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[NVIDIA GeForce 7900 Series Specs] & prices

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February 18, 2006 8:36:13 AM

source vr zone

We have got to know the specs for the upcoming 90nm G71 series already. There will be two models as we have revealed before; the GeForce 7900 GTX and GeForce 7900 GT. However, the performance differences between the two models seem to be pretty huge and we can expect quite a huge price difference too. We have yet to confirm on the number of pipelines on the 7900 GTX and GT but current sources point towards 32 and 24 pipelines respectively.

GeForce 7900 GTX will be clocked at 650MHz core / 1.6GHz memory and has 512MB GDDR3 1.1ns memories onboard while GeForce 7900 GT will be clocked at 450MHz core / 1.32GHz memory with 256MB GDDR3 1.4ns memories. We have also heard that GeForce 7900 GTX will win Radeon X1900 XTX in most benchmarks so we shall eagerly wait for the launch on March 9th at CeBIT.

Cant wait i want one :) 
February 18, 2006 11:35:37 AM

:D  I can't wait to see this cards in action :D 
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February 18, 2006 3:00:00 PM

In the UK the price for a GTX 512 is over £550 so i dread to see the prices fo the 7900 prob £800 lol, thats if we ever see any of them. It is only now we are starting to see the 7800gtx 512. Also i would like to note that in the u.k you can get a X1900 for approx £350.

So why Nvidia are you taking the piss out of us? first you show us the 7800 512 months ago now when we can get a hold of 1 you tell us that there is a now and faster 1 coming out very soon!!!!!!!! :cry:  :evil:  :cry:  :twisted:
February 18, 2006 4:03:09 PM

I have my $600 in the bank for this baby... I've been expecting it!
:-D

I hope its no more than 600...

Also, I hope its a lot stronger than the x1900xtx just because I want something that scores higher than 13,000 in 3dmark05 to justify my transition from 2 7800 GTs in SLI (12,000)
February 18, 2006 4:09:16 PM

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I have my $600 in the bank for this baby... I've been expecting it!
:-D

I hope its no more than 600...

Also, I hope its a lot stronger than the x1900xtx just because I want something that scores higher than 13,000 in 3dmark05 to justify my transition from 2 7800 GTs in SLI (12,000)



its not going 2 score much higher than a stock xtx... there the same really 32 pipelines on the gtx 48 shaders on the xtx with 16 pipes, oh yeah the clocks are the same also 650/1.6 vs 650/1550 hopefully the price wont be to high like the 7800gtx 512
February 18, 2006 4:50:51 PM

prozac26
sorry about the link but there wasnt any thing more there to add.


admiral25
Hopefully the 7800 will come down in price, and the 7900 will take the place of the 7800 price what it is now.
Thats how it normally goes. :|


LOL i hate to own 2 x 7800's it would be much harded to sell 2 cards than 1
wait.....i think i wouldnt mind having 2 x7800 now i think about it. immm
February 18, 2006 4:54:21 PM

woo hoo wish they could make a 7900 plain wih 20 pipes and same clock speeds
February 18, 2006 7:46:16 PM

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woo hoo wish they could make a 7900 plain wih 20 pipes and same clock speeds


the 7900gt should have 24 pipes like the gtx and should outperform a 7800gtx... dont know how much memory it will have but 256 is what im guessing
February 18, 2006 8:17:07 PM

i hope the 7800gt hits 250 cad soon
February 18, 2006 10:55:50 PM

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STOP YOUR WHINING!!!!!! IT'S CALLED THE ADVANCEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY, AND NO ONE IS FORCING YOU TO GET ONE, SO SHUT UP!!!!!


Why bring out a card when you cant get it anyware and when they finaly ship them in there is a new faster card just coming out within weeks. what would you do if you just ordered a 512 gtx then you hear this. The technolagy cant change on these cards overnight Nvidia and ATI are taking the piss they are not takin steps the are takin inches. Both ATI and Nvidia probably have cards that are X2 better in every way that we are seeing now but they wont bring them out they will only make slight improvments to cover them selfs so thy stay ahead incase the technolagy does slow down. Im sorry prozac26 but you see were am coming from not 1 of the companes are wanting to take a big step from each other and they should because they can. :evil:  :twisted: :evil:  :twisted:
February 18, 2006 11:11:40 PM

omg kid, be quiet you are embarrasing yourself. You know nothing about business, and what it takes to make money.

