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Holy **** That looks of the chain 1.05GHz, GDDR5..... 1gb memory. That's gonna eat the 9800GX2 alive! I'm gonna get it!
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Go ATi GOOOOO! A new x1950xtx?
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Hopefully this card rocks! I would love to CF with this X38
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Wasn't there alot of hype about how GDDR5 was gona be like 4GHz+
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Originally Posted by David_1337 View Post
Wasn't there alot of hype about how GDDR5 was gona be like 4GHz+
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1.8-2.2 physical clock,3.6-4.4 effective.
    
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Using GDDR5 on GT200 is pointless because GT200 use 512bit

1.1GHz GDDR3 on 512bit will give you the same memory bandwidth as 2.2GHz GDDR5 on 256bit
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Using GDDR5 on GT200 is pointless because GT200 use 512bit

1.1GHz GDDR3 on 512bit will give you the same memory bandwidth as 2.2GHz GDDR5 on 256bit
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hold on a second umm not since 2006 what has the umm 3870 x2 done " absolutly nothing at all for world records " no sir not one bit nada nothing. think before you speak please ha.
Last I herd it was head and head with the 8800GTX and the 3870X2, I wouldn't call that topple...
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Me =
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4870 or 4870x2 is going to be my next card
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