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X1950XTX Crossfire Vs 8800GTX Cough.. They werent that close together though. It is possible though dont doubt it. Until we see real proof then this is just a myth.. Just like how brisbane was supposed to be 20% faster than Core 2
That is basically saying that a GT280 is faster than my Quad SLI setup in a single card. They say 2x faster than a 9800GX2 and Quad SLI isn't double the performance. I mean come on i have heard some wild BS claims in my time but crikey that's a stinker.
 
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Not a chance in hell. It may be slightly faster, but even then i don't see how. The 9800GX2 is 2x GPU's that make up it's performance. How can one single GPU come along in such a short period of time and blow it away? It's purely illogical.
By doubling the stream processors, bus, and memory? Imagine the performance of the GX2 if it wasn't bound by SLI, and then give it slightly better specs
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That is basically saying that a GT280 is faster than my Quad SLI setup in a single card. They say 2x faster than a 9800GX2 and Quad SLI isn't double the performance. I mean come on i have heard some wild BS claims in my time but crikey that's a stinker.
Wow. Yea your correct. This is all just speculation. Wow you have GX2 SLI.. NIce!

Sorry I just noticed that

Like i said before. Launching a new GPU every month is FAIL!
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I doubt it will be twice as fast as the 9800GX2, though I do expect it to be faster non the less. The GT280 will have full use of the 1GB GDDR3, 512-bit bus, and 240sp. We all know that in an SLI (or GX2) setup the two cards don't really combine specs like the GX2 is advertised as doing.
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SP are not everything. Look at how 9600GT with only 64 does almots as good as 8800GT. I call this BS until i see proof. I think that they are trying do i tell people that nvidia is releasing these monsters so you people should wait and not by ATi HD4000 but wait buy this even if they fail to make such a card that have taken sales from ATi.

Edit: Even if it was truly a 9 series like 8800GTX was for 8 series the high end card is only 2 times better then the last gen high end given it only like 15-20 % better if not less then GX2. I say this because i was looking at some bechmark of 7900GTX sli vs 8800GTX and they were pretty close.
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SP are not everything. Look at how 9600GT with only 64 does almots as good as 8800GT. I call this BS until i see proof. I think that they are trying do i tell people that nvidia is releasing these monsters so you people should wait and not by ATi HD4000 but wait buy this even if they fail to make such a card that have taken sales from ATi.
Yeah but how fast would 9600GT be with 112sp like the 8800GT?
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I doubt it will be twice as fast as the 9800GX2, though I do expect it to be faster non the less. The GT280 will have full use of the 1GB GDDR3, 512-bit bus, and 240sp. We all know that in an SLI (or GX2) setup the two cards don't really combine specs like the GX2 is advertised as doing.
Exactly, it's basically a GX2 with more useful memory and remove the henderance of sli and driver conflicts. Oh yeah not to mention the fact that some games may not even support SLI.

If all we have to guestimate about this card are the specs, then this card looks damn good on paper and I can see how it could destroy the GX2. It's a GX2 on steroids and without SLI holding it back. How could you NOT believe it's going to be that much better.


And to the people saying that releasing these cards that close together is fail... Well we keep on buying them. If it was me I would keep on selling them.
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Edit: Even if it was truly a 9 series like 8800GTX was for 8 series the high end card is only 2 times better then the last gen high end given it only like 15-20 % better if not less then GX2. I say this because i was looking at some bechmark of 7900GTX sli vs 8800GTX and they were pretty close.
I'm hoping the GT280 will be to 9800GX2 like the 8800GTX was to the 7950GX2.
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I'm hoping the GT280 will be to 9800GX2 like the 8800GTX was to the 7950GX2.
I wouldn't be surprised.
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