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GTX280:
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1.4 billion transistors and 240 cores


We managed to get the final Geforce GTX 280 details, and most of the stuff that we've reported over the last few months turned to be true.

Codenamed GT200, the GTX 280 GPU developed in 65nm process and has 1.4 billion transistors clocked at 602MHz. The processor clock, something that we use to call Shaders, works at 1296MHz and Nvidia's new chip has impressive 240 cores.

The GTX 280 card uses GDDR3 memory with 512-bit memory interface clocked to 1107MHz (2214MHz). The card has 141.7GB/s bandwidth and it comes with a total of 1GB memory.

The GT200 chip has 32 ROPs, 80 texture filtering units, 48.2 Gigatexels/sec texture filtering rate. The card supports HDCP, and HDVI via DVI to HDMI adapter and comes with two dual link DVI-I and a single HDTV out.

Ramdac is set to 400MHz, and the card itself is dual-slot with PCIe 2.0 interface and has one 8-pin and one 6-pin power connector. So, now you know.
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GTX260:
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Slightly slower


Nvidia’s second GT200-based card will also be available for sale in about six days and here are the final details and clocks. Geforce GTX 260 is, as well, based on 65nm GT200 core that has 1.4 billion transistors, but this time clocked to 576MHz. Some of these transistors will sit disabled, as GTX 260 has two of ten clusters disabled.

The Shaders are clocked to 1242MHz and the card has a total of 192 Shaders (what used to be called Shader units are now called processor cores).

The card has an odd number of 896MB GDDR3 memory clocked at 999MHz (1998MHz effectively) and this is enough for 111.9GB/s bandwidth. The slower of the chips has 28 ROPs, 64 Texture filtering units and 36.9GigaTexels/second of texture filtering rate.

If you look at these specs closely, you will see that GTX 260 is the same as GTX 280, but with two clusters disabled. If GTX 280 has ten clusters, GTX 260 ends up at eight.

The card has HDCP, HDMI via DVI, but this time two 6-pin power connectors; and launches next Tuesday.
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it's hard to tell right now which one is better, the HD4800 series, or the GT200 series......
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yeah what Halo2vista said
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I would guess overall performance goes to Nvidia, For most cost effective SLi or CrossFire performance might go towards ATI this time around. We will see soon. Been itching to replace the all mighty 8800GTX
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it's hard to tell right now which one is better, the HD4800 series, or the GT200 series......
Budget? 4 series
High-end? G280.

Well that's how I think.
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Budget? 4 series
High-end? G280.

Well that's how I think.
Well you can still go high end with 2 4870 ans till cost less and with the bechmarks i have seen it should have no problem to beat one GTX280.
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i cant believe ppl still sit around guesstimating the performance of something based on paper specs. as if they didnt learn anything from the 3850 series.
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It seems everything except über extreme top o' the line performance is ATI, until you go Multi Card.
    
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...but ATi still morer than hold their own when it comes to multi-card performance... Why pay 500+ for a GTX 2280 when you can Xfire 2x 4870s and (by the looks of it) get equal performance to the GTX 280, but for less...

it's the whole 9600GT SLI vs 8800 Ultra debate again.
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Originally Posted by -iceblade^ View Post
...but ATi still morer than hold their own when it comes to multi-card performance... Why pay 500+ for a GTX 2280 when you can Xfire 2x 4870s and (by the looks of it) get equal performance to the GTX 280, but for less...

it's the whole 9600GT SLI vs 8800 Ultra debate again.
The rumored starting price of the HD4870 is around $350, so two would cost$700 or around the same as the GTX280.
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