New GeForceFX Reviews

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by Junk, Mar 10, 2003.

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    NDA has been lifted??
     
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    I like those ones. They are easier to read than Hilbert's but therefore don't have so many information in them. I also like the Image Quality testing methods - really interesting to see that the Radeon and Geforce don't differ much.
     
  4. Junk

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    I was kinda disappointing that they didn't compare, say, a 9700 Pro, 9500 Pro, and Ti4600 in the article, but I'm sure there will be more to come. The 5200 Ultra really seems like a good deal at the price I paid for my Ti4200.. :O
     

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    As you can see, the card really sucks in AA and AF, the geforce 4 preforms better in that situation. I think the 8600 is best bang for your buck, good overall preformance, and even in AA and AF.

    And of course intellisample 2.0 instead of 1.0 :)
     
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    Did I understand it correctly, that the GeforceFX Ultra 5200 will be the successor of the MX series and therefor will not beat any of the gf4tis`?
     
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    From what I've seen now the 5600 Ultra looks quite attractive... But let's wait for some more reviews / benchmarks / drivers...
     
  9. Junk

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    i was under the impression that it was going to be comparable to a ti4200, but after seeing those scores with ut2k3, i'm beginning to second guess myself..

    the conclusion for the 5200 definitely shows that nvidia is aiming for this to be mainstreamed like the mx series..
     
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    You mean entry level :)

    5200 = entry
    5600 = mainstream
    5800 = high end
     

  11. Junk

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    that's from the article..and why i referred to the 5200 as mainstream. thanks for ironing out the wrinkles.. :)
     
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    MX card aren't mainstream like they say there. Mainstream that's Geforce 2 GTS or a Geforce3 ti200 isn't it?
     
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    Yep the Geforce 2GTS was the mainstream card, with the PRO as enthusiast and Ultra as high end enthusiast.

    After having owned the TNT2 M64 I decided that I would never buy an entry level video card again only the mainstream. However I an't all that satisfied with the 5600U as being a replacement for my 4400.

    Low end = huge market share, cheap compaines, 5200 (companies) & 5200U (budget gamers)
    Mainstream = big market share, average gamers 5600U
    enthusiast = small market share For people that want the extra power 5800
    High end = small market share, die hardcore gamers 5800U
     
  14. vasot

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    Well still not available :( :( neither one of them
     
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    Well don't expect the 5200 & 5600 till end of match or even aprill. personly i think they need at least 20-40% boost in performance.
     

  16. Junk

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    sign me up for a little boost, too, ok? ;)
     
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    The problem for the 5600 Pro is that the 9500 Pro is a better buy..until ATI starts shipping the 9600 Pro...
     
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    Well some people still think the FXs will release their power with real directx9 games which use the features the Geforce FX got which the Radeon doesn't have!
     
  19. need_help

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    check this out

    The best review I've ever seen yet, is from Anandtech.

    They have the best comparison of quality between the 2 cards, FX vs 9700 pro.
    http://www.anandtech.com/video/showdoc.html?i=1779

    along with the quality comparison, they also shows quite a few number of benchmark results.

    Then, you might be able to make the judgement youself.
     
  20. Junk

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    interesting..if you go to nvidia.com and watch the 'geforcefx family launch event' it says that the fx 5600 will cost $150 and the fx 5200 about $79..
     

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