If I was a company, why the fu#$ would put out one product, that would corner the whole market, including my own? If they put out a product that would be so incredible, it would be useless, because the products out right now blow every game away. Plus, if say, ATI, was to make some monster card, no one would buy a card after that monster card for quite a long time.

Incremental technological introductions insure consumer spending. Thats economics. Can't fight it. Even if you live in China. They make it, you want it. That lets them call the shots. Deal with it by yourself, we don't want to hear your moronic jibberish.
February 18, 2006 11:41:20 PM

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omg kid, be quiet you are embarrasing yourself. You know nothing about business, and what it takes to make money.
If I was a company, why the fu#$ would put out one product, that would corner the whole market, including my own? If they put out a product that would be so incredible, it would be useless, because the products out right now blow every game away. Plus, if say, ATI, was to make some monster card, no one would buy a card after that monster card for quite a long time.

Incremental technological introductions insure consumer spending. Thats economics. Can't fight it. Even if you live in China. They make it, you want it. That lets them call the shots. Deal with it by yourself, we don't want to hear your moronic jibberish.


I know nothing about business i help run a 23 square mile country sporting estate in Scotland and i live in a nice house in the country with a nice Land Rover and for my job i go fishing every day and guess what else i get paid wot u doing sitting at a desk all day am :lol:  now.
February 18, 2006 11:48:03 PM

Also i would like to point out that i know very well a Mr Mark Smith of Asus Hemel Hempstead U.K.
February 19, 2006 2:22:28 AM

and the best part of all of this is that the g80 is coming out 3 months later and it will make every 7000 series look like a joke, but thats the way of the tech world enjoy, and imo if you have a 7800 just wait for the g80 why even bother with the 7900
February 19, 2006 3:23:46 AM

The G80 and R6xx are going to be a little later than 3 months im afraid...
February 19, 2006 4:14:34 AM

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Why bring out a card when you cant get it anyware and when they finaly ship them in there is a new faster card just coming out within weeks. what would you do if you just ordered a 512 gtx then you hear this. The technolagy cant change on these cards overnight Nvidia and ATI are taking the piss they are not takin steps the are takin inches. Both ATI and Nvidia probably have cards that are X2 better in every way that we are seeing now but they wont bring them out they will only make slight improvments to cover them selfs so thy stay ahead incase the technolagy does slow down. Im sorry prozac26 but you see were am coming from not 1 of the companes are wanting to take a big step from each other and they should because they can. :evil:  :twisted: :evil:  :twisted:


1. Send the card back if you just got it. You lose 15%, or about that, but if you have $xx amount of money to blow on a 7800gtx you're probably wealthy.
2. NVidia and ATI compete for their 'crown' and trying to be the best card company out there. That's why were seeing a card every month and a half-ish.
3. No, they don't have a really advanced card, because if they did, why wouldn't THG and other places have any news on it?
February 19, 2006 5:04:39 PM

point taking :lol:  :lol: 
February 20, 2006 7:40:00 AM

they could have some prototypes, but 4 sure not a finished card
February 20, 2006 8:59:18 AM

g80 launch is set for june so lets say july to see it on shelves, so 4 months
February 20, 2006 7:16:51 PM

The inquirer sources suggest that the 7900 is a 7800 on the 90nm process; so it's a highly overclocked 7800 GTX. 24 pipes, but clocked at 650 Mhz... if that's the case it's still going to be a close race with the X1900.

I guess we'll find out soon.
February 20, 2006 9:10:35 PM

I guess there are a lot of dumb pretentious idiots that are wealthy in Scotland then...makes sense. I'm still young buddy, and in three years, I'll be able to afford to buy your crummy Range Rover and have it properly disposed of in the fcukin Long Beach Bay.

I don't give a damn who the hell you are, and how productive you think you are. You are an idiot. I don't believe that anywhere in my last post did I state that idiots aren't capable of making money. link to yourself you waste of a human genome.
February 20, 2006 9:29:43 PM

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I guess there are a lot of dumb pretentious idiots that are wealthy in Scotland then...makes sense. I'm still young buddy, and in three years, I'll be able to afford to buy your crummy Range Rover and have it properly disposed of in the fcukin Long Beach Bay.

I don't give a damn who the hell you are, and how productive you think you are. You are an idiot. I don't believe that anywhere in my last post did I state that idiots aren't capable of making money. link to yourself you waste of a human genome.


