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Old 06-02-2005, 08:02 AM   #21 (permalink)
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im gonna wait till these new cards have been around for awhile and the drivers have matured a bit. i think it's too early to make any decisions at this point.
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I heard there is a 7800GT version and later they are going to release a 7800gtx Ultra.
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I want to see what the midrange situation is going to be before I buy.
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im gonna wait till these new cards have been around for awhile and the drivers have matured a bit. i think it's too early to make any decisions at this point.
right on!

a lot of people made the mistake of just jumping to a new card when the X800's and 6800's came out. later they regretted their choice.
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I heard there is a 7800GT version and later they are going to release a 7800gtx Ultra.
Read the link and article...
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Default GeForce 7800 GFX

Nvidia preps GeForce 7800 GFX

Computex 2005 Nvidia's upcoming G70 chip will be dubbed the GeForce 7800 GTX when it ships, sources close to a number of graphics card makers mentioned to The Register.

Quite a few even had boards based on the part humming away and rendering 3DMark demos in machines kept behind closed doors.

The latest alleged leaks suggest the part will not be launched until later this month. When it is, it will apparently sport 24 pixel pipelines fed by eight vertex pipelines, allowing the chip to churn out 860m vertices every second and colour 10.32bn pixels in the same space of time.

The 7800 will feature the latest versions of Nvidia's CineFX and Intellisample engines, with DirectX 9.0 Shader Model 3.0 support and Open GL 2.0 handled too. The chip offers 64-bit floating point texture filtering and blending, as per the 6800 series.

The GTX will support SLi, but the vanilla 7800 and 7800 GT versions will not, we hear. Core and memory speeds will very between the three versions and between different vendors' implementations, as usual, but specs we've seen mention a 430MHz core and memory clocked to 1.2GHz effective. The memory interface is 256 bits wide, and supports GDDR 3. The memory bandwidth comes to 38.4GBps.
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old news dude......this has been posted numerous times already
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Old 06-03-2005, 07:37 AM   #28 (permalink)
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This is more offical

Well that memory is double as wide as my 6600GT, but the memory is a little bit faster. I was expecting more difference.

I just wonder where nvidia is going by only supporting SLI on the GTX
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but be warned: too much reading may seriously damage your and others health
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What? lol
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