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http://www.nvidia.com/object/quadro_fx_5600_4600.html

It is right now 3000 bucks for a fx 5600 and 2000 bucks for a 4600.4600 Seems to beat 8800 ultra in tri-sli when 4600 isnt even sli'ed.

Think about the 5600

I can't even imagine playing crysis with a quadro card.

Worth buying 3 ultras for 2100 dollars and tri-sli'ing it?No.And that's a problem if ur pc doesnt have 3 pci-e x16 slots.

Still,geforce series are now at a dead end.All high-tech pc owners right now love their 8800gt's,but a year later 10 series retail will be out and geforce will finish there.It's Quadro Butter Thermal Paste Time!

Well,if you are a rich guy who loves to spend more than 3000 dollars to spend on a gpu,go for it.Still u can play all games at max settings with a 8800 gt with sli.

2 years later,we are at quadro series.

Thanks buddies!
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Quaddro series is nothing to do with games.....
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nVidia is releasing everything WAY too fast.

I mean... why would you release a brand new line of cards right after you release one before it? Like, it's been weeks since they released the 9-series. what, 6 weeks? Correct me if I'm wrong.

They still have to work out all the kinks in the current like. I love nVidia to death, but they are digging their own graves by making more issues for themselves.
    
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the quadro cards are actually slower in games because the drivers are written for accuracy, not speed. they are meant for workstation workloads, not gaming.
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OMG ARE YOU STUPID!!!!!

The quaddro cards are not designed for gaming!!!!!


They are for design, CAD work and that sort of stuff.....

They don't give gaming performance like our geforce 8 and 9 series.
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Its a workstation card, not a gaming cad.
In fact, it sucks at gaming.
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nVidia is releasing everything WAY too fast.

I mean... why would you release a brand new line of cards right after you release one before it? Like, it's been weeks since they released the 9-series. what, 6 weeks? Correct me if I'm wrong.

They still have to work out all the kinks in the current like. I love nVidia to death, but they are digging their own graves by making more issues for themselves.
A million percent agreed.

No they aren't designed for gaming i know it,still it would have a revolituonary performance at gaming if drivers were designed for gaming.And i bet nvidia wont release anything new but will get these out for gaming,while designing a new driver to get quadro's gaming performance out of it.
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A million percent agreed.

No they aren't designed for gaming i know it,still it would have a revoulitonary performance at gaming.
No it wouldn't... It doesn't have the right kind of power needed for gaming. Why don't you see loads of us using quaddro's if they own at gaming?
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I think it would,we are debating here.Editted the post before you posted it..It just needs the needed drivers.
Edit:I dont see anyone here with a quadro cus they cost at least 2000 dollars atm,with that money you can build an ultimate pc.
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I think it would,we are debating here.Editted the post before you posted it..It just needs the needed drivers.
Alright, find us someone playing crysis with a quaddro.
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