Personally I thought pointing out that the 512mb 7800 GTX is obscenely expensive and was unavailable until very recently was a decent point!

I guess there'll always be mugs who'll upgrade at every given opportunity, regardless of value for money.
February 21, 2006 12:05:04 AM

When did we start taking theINQ seriously?

Also, do I really need to source all of the articles Fuad has posted with his many guesses on the pipeline count of R520?

And lastly, like always, his "source" (usually some random forum poster) must not have been that reliable, because while he says it might be 24 pp in G71, it still could be 32. (wow, like we didn't already know).

I'll trust the specs VR zone specs posted a few days ago before I'll ever take anything Fuad says as even close to true.
February 21, 2006 2:31:18 PM

The Inq hardly bat's 100%, but when it's this close to a launch their info is almost always spot on... it's the speculation that's leading up to it that's off.

But less than a month before launch? Within two months of the X1800 and X1900 they were already quite accurate as to number of pipelines and such.

There are 7900's in production already, rumor starts to take shape out of what the manufacturers can see. I'd be surprised if the truth is far from the latest Inq stuff.
February 21, 2006 2:50:34 PM

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The Inq hardly bat's 100%, but when it's this close to a launch their info is almost always spot on... it's the speculation that's leading up to it that's off.

But less than a month before launch? Within two months of the X1800 and X1900 they were already quite accurate as to number of pipelines and such.

There are 7900's in production already, rumor starts to take shape out of what the manufacturers can see. I'd be surprised if the truth is far from the latest Inq stuff.


The only thing Fuad seemed sure of was the clock speeds being 650MHz.
February 21, 2006 2:53:50 PM

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g80 launch is set for june so lets say july to see it on shelves, so 4 months

Doubt it, unless you want to go by the old rumors. I don't think nVidia is going to launch a new generation 3 months after they release the completion of their previous one (Geforce 7).

Maybe if Vista was still scheduled for an August release, but things aren't looking that way right now.
February 21, 2006 3:52:55 PM

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The only thing Fuad seemed sure of was the clock speeds being 650MHz.


As I recall he was consistantly reporting 16-pipelines to everyone's chagrin a couple months before release.

Once the cards go into production, it's pretty hard to keep the truth from getting out. And it's pretty hard to keep the false rumors flying when people have had their hands on 'em.

But we'll see I guess. Proof'll be in the pudding.
February 21, 2006 4:33:08 PM

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The only thing Fuad seemed sure of was the clock speeds being 650MHz.


As I recall he was consistantly reporting 16-pipelines to everyone's chagrin a couple months before release.

Nono, I'm talking about the article on Geforce 7900GTX. He claimed 24pp, but didn't dismiss the possibility of 32pp. 650MHz is the only thing he seemed sure of, which coincides with VR Zone's specs they released a few days ago.

But going back on his R520 guesses, he didn't start claiming 16pp until everyone else did, too. Prior to that, he was dead set on 32pp, and then 24pp.

Early on, his guesses are rarely correct. The only time his claims start holding an "ounce" of truth is when other, credable sites have already begun releasing info.

But aside from this, we all know theINQ (particularly Fuad) and nVidia don't get along.
February 21, 2006 5:49:27 PM

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Nono, I'm talking about the article on Geforce 7900GTX. He claimed 24pp, but didn't dismiss the possibility of 32pp.


Yeah, but he did the same thing with the R520... claimed 16 pipelines around the end, but didn't dismiss the possibility of 32 or 48.

If it were a rumor, the 7900 stuff would more likely be on the high-end of the scale...

...but like I said, proof'll be in the pudding. We'll find out soon enough, all of this is farting in the wind.
February 21, 2006 6:08:57 PM

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Personally I thought pointing out that the 512mb 7800 GTX is obscenely expensive and was unavailable until very recently was a decent point!

I guess there'll always be mugs who'll upgrade at every given opportunity, regardless of value for money.


Ahhh, I was talking about some Scotish dude that posted earlier, not about the GTX!Lol, I did get outta control though.

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Early on, his guesses are rarely correct. The only time his claims start holding an "ounce" of truth is when other, credable sites have already begun releasing info.

But aside from this, we all know theINQ (particularly Fuad) and nVidia don't get along.


