Originally posted by DJ-CHRIS
Okay lets assume the 7800GTX and R520 are equal per mhz peformance.
450 (7800GTX clock?) * 24 = 10800
800 (x900 XTPE clock) * 16 = 12800
490 (eVGA 7800GTX KO) * 24 = 11760
Yeah, the X900 could actualyl give the 7800GTX a run for it's money.
But Nvidia obviously has something up it's sleeve :beard:
Exactly what i'm thinking. But, like everything else, it's a waiting game. What will they do next... It's always going to be a war of GFX cards. I think people just need to set a budget and find the best card that suits their needs.
I can fore-see in the next 3-5 years GFX cards anywhere from $800 to $1000 per card. I actually think they will shift to a (GFX UNIT) which will be a stand-alone unit, with it's own case, PSU, GPU or Multiple GPU's, PPU's (Physics Processing Units) and cooling solutions.
I know it sounds crazy... But, wouldn't it be better to have a stand-alone GFX unit outside your PC case then adding more cards, cooling, PSU's, PCI cards... etc inside your PC?