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You think? Even the 9800GTX+ only has 128 SP's and 512 MB memory, and GT216 is technically superior.
I was talking about price, not performance

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192-bit memory interface, regular old GDDR3? Wow. That's pathetic.
No, it is not pathetic

ATI uses GDDR3 for most of their mid-end video cards

GT212 has 2.4GHz memory speed (effective) which make-up for the small memory interface.

Furthemore, Memory bandwidth doesn't play a big role in gaming performance as you think. Just look at HD4850, it has slighly lower memory bandwidth than HD3870, and much less than HD2900, yet it is day and night faster than both. So, GPU power is much more important than memory bandwidth.
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^

It is rather pathetic. From nVidia's relative perspective, the 256-bit 9800GTX+ with super-fast GDDR3 is bandwidth STARVED. It won't go well with them unless they do a significant revamp.


Of course all these info is speculation and not really true until proven otherwise.
    
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Getting impossible for me to decide to build a new computer...

question always comes down to, new GPU, or build a new rig and let my current GPU Finally fly free ..
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It is rather pathetic. From nVidia's relative perspective, the 256-bit 9800GTX+ with super-fast GDDR3 is bandwidth STARVED. It won't go well with them unless they do a significant revamp.


Of course all these info is speculation and not really true until proven otherwise.
They might be true - It'll do great as the belated arrival of the budget/mainstream GT200 derivative, but it's certainly no 4850 replacer. More like a 4670/4830 competitor.
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They might be true - It'll do great as the belated arrival of the budget/mainstream GT200 derivative, but it's certainly no 4850 replacer. More like a 4670/4830 competitor.
Yeah. Even if it has 168SP i probably has much lower clock speed then 9800GTX+.
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With the huge success of GDDR5 on the HD4K, I'm surprised that Nvidia isn't considering it, if these specs have any truth to it. The cost of the GDDR lowers over time but the cost of the silicon doesn't change, so from a business perspective it would be better to go with GDDR5.

Oh, and even with the manufacturing process move to 40nm, Nvidia is still calling it the GT200 series??? So GT200 will be on 65nm, 55nm, and 40nm? Talk about confusing naming schemes!
    
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I think the point of this release it to provide cost effective incentives for the low end, so that computer manufactures (HP, Acer, ect) can use them in cheap gaming computers. Really only exciting for people looking to upgrade with less then 100 dollars.
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