I'll never read theINQ again if they posted up that much BS so close to this launch. I'm not the biggest Nvidia fan, but that's f'in BS to put up crap like that if they don't have credible sources and are just relying on others intel...
February 21, 2006 7:42:49 PM

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more info on the 7900gt

http://www.techpowerup.com/?9172

So I think it's pretty much determined right now that Geforce 7900GT will be 24pp @450MHz, or in other words, an overclocked Geforce 7800GTX (256mb).

So the main concern for some right now, is *if* the Geforce 7900GTX is at 32pp, that would be a mighty big gap in between the Geforce 7900GT and GTX. Perhaps too big of a gap.

But like Cleeve said, we'll find out soon enough.

I think we can all agree that nVidia's "silent" approach in the industry keeps us in an uncomfortable suspense. heh
February 21, 2006 8:34:08 PM

Yeah, I agree... if the 7900 GTX is 32 pipes @ 650 mhz, I would have expected the 7900 GT to be 32 pipes @ 450 mhz, or 24 pipes @ 550 mhz...

And if the 7900 GTX is 32 pipes @ 650 mhz, I'd expect the MSRP to be in the $800 range...

Then again, maybe they want to put a bigger gap between their top-end and medium-high offerings.

I can't wait to see the Ati and Nvidia heavyweights duke it out. If it is 24 pipes @ 650 mhz, it's going to be a good game to watch. Nice & close.

If it IS 32 pipes, it'll wipe the floor with the X1900 XTX...

And the 7900 GT: why even call it something else? it's 20 mhz faster than a 7800 GTX with the same amount of pipes? I'd just call it a 7800 GTX and lower the MSRP to the 7800 GT price tag... that'd be a great marketing decision. They'd sell truckloads.

Maybe they tweaked the architecture to allow for HDR & AA in the 7900 series, so they wanted to differentiate it...
February 21, 2006 8:41:13 PM

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Yeah, I agree... if the 7900 GTX is 32 pipes @ 650 mhz, I would have expected the 7900 GT to be 32 pipes @ 450 mhz, or 24 pipes @ 550 mhz...

And if the 7900 GTX is 32 pipes @ 650 mhz, I'd expect the MSRP to be in the $800 range...

Then again, maybe they want to put a bigger gap between their top-end and medium-high offerings.

I can't wait to see the Ati and Nvidia heavyweights duke it out. If it is 24 pipes @ 650 mhz, it's going to be a good game to watch. Nice & close.

If it IS 32 pipes, it'll wipe the floor with the X1900 XTX...

And the 7900 GT: why even call it something else? it's 20 mhz faster than a 7800 GTX with the same amount of pipes? I'd just call it a 7800 GTX and lower the MSRP to the 7800 GT price tag... that'd be a great marketing decision. They'd sell truckloads.

Maybe they tweaked the architecture to allow for HDR & AA in the 7900 series, so they wanted to differentiate it...



haha its not going 2 be close at all even with 32 pipes.... nvidia is doing a 1 to 1 ratio while ati is doing a 3 to 1 ratio trust me u really dont need more than 16 pipes, but u will see with the 7900gtx let alone the price will be crazy even if its 750 like the 7800gtx still thats way to much for a card thats going 2 be about equal to a x1900xtx

just another thought... it will be faster than the x1900xtx.... in opengl games lol but dx9 is what all the new games are runing so thats useless
February 21, 2006 9:24:41 PM

Daily Tech

has new info -- semi-confirmed from Nvidias papers -- 24 pipes :-( 655 mhz core
February 21, 2006 9:39:07 PM

ati is smart u have to understand new games are using shaders like crazy the game that comes to mind is F.E.A.R where the 1900 series kills everything even if nvidia did 32 pipes it still slower than 48. 16 ROPS is more than enough for anygame nowadays and in the future think about it smart shader 3.0 those are shaders even if nvidia had 32shaders with ther 1 to 1 ratio it would not be able to top the 48 shader 3 to 1 ratio ati has and looking @ fear you can see the benchmarks with the 1900xtx vs a oced 7800gtx 512 @ 750 bux a pop.
February 22, 2006 3:23:05 AM

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Daily Tech

has new info -- semi-confirmed from Nvidias papers -- 24 pipes :-( 655 mhz core


HAHAH, dammit, i was just gonna post that sucker up. Well, it's gonna be close one, shit. check out the specs.

