RV560/570 Gemini roadmap

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  1. no-X

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    No, of course. It's my fault. I should read whole B3Df before posting anything :grin:
     
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    Looks like the X1800 GTO² is coming. :smile:

    [​IMG]

    An X1800XL with an XT cooler, any guesses on pricing?
     
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    Seek an older thread in the "gfx boards and drivers" forum.
     
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    This one?
     
  5. no-X

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    GTO2 is X1800XT-512 under-clocked to 500/500 (XL). It's already sold out according to our suppliers.
     
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    I wasnt aware of that. :oops: At what price?
     
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    The price was about 20-30% higher than basic X1800GTO. It was available only for 2 weeks (Czech Republic).
     
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    The 7900GT isn't going to drop in price... Welcome GeForce 7950GT 512. Same price as the GeForce 7900GT 256.

    But ATi will have a little counter against the GF7950GT 512 shortly after the introduction of the X1950XTX.
     
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    [​IMG]

    woo, 12X3 ALUs :grin: , RV570= 256bit RV560 version:shock:
     
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    RV570 12X3 ALUs 12 TMUs 256bit
    RV560 12X3 ALUs 12TMUs 128bit

    :twisted: but BOM cost is too high, sigh...............
     
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    Are you reading off the Nvidia slides or is there another source? :lol:

    $199 for RV570 is sweet. It should easily fight off 7900GS.
     
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    I'm not so sure...

    12 vs 20 ?
     
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    36 vs 40?
     
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    According to PC INpact, the 7950 GT (in this case, a "simulated one, using an overclocked 7900 GT) is up to 21% faster than a regular 7900 GT, and only 9% slower than a full blown X1900 XT.

    Is RV570 faster than a X1900 XT, or at least faster than a 7950 GT ?
    At $299 ?
    I'll choose the best of the two.
     
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    How about when running AA with HDR?

    Oh...:)
     
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    RV570 should be identical in performance to the X1900GT. In comparison 7900GS will be slower.

    CJ hinted that the new X1900XT 256MB will be faster than a 7950GT 512MB.

    X1900XT 512MB > X1900XT 256MB > 7950GT 512MB > X1950 Pro > 7900GS > RV560 > 7600GT*

    *Guess
     
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    I really don't care about that.
    No card in this category has the speed for such quality settings (yet) anyway.
    As for AA+HDR, i'll stick to "HL2: Ep1".
    I prefer high resolution in games to having AA enabled on lower resolution settings, and that for a long time now.

    But this is just too confusing, because i haven't seen a direct comparison between RV570 and the 7950 GT and i prefer to avoid the usual unsubstanciated hype.
    Considering all the G80 details and iminent release, it might be wise for me to save some more money and buy one in a couple of months...:???:
     
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    Why to compare these cards? X1950PRO(RV570) should be cheaper. Shouldn't it be X1950PRO x 7900GS and 7950GT x X1900XT-256?
     
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    A number of recent benchmarks have shown AA + HDR on the X1800/X1900 series is not quite bad in regards to performance penalty.
     
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