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Geforce 7900 scores "13,000" in 3dmark05 while the X1900XTX scores "11,000+ (but has 48 pipelines)"

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Originally Posted by Guru3d.com
Unlike the launch of its GeForce 7800 GTX, the current plan seems that NVIDIA will launch both the faster GTX and GT variants at the same time.

The flagship single-card product GeForce 7900 GTX is claimed to be a 32 pixel processor part with a core GPU frequency of 700/750 MHz, and should ship with 1.1ns graphics RAM clocked at 800/900MHz.

So in essence GeForce 7900 would only have to run at circa 430MHz to roughly match the performance of the existing top line GeForce 7800 GTX 512". So even with NVIDIA's target core frequency of 700MHz, GeForce 7900 GTX seems set to be handing out some whipping.

Suggested is that a 700MHz NVIDIA GeForce 7900 is currently coming in at circa 13,000 3DM2K5's on an AMD Athlon 64 FX 60 system.
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Originally Posted by www.theinquirer.net"
The launch date is either January 24th or very early in February. The R580 is the Radeon X1900XTX and it should be able to score some nice results with AMD's FX60.

A single card can score 11000+ in 3Dmark05
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post #2 of 21
Hoo-ah! ATi=pwnt.
And it's not 48 pipelines.
post #3 of 21
So why haven't they run '06 yet?
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lol
cause it takes so long to Dl
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post #5 of 21
I don't believe that 3dmark05 can truly tell you which one is better. I am a Nvidia fan, but I don't believe in a benchmarking tool, like 3dmark05 as being a reliable testing tool.
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post #6 of 21
06' ios not as standardized yet so they are still using 05 since it already gives plenty of stress on the whole system...

Looks like Nvidia is doing pretty good
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post #7 of 21
mmhmm,
lets see some '06 scores, and some other marks.
this isnt using features that the 1900 has

wait, its the inquirer, scrap all this
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post #8 of 21
Anyone wanna buy a 7800GTX?
EDIT: What do you mean it's not using the X1900XT features? As far as I know 3DMark05 supposrts SM3.0 and all the other DirectX 9.0c goodies. And it's from www.guru3d.com, not The Inquirer (most of it at least, The Inquirer is still a good resource anyway).
    
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post #9 of 21
ummm were are you getting the information on these graphics cards because i didnt know these models have even came out yet to my knowledge...
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post #10 of 21
They haven't been officially released yet, but they were on show at CES or something.
    
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