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post #21 of 38
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Last I read (which I believe was May), AMD is still saying they're on track for Q4 of this year. This may only be referring to the Opterons though, I'll have to check.



Will do

EDIT: 2.8GHz Phenom @ 45nm will be the one I'm thinking I'll go for (if these are the ones based on Shanghai, if they aren't I might end up waiting longer). I hope it's a Black Edition

Techreport
the performance is to be 10%-20% better vs K10 i hear

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post #22 of 38
That's a great price for the card. Good find, and i look forward to seeing what people have to say after they buy it.
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It looks like a great card, I can't wait for it to come out.

I'll probably get one, then save up for another for some CF action.
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Why do they keep putting 800SP? Its not really that many.
Its definitely 800 Stream Processors. I expected more Mark-up from Newegg. Eh $10 ain't bad.
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Which nvidia card is it competing against?
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Which nvidia card is it competing against?
GTX260
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GTX260
The GTX260 is way more expensive though...Radeon wins
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GTX260
Doesn't really have a competitor exactly, it outperforms the GTX260 pretty well and costs less, though the GTX280 beats it and costs more.

Kind of a performance of GTX260 < HD4870 < GTX280

Except price wise it goes HD4870 << GTX260 < GTX280
    
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post #29 of 38
What you have to consider about ATI and Nvidia is that they're approaching their cards from completely different sides. Nvidia uses GIGANTIC dies (up until the 9800GTX+, which is 55nm), they were just cramming as many transistors as they could and saying "to hell with it" about power consumption. These cards are aimed at hardcore gamers. ATI on the other hand is shrinking their dies quite effectively (their cards have been 55nm for a while now) and now they have the first GDDR5 card. These cards do not eat up as much power as Nvidia due to the smaller die size, and are aimed at casual to pseudo-hardcore gamers. What is really upsetting to Nvidia though, the king of the high-end video cards, is that ATI has stepped out of its role of making moderate cards and has made something that challenges the upper crust of their product line for several hundreds of dollars less.
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post #30 of 38
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Doesn't really have a competitor exactly, it outperforms the GTX260 pretty well and costs less, though the GTX280 beats it and costs more.

Kind of a performance of GTX260 < HD4870 < GTX280

Except price wise it goes HD4870 << GTX260 < GTX280
Well yeah the 280 would beat it. It's the new "super 1 gpu" board. That's why I be getting it. Been waiting for ever for the 1 GPU "Ultra killer" for a while.

That said that's definatly not a bad card and it's a great price. That definatly is a card to look at for folks on a budget that's for sure.
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