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Nvidia have been playing the market for ages. Look at all the money they have made from the hundreds of different versions of their 8 series cards. They must have released a good 50 version of the 8-GTX series this year.

They have gone pretty quiet recently and are probably working on something Big.
ATI thinks they have slapped Nvidia across the face but in reality, I think Nvidia are gonna come down and crush ATI with its 1ft 5", 3 slot GPU straight across their ass
Typical fanboyism right there folks.
    
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No company just "LETS" another company shine. That's not what the investors want and that's not how a business runs.

Nvidia might have a trick up their sleeve, but it only serves to show that, unless they were beaten by ATi, they were sandbagging their development. Frankly I think its sneaky and weird that they would pull a rabbit out of the hat like this, and I think it doesn't bode well to customers when they say "oh, we were just kidding. THIS is our flagship". Frankly, that's not being loyal to your customers.
Agreed. Lol some of the Nvidia fanboys just need to accept that Nvidia got there ass handed to them. They didnt ''Let'' ATI do anything lol.

Well if this card does indeed surface then I cannot see it matching ATI on Price personally.
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Typical fanboyism right there folks.
I dont think so mate

I really do think Nvidia are just toying with ATI.

I myself own the ATI 4850 so im no Fan Boi!
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Typical fanboyism right there folks.
I had an ATI card once. It blew up on me within a year, and they wouldn't give me a refund. I was tempted to get a 4870 but they dropped the prices of the 260 so I might get that.
Nothing stopping me getting an ATI card apart from my board is Nvidia. If my board was ATI i'd get the ATI card, but if Nvidia brought out a better card id get that.

Thing is. Everytime ATI bring out one better than Nvidia, Nvidia announce a better one. So I wait for more information about its released date and then decided.

Hell, if ATI brought a great card out and Nvidia didnt keep announcing a better one a few days later i'd get the ATI one. Put it this way, if I hadn't got my GTS and Nvidia kept announcing they were bringing out 55nm cores or whatever, id prolly go for ATI. But Nvidia keep announcing something better.

They have been the market leader for a long time, even though they screwed around for a while. Was I bothered? No because I got my card, it overclocked like loads and plays what I want it to play 1 year down the line. What cant it play maxed out? Crysis..but what card can?
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well this is only news for the next chip isnt it its always the way. one product line is just lanched and the next one is announced
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No company just "LETS" another company shine. That's not what the investors want and that's not how a business runs.

Nvidia might have a trick up their sleeve, but it only serves to show that, unless they were beaten by ATi, they were sandbagging their development. Frankly I think its sneaky and weird that they would pull a rabbit out of the hat like this, and I think it doesn't bode well to customers when they say "oh, we were just kidding. THIS is our flagship". Frankly, that's not being loyal to your customers.
Yep, it is a bit ridiculous - if you did happen to buy the latest two 'highest model number' cards from Nvidia you'd be lampooned as a gullible fool, and that's not how it's supposed to be. It's not The Way It's Meant To Be Played, to put it in a language they might understand.

This looks like another patch job by Nvidia - more of the old shaders, smaller process node - but really nothing new. Oh, great, they got with the times and added GDDR5. Really, the only thing that will be interesting is the price.
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Yep, it is a bit ridiculous - if you did happen to buy the latest two 'highest model number' cards from Nvidia you'd be lampooned as a gullible fool, and that's not how it's supposed to be. It's not The Way It's Meant To Be Played, to put it in a language they might understand.

This looks like another patch job by Nvidia - more of the old shaders, smaller process node - but really nothing new. Oh, great, they got with the times and added GDDR5. Really, the only thing that will be interesting is the price.
Aslong as it outperforms the competition (ATI) they dont care !
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Well, with a 256-bit mem bus & 45nm chip, the production costs are gonna be way lower then the current 280GTX's. I wouldn't be surpriced if it was cheap(er) and faster (not sure if it will be cheaper then ATI's cards tho).

It does sound like a good business move if they helt back that card on purpose
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Nvidia are the kings of ''Re-branding''. I love how some are like ''ZOMG another great NEW card from Nvidia'' Erm...well if you look closely theres not much ''NEW'' about it lol.
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I'm not sure how a smaller process and gddr5 is going to make up the gap between the HD4870X2 and the GTX 280. I'm sure if it was just as easy to come up with a 45nm solution and fit that onto a respectable die size while keeping your yields good, the GTX 280 would be better priced, but it's not. I can announce I'm going to Mars on foot, but the process I take to get there will be slightly more robust in nature than the announcement.
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