Quick specifications for GeForce 7900 GTX:

PCIe native
655MHz core frequency
256-bit memory interface
52GB/sec. memory bandwidth
15B pixels/sec. fill rate
1450M vertices/sec.
24 pixels per cycle
Built in twin dual-link DVI support for twin 2560x1600 resolution displays

"24 pixels per cycle"=24 pipes...doesn't seem like an ATI killer to me.
February 22, 2006 9:01:02 AM

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more info on the 7900gt

http://www.techpowerup.com/?9172


Good one, hers another site with a few more pics

http://www.dailytech.com/article.aspx?newsid=907
http://www.dailytech.com/article.aspx?newsid=908

Quick specifications for GeForce 7900GT from NVIDIA documents:
- PCIe native
- 450MHz core frequency
- 256-bit memory interface
- 40GB/sec. memory bandwidth
- 11B pixels/sec. fill rate
- ~900M vertices/sec.
- 24 pixels per cycle
- Built in dual-link DVI support for 2560x1600 resolution
Quick specifications for GeForce 7600GT from NVIDIA documents:
- PCIe native
- 560MHz core frequency
- 128-bit memory interface
- 20.2GB/sec. memory bandwidth
- 7B pixels/sec. fill rate
- 730M vertices/sec.
- 12 pixels per cycle
- Built in dual-link DVI support for 2560x1600 resolution
February 22, 2006 1:55:58 PM

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haha its not going 2 be close at all even with 32 pipes....


What, you're saying that if it's a 32-pipeline part it's not going to be as good as the X1900?

You're dreaming man.

Right now the 7800 GTX 512 gives the X1900 XTX some notable competition with 24 pipes at what, 550 mhz?

You add 100 Mhz to that, and another 8 pipelines, and the X1900 doesn't have a chance.

Even the more likely scenario of the 7900 having 24 pipes @ 650 mhz will give the X1900 XTX a real run for it's money.
February 22, 2006 2:24:42 PM

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haha its not going 2 be close at all even with 32 pipes....


What, you're saying that if it's a 32-pipeline part it's not going to be as good as the X1900?

You're dreaming man.

Right now the 7800 GTX 512 gives the X1900 XTX some notable competition with 24 pipes at what, 550 mhz?

You add 100 Mhz to that, and another 8 pipelines, and the X1900 doesn't have a chance.

Even the more likely scenario of the 7900 having 24 pipes @ 650 mhz will give the X1900 XTX a real run for it's money.

a 24 pipe 650 mhz 7900gtx 512 wont beat a 16pipe 48 pixel shader 1900xtx.Dont forget that 7900gtx will drop for 750 bux vs a 600 dollar ati x1900xtx, let alone the 7900gtx will win in opengl but dx9 games like F.E.A.R will get canned... a oced 7800gtx is 25-30% slower than a 1900xtx so 100 mhz wont do it lol

oh here is a link with soft shadows enabled at 1600x1200 with 4aa and 8af the 7800gtx get 16fps avg while the x1900xtx gets 30fps... hell 2 gtx 512's in sli get 28fps lol so thats 48 pipes working together to get close to 1 x1900xtx

http://www.tomshardware.com/2006/01/24/ati_radeon_x1900...
February 22, 2006 2:53:40 PM

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a oced 7800gtx is 25-30% slower than a 1900xtx so 100 mhz wont do it lol


1. 25%-30% is a number you pulled out of your a$$, and has no basis in reality. Show me a benchmark suite where a 100 mhz oc'd 7800 GTX 512 went up against an X1900 XTX and lost by that margin consistantly. It's a fairy tale.

2. Even if was 25-30% slower with 24 pipelines, where would it sit if you added 25% more pipelines - which is what 32 pipes would be...

2. That is a VERY specific instance. I can show you benches where the 7800 GTX 512 performs much closer to the X1900 XTX, even beating it. So one specific bench does not a massive victory make lol.
February 22, 2006 2:58:02 PM

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a oced 7800gtx is 25-30% slower than a 1900xtx so 100 mhz wont do it lol


1. 25%-30% is a number you pulled out of your a$$, and has no basis in reality. Show mer a benchmark suite where a 100 mhz oc'd 7800 GTX 512 went up against an X1900 XTX and lost by that margin consistantly. It's a fairy tale.

2. Even if was 25-30% slower with 24 pipelines, where would it sit if you added 25% more pipelines - which is what 32 pipes would be...

