Someone has a copy of the hexus benchmarks:
GTX480 seems to be pure...
@mao5: Final scores based on ...?
I'm pretty sure the specs are on the back.
Thanks for sharing the info!
What would you say is the main difference between the three Virtual Texturing technologies? In addition, why do...
@Domell: I don't expect Rv870to be a DX11 GPU. IMO it's more likely they'll increase performance to compete with GT212 and release the DX11 GPU in...
According to Fud RV870 is not a MCM.
I really hope for Nvidia the Inq is wrong on that (something like their 8800GTX sucks or Nvidia leaves chipset market news).
0,6 TF, this should be the performance/mainstream chip, right?
According to Fud:
Unknown 40 nm chip in March
DualGPU card in December
My guess is the DualGPU card will be based on two GT206.
Based on the inofficial roadmap I think the GTX260 (maybe GT206->GTX270) should be the best bang for the buck until they introduce GT300.
NordicHardware has a new article about GT206/212/216:
Comment: According to Elsa slides GT212 will be produced in 40 nm already.
@DegustatoR: I think the clock would indicate whether it's GT200b/GT206 or another GT200 derivate (like the GTX260 chip which also has a different...
@marllt2: According to some people around here it's shipping in tesla cards.
Isn't GT212 supposed to launch in Q1 09 too?
Are you talking about GT3xx?
I think AnandTech had a good article about that: