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For the high-end enthusiasts segment., Nvidia will launch GeForce 9900 GTX and 9900 GTS in July to replace the 9800 GX2 and GTX. There is a die shrink on G92 for GeForce 9800 GT cards. Nvidia has also cancelled plans to launch GeForce 9800 GTS because there are simply too many high end GPUs. We told you earlier, GeForce 9600 GSO will launch on May 13th which is just a rebrand of the 8800 GS. The rest of the mainstream and value GPUs like 9500 GT, 9500 GS, 9300 GE and 9300 GS will come in June-July timeframe.
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9900GTX looks good.
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So. Much. Contracting. Info.

First there will be a 9900GX2 and GTX, that will use the GT200 cores, then they were supposed to be G92s, then they were to be GTXs and GTSs with G92s, now they are supposed to be a GTX and GTS with GT200?

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Wow so only the 9900 GTX and GTS will be new architecture. The rest is just rehashed G92 BS. I guarantee nVidia is gonna charge out the ass.....

Ati here I come.
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Wow so only the 9900 GTX and GTS will be new architecture. The rest is just rehashed G92 BS. I guarantee nVidia is gonna charge out the ass.....

Ati here I come.
yes, please go buy crappier cards than you need because nvidia makes the right economic choice.
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yes, please go buy crappier cards than you need because nvidia makes the right economic choice.
Holy unnecessary comments Batman!

ATi cards aren't bad.
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yes, please go buy crappier cards than you need because nvidia makes the right economic choice.
What, charging 50% more for a card 10-20% better?
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yes, please go buy crappier cards than you need because nvidia makes the right economic choice.
So you already know how RV770 is going to perform compared to GT200/G92b?

Just something to take note of: the 9800GT shouldn't be that much slower than the 9900GTS, right? Differences between GeForce x8xx and x9xx have never been huge before, and the differences between GS and up cards has never been all that huge either. So if the 9900 cards are using GT200, but are still part of the 9-series...well, to me that sounds like they might not actually be a huge step up from G92/G92b. Of course, Nvidia's gone crazy in terms of card nomenclature recently - the 9900GTS may outperform the 9800GT by a huge margin. It wouldn't make any sense, but a lot of the naming schemes Nvidia have used recently haven't made any sense either.

I wonder if all this is just sort of a stutter-step before Nvidia comes up with their new card names?
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Wasn't there supposed to be a 9900 GX2? If not I'm suspecting that 9900 GTX to cost over $450 which is a bit too rich for my blood.
I've always had nVidia cards but because of their latest shenanigans I'm seriously thinking of getting me a 4870.
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