2. That is a VERY specific instance. I can show you benches where the 7800 GTX 512 performs much closer to the X1900 XTX, even beating it. So one specific bench does not a massive victory make lol.


did u even look at the review with the 1600x1200 with 4aa and 8af? if u want to play games maxed out with all the eyecandy hands down the x1900xt or xtx is the way to go.

I know ur just a nvidia fanboy I go with whats best if intel is better than amd then ill go with them... if nvidia is better ill go with them, but im not willing to pay 700+ for a g-card thats cant handle future games like FEAR.

hell the best midrage card if I was to get one would be a 7800gt but I wanted top of the line so I went with ATI
February 22, 2006 3:05:59 PM

Let's look at all the benches in that review, shall we?

1600x1200 4xaa 8xaf

Far Cry
X1900 XTX: 78
7800 GTX 512 (stock): 67
14% difference (X1900 XTX)

Doom3
X1900 XTX: 68
7800 GTX 512 (stock): 72
5% difference (7800 GTX 512)

HL2
X1900 XTX: 91
7800 GTX 512 (stock): 90
1% difference (X1900 XTX)

B&W2
X1900 XTX: 35
7800 GTX 512 (stock): 31
11% difference (X1900 XTX)

FEAR (softshadows)
X1900 XTX: 29
7800 GTX 512 (stock): 16
45% difference (X1900 XTX)

That's not an OC'd 7800 by the way... that is a bone stock 550 mhz 7800 GTX 512.

Are you suggesting that every new game will be coded the EXACT SAME WAY that FEAR is? Laughable. Flagrant. Wrong.

Add 100 mhz and the 7800 would beat the X1900 in most of those benches except FEAR. Then add another 8 pipes on top? And increased memory speeds, by the way?

Come on, if you think it wouldn't beat the X1900 XTX you're smoking some bad $hit.

P.S. Nvidia fanboy? lol did you look at my sig? You're an idiot.
February 22, 2006 3:14:50 PM

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Let's look at all the benches in that review, shall we?

1600x1200 4xaa 8xaf

Far Cry
X1900 XTX: 78
7800 GTX 512 (stock): 67
14% difference (X1900 XTX)

Doom3
X1900 XTX: 68
7800 GTX 512 (stock): 72
5% difference (7800 GTX 512)

HL2
X1900 XTX: 91
7800 GTX 512 (stock): 90
1% difference (X1900 XTX)

B&W2
X1900 XTX: 35
7800 GTX 512 (stock): 31
11% difference (X1900 XTX)

FEAR (softshadows)
X1900 XTX: 29
7800 GTX 512 (stock): 16
45% difference (X1900 XTX)

That's not an OC'd 7800 by the way... that is a bone stock 550 mhz 7800 GTX 512.

Are you suggesting that every new game will be coded the EXACT SAME WAY that FEAR is? Laughable. Flagrant. Wrong.

Add 100 mhz and the 7800 would beat the X1900 in most of those benches except FEAR. Then add another 8 pipes on top? And increased memory speeds, by the way?

Come on, if you think it wouldn't beat the X1900 XTX you're smoking some bad $hit.

P.S. Nvidia fanboy? lol did you look at my sig? You're an idiot.



your a fool... not going to waste anymore time with you... go and pay 750 and cant play newer games maxed out.
February 22, 2006 3:17:21 PM

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your a fool... not going to waste anymore time with you... go and pay 750 and cant play newer games maxed out.


Lol. I'm a fool? I think most people here would agree, a fool is someone who can't admit when he's wrong.

But nice retort, by the way. You really showed me by ignoring the facts! heheh. Nice, the way you pretended not to notice all of the information there, even though you quoted it. Especially since it was all "4xaa 8xaf" like you were whining about.

Oh, and why would I pay $750 for a new card when I have a perfectly good RADEON X1800 XL? I guess I must be an Nvidia fanboy!

Here's the thing, you're not going to "waste anymore time" with me because you are wrong and you know it.

Moron.
February 22, 2006 3:18:58 PM

also athe inquierer article said the 7900gtx will be priced at $499
February 22, 2006 3:30:04 PM

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also athe inquierer article said the 7900gtx will be priced at $499


yeah because it can't beat the x1900xtx so they wont price it crazy like there 7800gtx 512 or 256 cards, because its not the champ anymore.
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