NVIDIA G92 will be a 1 Teraflop

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  1. Guru3D News

    Guru3D News Ancient Guru

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    So to compare .. ATI's R600 is like 450 GigaFlop. But in all honesty .. many roads lead to Rome and there are many ways to interpret the measurement of a Gigaflop. According to le Inq NVIDIA says it's G92 high-end graphics card will deliver almost ...

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  2. nutyo

    nutyo Ancient Guru

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    ATi is going to be left up sh*t creek without a paddle if any of that is anywhere near true.
     
  3. W@w@Y

    W@w@Y Ancient Guru

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    lol..suddenly my 8800 feels obsolete...

    the question is, how much will it cost at launch considering the ultra debuted at $800?


    oh well..time to save up again
     
  4. soul8103

    soul8103 Ancient Guru

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    I assume the 8800 series would drop in price, if it was released soon, which is v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v v bad for ATI. Seriously if nvidia brought out a new series in the next 6 months, one could say they would be a generation ahead.....
     

  5. Sieras

    Sieras Ancient Guru

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    Well, the prices should be around the gf 8xxx prices at launch time, remember the gf 7 series.. and now the gf 8, it's all the same (approximately of course).

    But yeah, that's gonna be one more beast from nvidia.. lol
     
  6. sava700

    sava700 Ancient Guru

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    I'm ready.. bring on that BFG 9800GTX or Ultra!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    Only thing I'm concerned about is power consumption..lets hope they drop it down a little.
     
  7. carlo247

    carlo247 Master Guru

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    this is good news, if so will there be a GTS like the 8800?
     
  8. Mad Cow

    Mad Cow Maha Guru

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    I can see problems with the naming though, the 9x00 was a series of radeons and I don't think the nvidia would be allowed to use 9200, 9500, 9600, 9700 and 9800, which leaves them with almost nothing.
     
  9. JACK4HIRE

    JACK4HIRE Ancient Guru

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    Just another reason not to buy the current generation of DX10 cards.
     
  10. wizard8873

    wizard8873 Master Guru

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    awesome but not going to buy one. no need to upgrade my system in the near future. AMD better start thinking ahead if they want to stay in the game
     

  11. scipio

    scipio Ancient Guru

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    Why cant they use them they're numbers, there is a GeForce 8500 and there was a radeon 8500
     
  12. eRa`

    eRa` Ancient Guru

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    Good timing, my heating installation becomes obsolete by winter.
     
  13. Kow

    Kow Maha Guru

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    I've been planning my next computer to have a top-of-the-line geforce 9 series card.... That time is approaching. :)
     
  14. Norvekh

    Norvekh Ancient Guru

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    You can't trademark numbers so nVidia could call their G90s the 9x00 series with no issues. The hard part though with that is trying to live up to the reputation of the last 9x00 series of cards.
     
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    I know you can't trademark numbers, but I think it'll be confusing for some, especially newbies. Whenever I see 9800 for example, I think of ATI, it'll take some time for people to get adjusted to it.
     

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    KCjoker Ancient Guru

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    Uh, Nvidia already is a generation ahead of ATI. The 8800Ultra and 8800GTS came out in November of last year and ATI just released their card to compete with those. I'm not saying ATI can't release a card in Q4 to compete again with Nvidia though but right now they are treading water IMO.
     
  17. Templ

    Templ Guest

    Ah, good timing. November/December is a good time to upgrade a computer (because i barely take the time to think about computers at all during spring/summer... it's just too nice outside :D).
     
  18. Tat3

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    Dang :( I was going to buy new system in 2,5weeks... So after 6moths there is like 3 times more powerful pc available...

    :(
     
  19. Finchwizard

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    With the AMD and ATI Merge, and them pumping out both CPU's that aren't as fast as Intels, and ATI cards that aren't as good as Nvidia.

    They better get a move on, otherwise they are going to have some huge cash flow problems.
     
  20. F1refly

    F1refly Ancient Guru

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    http://www.dvhardware.net/article19232.html

    it will always be a see-saw effect, overall it really doesnt matter, games will run good on either one, then next gen the older games run great on both and new games run good/decent depending on the see-saw effect of hardware vs software technologies.
    both companies are insanly rich either way, enthusiasts will still complain about drivers for them, those with the cash will spend on the latest card and all the various cycles repeats itself...over and F****ing over. the only that ever changes anything is when another company steps in and squashes one of the 2 out..*cough* 3dfx *cough* a rare occurance but eventually someone will buy into matrox,SIS or another and attempt to do just that, just a matter of time.
     

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