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I think everybody is ready to jump ship alittle to quick! I am hitting allmost 19,000 with GX2 superclocked and a dualcore 3.0 E6850! I think your problem is with your processor.I own a Q6600 and I use it as a paper weight! I am not kidding either!
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Think i'll stick with my 9800GTX for a while.
post #73 of 83
You use a Q6600 as a paperweight when you have a dual core at 3ghz? That doesn't seem very smart.
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post #74 of 83
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Originally Posted by Mootsfox View Post
You use a Q6600 as a paperweight when you have a dual core at 3ghz? That doesn't seem very smart.
No, it's because his thermalcrap poor excuse of a watercooler can't cool a Q6600, so he sticks to his dual core.
post #75 of 83
all it takes is to read the first couple sentences of the article to realize most of this is made up. " once again we were not invited". this means they dont know about any of the new info nvidia is releasing
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all it takes is to read the first couple sentences of the article to realize most of this is made up. " once again we were not invited". this means they dont know about any of the new info nvidia is releasing
you read into that in the wrong direction.

i believe that someone on an NDA from the meeting could have told him.

although that would be counter-productive for that person and therefore unlikely.

BS. I bet those shaders run at 1500mhz.

Thing is going to be a beast, but costly at that.
    
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GeForce GTX is the name of the graphics card series using the NVIDIA GT200 graphics circuit. Initially there will be two models, GTX 280 and GTX 260. We've known for long that the faster of the two, 280, will sport 240 shader processors, 512-bit bus, 1GB GDDR3 RAM, 32 ROPs and 80 TMUs. In turn, GTX 260 will sport 192 shaders, 448-bit bus, 896MB GDDR3 memory, 24 ROPS and 64 TMUs. And now the final frequencies have been revealed by the people over at TheInq, and they seemed reasonable. The core clocks are said to be 600MHz and 575MHz respectively of GTX 280 and 260. The shaders will be clocked at 1300MHz and 1250MHz (misprint in the original article), while the memory will operate at 1.1GHz and 1.0GHz with each card. Prices will be $600 for the GTX280 and $450 for the GTX260, pretty much as expected.
http://www.nordichardware.com/news,7794.html

At that price, it better blow ATI's new cards away, but it might probably only be marginally better at best.

Appears to be the same as reported here
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At that price, it better blow ATI's new cards away, but it might probably only be marginally better at best.
Agreed. I don't believe any of the hype from either side. I'm waiting for benchmarks.
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http://www.nordichardware.com/news,7794.html

At that price, it better blow ATI's new cards away, but it might probably only be marginally better at best.

Appears to be the same as reported here
It's way way to early to make any predictions, neither series has had valid benches/testing(leaked or otherwise). I'll admit RV770 is looking good(especially for the money) but the 2900xt looked damn good on paper too.

And as you pointed out this is a repost(of sorts) since all NH did was cite theinquirer...
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It's way way to early to make any predictions, neither series has had valid benches/testing(leaked or otherwise). I'll admit RV770 is looking good(especially for the money) but the 2900xt looked damn good on paper too.

And as you pointed out this is a repost(of sorts) since all NH did was cite theinquirer...
I was just referring to the previous generation and yeah, the INQ article that I read yesterday

http://www.theinquirer.net/gb/inquir...0-280-revealed
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