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Originally Posted by Brutuz View Post
It's still a released performance figure, you said there are none, this is one, if it works, good, if it doesn't, too bad then...
Yeah, it doesn't, so you shouldn't be using it. By your logic, would you be OK with the claim that Fermi should be way better than RV870 because it has a 384-bit bus but RV870 is only 256-bit?
After all, that's official as well.

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Originally Posted by Claentor View Post
Until nVidia provides benchmarks, videos, and/or makes a legitimate press release, I have no reason to believe that it was a legitimate picture. That's what my post is saying, essentially. A Facebook picture means nothing, and some people are pretty damn good with Photoshop. You know, the kind of people who get paid to do it. Or even what I insinuated in my first response to the picture holds true, you never know.
It's on the official Nvidia facebook page And please stop with the red text.
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We have the gflops, you can draw the performance from that.
Really ?

What about memory bandwith, texture and pixel fill rate ?
post #203 of 430
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Originally Posted by Kuntz View Post
Well according to this nVidia engineer, Fermi will only cost $350-$450 USD and out perform the 5970 easily:

http://www.guildwars2guru.com/forum/...html#post68434
The post in your link says:
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Unfortunately... it's 600 dollars... and unfortunately, our card is priced ~150-250 lower and can easily keep pace with it. It needs a price drop or it will flop.

But, it is nice, no argument there.
There's no mention of Fermi or GF100, couldn't he be referring to GTX 285/295? I know it would be a bit silly, but the poster is obviously on nVidia's side.
 
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Really? It's from Nvidias facebook page... Gimme one of your tin foil hats please!
Wow, it's no wonder outdated scams work on you people. One picture and you're sold.

Until nVidia shows us GPU-Z screenshots and benchmarks it doesn't exist.
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Wow, it's no wonder outdated scams work on you people. One picture and you're sold.

Until nVidia shows us GPU-Z screenshots and benchmarks it doesn't exist.
Because GPU-Z and benchmarks can't be faked either?

It's amazing that you believe anything is real!
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Originally Posted by Moparman View Post
Ok Im going to post this cause i have heard all i want to here about Fermi being in trouble. I have a Friend who is a tester for intel. here is a test rig he is using right now with 4 of them.

LOOK CLOSE AT THE plugins on the card this is fermi and all he can tell me is it is REAL FAST.
http://www.overclock.net/picture.php...ictureid=10809

U might have to save the PIC and zoom in. But again he will not tell me any Speed info on the cards. He will lose his job if that got leaked. But he can show a pic of the setup.
That pic doesn't prove anything.
Current gen quadro cards have the same pin placement.
Nice try on your friends part.
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Is that really an Nvidia engineer or is he kidding? Based on his signature, it seems possibly legit, but it seems weird a random Nvidia engineer would be giving out Fermi details on a Guild Wars 2 forum...
He's claimed to be an nVidia engineer for the last 3~ years or so iirc. He's made a lot of posts over the years about nVidia's engineering. He posted this on July 24:

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We are having some issues with our chip design and TSMC's 40nm process; it's true. Yields are low (I cannot discuss details on numbers at this time), and there isn't much we can do about it but do an A2 spin. This issue will be corrected, and we think that GT300 will prove to be an excellent purchase option for Windows7 users who want to get the most out of their OS and gaming experience.

Suffice to say, ATi is experiencing similar yield issues, but I cannot and will not speak for their release time frames. They have a radically different chip design, with more PCB focus; whereas GT300 is more chip centric. It is our belief that GT300 will prove to be the best card you can buy, and will provide more than enough performance for even the most demanding enthusiast.

In a nutshell... we are confident that GT300 will prove to be an excellent solution and will take better advantage of the Windows7 environment while taking next generation gaming to the next level. Because, we have a chip that can do more than just graphics.
He basically said nVidia's Fermi will be better than the $600 5970 and sell for $350-$450 USD ($150-$250 cheaper).

http://www.guildwars2guru.com/forum/...34&postcount=9
Edited by Kuntz - 11/18/09 at 7:52am
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The post in your link says:

There's no mention of Fermi or GF100, couldn't he be referring to GTX 285/295? I know it would be a bit silly, but the poster is obviously on nVidia's side.
Seriously doubt it because he also says it will keep pace with the 5970.

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Wow, it's no wonder outdated scams work on you people. One picture and you're sold.

Until nVidia shows us GPU-Z screenshots and benchmarks it doesn't exist.
And you can't fake GPU-z or benchmarks? Yeah, guess it's fake Once it's released and on the shelves, you are still going to be saying it's fake. Now if this was ATI you would not be questioning the legitimacy.

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He's claimed to be an nVidia engineer for the last 3~ years or so iirc. He's made a lot of posts over the years about nVidia's engineering. He posted this on July 24:
Hope he's right then!
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Because GPU-Z and benchmarks can't be faked either?

It's amazing that you believe anything is real!
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And you can't fake GPU-z or benchmarks? Yeah, guess it's fake Once it's released and on the shelves, you are still going to be saying it's fake. Now if this was ATI you would not be questioning the legitimacy.
Are you both dumb or are you just trolling? Do you know the consequences for a company like nVidia to release false information(specs) to the public? So no, GPU-Z can't be faked because that would severely hurt nVidia's reputation.

Releasing a picture is different from releasing actual specs because a picture can be interpreted anyway you want. You two are so gullible.
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Are you both dumb or are you just trolling? Do you know the consequences for a company like nVidia to release false information(specs) to the public? So no, GPU-Z can't be faked because that would severely hurt nVidia's reputation.

Releasing a picture is different from releasing actual specs because a picture can be interpreted anyway you want.
It has become apparent that you are not here to listen to logic, but rather, like a small handful of other posters, you simply have the goal of contradicting whatever it is that I post. Added to the ignore list.
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