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What ever happened to GDDR4?
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Can RV770 make full use of its bandwidth?
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Welp,I believe this will be my switch to ATI, thou I have never really had brand loyalty with Vidcards. I generally like both brands myself.
Visontek has lifetime warrenty and ASUS support OC and still keep the warrenty not void or so I heard.
post #14 of 17
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What ever happened to GDDR4?
It's on my card. And the HD2900PRO/XT 1GB cards. And the X1950XTX.
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post #15 of 17
The only word I picked out from Ikon's post was cheap.

According to their post the new memory will allow for cheaper PCB's and that translates to cheaper cards for consumers. Plus with ATI opting for faster memory instead of a 512-bit interface it's looking good for them to take a bite out of nVidia.

Now as far as warranties go I heard that VisionTek is a nightmare to deal with.

It's great to hear that Asus covers overclocking now. I'll try to confirm that.

***EDIT***
Wait a tick, how would any manufacturer be able to find out since it's driver level overclocking unless you flash the BIOS?
Edited by Perry - 5/22/08 at 8:24am
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The main thing that may keep me away from ATI is the warranty. I've gotten spoiled with a lifetime, modder and overclocking friendly warranty.
i completely understand. lifetime warrenty is more then enough to keep me with some of the nVidia manufacturers. now there introducing double life time warrenty.

plus how will GDDR5 benifit us. i still dont know the difference between GDDR3 adn GDDR4
    
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i completely understand. lifetime warrenty is more then enough to keep me with some of the nVidia manufacturers. now there introducing double life time warrenty.

plus how will GDDR5 benifit us. i still dont know the difference between GDDR3 adn GDDR4
Less voltage, faster clocks. My GDDR4 will hit 2,600MHz without relaxing the timings at all.
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