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Yeah but both Samsung and Hynix are also making the GDDR5 chips.
yeah, but competition for consumers = lower costs due to compete for more consumers AKA all the ATI card manufacturers. i agree with cheetos, we will soon see some of these LN2 overclocked at crazy high speeds, if only AMD could get idle clock speeds that high, we shall see soon enough
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it's gonna be expensive in the beginning because of all the hype that will occur. I'm not going to buy it till my current computer dies of old age.
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it's gonna be expensive in the beginning because of all the hype that will occur. I'm not going to buy it till my current computer dies of old age.
I won't be THAT expensive dude.
    
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So this means that with some decent OCing, we should see speeds breaking the 5GHz barrier soon!
I don't know man i've never seen a 500mhz VRAM overclock. I'm sure it'll be close to it though.
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Holy Crap
    
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wow. imagine the heat produced at those clocks.

I think Nvidia's choice of wider bus is a more sensible choice. but yes, it'll be very interesting to see these two idea's compete.
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Found something to read while waiting.
http://www.eetasia.com/ART_880050357...P_74d933d1.HTM

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wow. imagine the heat produced at those clocks.

I think Nvidia's choice of wider bus is a more sensible choice. but yes, it'll be very interesting to see these two idea's compete.
We have gone down half a volt since GDDR3.
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wow. imagine the heat produced at those clocks.

I think Nvidia's choice of wider bus is a more sensible choice. but yes, it'll be very interesting to see these two idea's compete.
Maybe..but how much will a card with 512-bits cost us?

The 2900XT 1GB still costs $450 because of its 512-bit bus. And look at the 8800GTX that retailed for $550 and it had 384-bits. 512bits Im thinking at least $599 for a single card or more if its a large leap over what we have now.
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Maybe..but how much will a card with 512-bits cost us?

The 2900XT 1GB still costs $450 because of its 512-bit bus. And look at the 8800GTX that retailed for $550 and it had 384-bits. 512bits Im thinking at least $599 for a single card or more if its a large leap over what we have now.
Or how much it would cost them.

nVidia needs to compete. I have no doubt they would sell even the 9800GTX for $599 today if RV670 doesn't exist. Look at how much 8-series prices have dropped since RV600 series was introduced. If ATi rolls out their RV770 for expected prices, GT200 will have to be priced similar or reasonably more.
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Ahh it's gonna be a great summer. =]

So let me get this straight though, these new chips run at lower voltages too? ie we'll be getting 2x the speed with less power and heat?
    
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