Exiting News for you ATI Fans

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon' started by blkspade, Apr 1, 2005.

  1. blkspade

    blkspade Master Guru

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    I'm not an ATI owner or fan but this should be worth everyone wile. 32 Pipes!!
     
  2. PinBot

    PinBot Master Guru

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    It sounds so futuristic to me, if you look to those bold phrases, there is no realistic showcase when and if this will be ever implemented. Prediction could've sound like this: future graphic cards will have 128 pipelines and GPU clock of 5 GHz when market demands it. Sounds rather childlish. :D

    But thanks for the info anyway blkspade.:)
     
  3. Alexstarfire

    Alexstarfire Ancient Guru

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    exiting? perhaps exciting. You might also want to mention that this is the next gen card you are talking about. I still think it's only gonna be 24 pipes like many of the other sources say, though.
     
  4. Agent_D

    Agent_D Master Guru

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  5. SVT Amateur

    SVT Amateur Maha Guru

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    Why would ATI waste their time with AGP & PCI? Granted, PCI-Express is a new technology and won't be embraced by all for another year or so, but come on, it's time to move on.

    Also, I'm excited about this 32 pipe card. Although I know we won't be seeing these for a while it's good to know that ATI isn't out of the game yet.
     
  6. Nerdling1

    Nerdling1 Member Guru

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    Its called evolution.....Which is why im going out to by a 9800 Pro and flash to XT(i hope) Put new ram sinks and VF700, and OC the Snot out of it.

    Buy older technology...and just push it hard. You come close to new performance with higher clock speeds and new drivers.
     
  7. dominant1

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    overkill, no cpu will be fast enough to realize the card's potential.
     
  8. Muppetmower

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    Even if it comes out in a two years tops, I don't even think it will be the most affordable solution to gaming. OOOOOOO I can just think of it now, budget cards with 16 - 24 midrange card pipelines!!!!!!! Damn!
     
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    April joke?
     
  10. DrFreeze

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    lol, go the third page and see their increbibly bad atempt to photoshop a dual GPU ati card

    they even put two molexes behind each other so one cant be used, under the second gpu you can still see the AGP slot notch in the card, the first one of this GPU was covered by some general agp interface smd components, which have no use sitting at the edge of the card

    and id like to see the system that can crabk out hl2 at 270 FPS cpu wise, the reason the 6800GT sli only performs 10% better then a single GT is cpu bottlenecking

    still a funny attempt
     

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