that means the 9800GTX & GX2 will be EOL after 2-3 months on the market?
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Good news, glad I held off from a 9800GX2.
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So i was thinking if 4000 was slower then 9900 but alot cheap what would OCN get?
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Im pretty well set that I am going Towards ATI for my next card buy..just how Nvidia is currently going
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So i was thinking if 4000 was slower then 9900 but alot cheap what would OCN get?
Depends on how much slower.
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ATI

Partly because I dont even have 400$ to spend on a graphic card....
    
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Im pretty well set that I am going Towards ATI for my next card buy..just how Nvidia is currently going
Agreed. To be honest, I feel that Nvidia cards are often superior, but the fact that I am limited to an Nvidia platform that is inferior to intel's just to squeeze a few more fps is starting to bug me.

Next purchases will be one of the fancy DFI Lanparty boards w/ an X38, and (perhaps) a pair of these new ATI cards. If not, it'll be dual 3870's.

Now try not to go jumping all over me if there are any nvidia fanboy's out there. My opinion = Intel trumps Nvidia in the chipset arena. I think most people in the know would agree w/ me.
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