Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by gamerk2, Sep 29, 2009.
Looks like I have some saving to do!
It's not being released till 2010. =\
aha! seems too much!:
It does make sense when they can still get a much higher memory bandwidth while cutting chip and PCB costs and complexity.
I guess Nvidia said F&^* IT!! I guess when ATI threw their GPU's on the table and held their hands up and said "WHAT", Nvidia got tired and looked at ATI and laughed and said "Oh well... I guess we have to go back to the drawing board with this 3 billion Transistor, 384bit Memory Interface and 512 shader cores, with 1MB of L1 cache memory divided into 16KB Cache - Shared Memory as well as 768KB L2 of unified cache memory, supports GDDR5 memory and up to 6 GB of it, and chip can execute C++ code directly and, of course, it's full DirectX 11 capable.......wait........BAM!!!! You.... ATI just got SERVED!!!"
I love watching these bun fights!:boozer: We need some more fanboi comments like this load of bs! lol
Wow, if the specs are true as stated, then... DAYUM. ATI JUST GOT OWNED.
Here we go
I guess the drivers are really gonna be different for this hardware ?
I guess I hurt a ATI Fanboi feelings...awwwwwww!!! I am not a fanboi of any type, all I am stating here is funny way of looking how one company tries and out do the other. So for you to make that assumption of me being a "fanboi" is BS!:no:
So, if there's trueness to at least half of the hype, my 285 will be a helluva dedicated physX card! LOL
Using a 285 for PhysX makes no sense what so ever, especially if you're talking about buying a GT300. DO you really think the GT300 can't handle physX along with graphics? Why would you want a card that is worth ~$200 used to handle such a small task. Not to mention the extra heat and power a 285 uses on it's own.
Yeah, you should donate it to me :stewpid:
I assure you that i would put it in GOOD use :nerd:
see this table 4 more juice