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[FUD] 9800 GT to be 65nm at start

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Nvidia needs to get G92 out


"We learned that Nvidia still has quite a lot of G92, 65nm chips to get rid of it, and it looks that Geforce 9800GT will end up being 65nm.

The first batch of cards will stay with 65nm chip as Nvidia needs t sell G92 based chips and this will mean that this is the third rebranding of the same chip. It all started with Geforce 8800GT and it got renamed to Geforce 9800 GTX and it looks like the 96 Shader based G92 will again be rebranded to Geforce 9800GT.

There is no fixed date for this card’s launch but we know that it has been on the plans. With such an aggressive pricing you should be looking at $149 in September simply as much faster Geforce 9800 GTX+ will cost $229.

There is also a chance that Nvidia postpones 9800 GT launch or even cancel it completely as its getting crowded in Nvidia's product spacing. If it even launches Geforce 9800GT will be a rebranded 8800GT with Hybrid power support if anyone uses or needs something like that. "

LINK: http://www.fudzilla.com/index.php?op...8347&Itemid=34
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Dont know if this is true but figured id post it anyways...thoughts?
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I dunno, G92 is a very good chunk of their sales, they can't have that much kicking around, can they?
    
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so the gt is better then the gtx? hmm 300$ for a strong sli >.> and 450 for tri
hmmmm
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post #4 of 9
They could do that (they have a history) but not because they have spare g92s. They could do that to reduce costs because they are already producing g92s and have no reason to go to a new gpu for 9800gt. Also, they're still using g92 to sell the 9800GTX to compete with 4850 from ATI. Third, their new 55nm chip is the 9800GTX+, and I dont see them diverting any of their scarce 55nm chips to a lower-end product, at least immediately. Just my 2c worth
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...as much faster Geforce 9800 GTX+ will cost $229.
dang... $229? ATI wins this round.
Unless the GTX+ can compete with the 4870?
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last time i checked...the 8800GT had 112 SP not 96...96 was on the 8800GS not GT
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Coldnapalm View Post
so the gt is better then the gtx? hmm 300$ for a strong sli >.> and 450 for tri
hmmmm
No... it is just a rebadged 8800GT.
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At least the price is right
    
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i don't no but in the past did ati mach 64 chip add different names
     
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