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Thinking it can rain on Nvidia's D10 parade later today, AMD has now introduced a new stream processor, the FireStream 9250. Most likely boasting an RV770 chip, the FireStream 9250 surpasses 1 TeraFlop in single precision performance and is equipped with 1GB of GDDR3 memory.

Featuring a second-generation double-precision floating point hardware implementation, the new FireStream card consumes less than 150W and comes with a single-slot cooling solutions making it fit in everything from workstations, desktop PCs, small 1U servers and larger servers.

AMD is planning to start selling the FireStream 9250 in Q3 for about $999.
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I would love to see some reviews for that, good find!
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999$, performance isn't cheap
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OMG now that is awesome.
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its a workstation card...complete waste of money for games.
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999$, performance isn't cheap
these type of cards use to go for a few grand. $1000 is cheap compared to what they were.
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these type of cards use to go for a few grand. $1000 is cheap compared to what they were.
+1,quadros used to be 2k-3k a few years back and it was always better to soft mod a gaming card.
    
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+1,quadros used to be 2k-3k a few years back and it was always better to soft mod a gaming card.
kind of tells you were the market is right now. I would like one thou for some Illustration work. Right now I couldn't justify the price tag.
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I find it funny how they can sell a $200 4850 for a grand just for some drivers. They are getting away with murder lol.
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I find it funny how they can sell a $200 4850 for a grand just for some drivers. They are getting away with murder lol.
Well there are some differences between the two cards. One is built for speed "gaming" the other is built for precision "rendering/modeling" It's not just the drivers.
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