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Sounds like nVidia is really going for nothing but raw power. (This explains why the thermal dissipation was said to be i think 200w.)
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Sounds like nVidia is really going for nothing but raw power. (This explains why the thermal dissipation was said to be i think 200w.)
240w was the last I heard

4870 is supposed to be ~140w.
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Well they tell you how much it costs(basically); GT200 die = $100-$110 per piece... Still @ $499 a card they should be a able to turn a sizable profit(even after the added cost of PCB + 1GB GDDR3 + assembly/packaging/shipping), I just hope ATI puts enough pricing/performance pressure on Nvidia to keep things competitive. I'll be pissed if these monsters are ~$699.
GPU dies themselves are MUCH MUCH cheaper.
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Sounds like nVidia is really going for nothing but raw power. (This explains why the thermal dissipation was said to be i think 200w.)
Well, they did that with the 8800GTX. It worked, and was still the second best card for about two years. I'd have to say; anyone who bought the 8800GTX when it came out got the deal of a life time.
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Well, they did that with the 8800GTX. It worked, and was still the second best card for about two years. I'd have to say; anyone who bought the 8800GTX when it came out got the deal of a life time.
Yep, got mine about a month after it came out and that was a year and a half ago. Good to see new cards coming out that will give a big performance boost.
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240w was the last I heard

4870 is supposed to be ~140w.
Good point, wonder if it will actually detour people from it and to the HD4K series.

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Well, they did that with the 8800GTX. It worked, and was still the second best card for about two years. I'd have to say; anyone who bought the 8800GTX when it came out got the deal of a life time.
If they come out with a worthy successor to the 8800GTX i will get on my hands and knees and kiss nVidia's mighty feet.
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Yep, got mine about a month after it came out and that was a year and a half ago. Good to see new cards coming out that will give a big performance boost.
The thing is, you can buy a graphics card from a year ago and still get one of the top end cards. GPU's kinda slowed down once the 8800 series hit. I want a BIG jump!
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That's more transistors than my whole computer... and that's with a quad and ATI's 666 million monster.
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