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... ATi <...> seem to offer more bang for the buck aswell as better advances in tech...
Does words CUDA and PhisyX mean anything to you? I see no technological advance on ATI 4 series. DX 10.1 support in useless, since there will be no games supporting it. Their CTM technology is no match for CUDA. Plus they gonna implement Intel's Havok, which isn't developed by them and therefore can't be their win. While ATI card is an interesting offering (price/performance wise), nVidia have the technological edge just like they do most of the time.
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Does words CUDA and PhisyX mean anything to you? I see no technological advance on ATI 4 series. DX 10.1 support in useless, since there will be no games supporting it. Their CTM technology is no match for CUDA. Plus they gonna implement Intel's Havok, which isn't developed by them and therefore can't be their win. While ATI card is an interesting offering (price/performance wise), nVidia have the technological edge just like they do most of the time.
Dude, guive it up. You come along and post defending nvidia in every thread like it was your first born. If you are so hung up on new tech, explain the 9800GTX? Rehashing an existing card and giving it a new name is hardly revolutionary. If nvidia were consistently on the cutting edge as you claim, what was the deal with that? Also, ATI coming out with these cards at these prices is excellent for the industry and users like us, so I am not sure why you are so against it. Face it, nvidia is looking beat this time around. Get over it.
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Dude, guive it up. You come along and post defending nvidia in every thread like it was your first born. If you are so hung up on new tech, explain the 9800GTX? Rehashing an existing card and giving it a new name is hardly revolutionary. If nvidia were consistently on the cutting edge as you claim, what was the deal with that? Also, ATI coming out with these cards at these prices is excellent for the industry and users like us, so I am not sure why you are so against it. Face it, nvidia is looking beat this time around. Get over it.
O wow. Truth.
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Does words CUDA and PhisyX mean anything to you? I see no technological advance on ATI 4 series. DX 10.1 support in useless, since there will be no games supporting it. Their CTM technology is no match for CUDA. Plus they gonna implement Intel's Havok, which isn't developed by them and therefore can't be their win. While ATI card is an interesting offering (price/performance wise), nVidia have the technological edge just like they do most of the time.
CUDA and PhysX? Thinking??? Wasn't PhysX used on 1 game a while ago?

Seems like it is about as useful as DX10.1 yes?

Doesn't matter if ATI developed Havok. Havok is used by far more games than PhysX and thus will be beneficial to them.

If you are playing a game that is Havok supported on a 4800 series ATI card you aren't going to care if ATI made Havok, you will just be happy that it works well on it.
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He just don't nowyn to shut up

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All the data is made up by them. The 8600GTS is NOT faster than the 7900GTX and my 9600GT most certainly can't do 27FPS @1600x1200 /w AA & AF. How can you believe this rubbish?
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i call fake my gt doesnt get that high of fps in coh
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W1zzard confirmed crysis benchies were run at 1280x1024, it was a script error that made all his tests run in that rez, not the ones specified.


Can't find a source link on TPU, I found it here.
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That was me, and here's W1zzards post confirming.

"confirmed .. all crysis results are at 1280x1024. for some reason the loading screen loads in the right resolution and then crysis switches back to 1280x1024 for the benchmark"

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...=191167&page=3

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He just don't nowyn to shut up

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