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Old 16-04-07, 09:22 AM
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'Nvidia is looking to get a 15-20% increase in benches over the GTX.' ati's 2900 (or w/e the real name for it is now) is probably still faster. people might have forgotten there are no drivers for it :O

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Old 16-04-07, 09:55 AM
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Catalyst 7.3 provides support for R600 if my memory serves me correctly
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Old 16-04-07, 11:54 AM
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well nvidia have to do something r600 is planned with 320 stream processes :O thats more than double the 128 the 8800GTX has
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Old 16-04-07, 02:23 PM
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I reserve judgement on the R600 until at least some reviews are released. IMHO though I can't see the R600 beating the 8800 by much, I can see it playing out a lot like the 7800-1800 thing. 1800 comes out faster than 7800, super extreme edition is released to keep performance lead and then die shrink 7900 comes out with better performance. The die shrink R600 (or 650 or whatever it's called) could fit into this model like the 1900 did. Taking the lead by a small margin.

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