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May 21, 2007 2:28:54 PM

hi

one my frined told me that he bought

from the usa the 9800 quad core

is there 9800 quad core;; in usa

i dont believe him he says that his uncle works in one companyh

he told me that he has 2 double cores 8800 gtx ddr4 1024

and he told that he bought one targan 1500 wat
is he saying the truth;;; for all this things


and when i told him that i will buy one core duo 6400
and one 8800 gtx he told me
that i am fool if will buy one core 2 duo 6400

and 8800 gtx and he told me that i will cant play the newest games

in 2008 because the newest games will suport as he saying only quad cores
and not core 2 duo

is he saying the truth that i will not play the newest games in 2008

with core duo 6400;

is he saying the truth about all this things that he bought ;;


can you help me about all this questions please;;

please;

for how lobg i will play games with core duo 6400 and 8800 gtx;;
until 2009;;
will i play good ;;;

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May 21, 2007 2:50:47 PM

I think someone woke up on the gullible side of the bed.
May 21, 2007 3:03:14 PM

so he tells lies;;

am i corect;; there isnt 9800 quad core
and dual cores 8800 gtx 1024;



so with one core duo 6400

and 8800 gtx will i play the newest games until 2009;


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May 21, 2007 3:40:02 PM

No, the 8800 GTX will be spanked by games around the corner (Crysis and stuff), but everything that is already out will be very playable.
May 21, 2007 4:07:57 PM

Wow. Just... wow.
May 21, 2007 4:11:52 PM

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Wow. Just... wow.

Just wow? I somwhow was expecting a full blown 9800 quad core review... :lol: 
May 21, 2007 4:18:37 PM

what you mean *800 GTX will be spanked by games around the corner (Crysis and stuff), but everything that is already out will be very playable.**


what you mean spanked;;

i will not be able to play games with core duo 6400 and 8800 gtx;;
this you mean;;

and what is spanked;;
May 21, 2007 5:48:08 PM

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No, the 8800 GTX will be spanked by games around the corner (Crysis and stuff), but everything that is already out will be very playable.


um...... bullshit, why would nvidia develop a card that would suck at playing the games it was meant to play?

dx10 is much more efficient than dx9 and therefore a fast dx10 card that plays games well in dx9 will play games even better in dx10

man you people need to hold your tongue and wait for actual benchmarks and stuff before you make biased conclusions based solely on fanboyism rather than pure cold hard fact
May 21, 2007 6:30:16 PM

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No, the 8800 GTX will be spanked by games around the corner (Crysis and stuff), but everything that is already out will be very playable.


um...... bullshit, why would nvidia develop a card that would suck at playing the games it was meant to play?

dx10 is much more efficient than dx9 and therefore a fast dx10 card that plays games well in dx9 will play games even better in dx10

man you people need to hold your tongue and wait for actual benchmarks and stuff before you make biased conclusions based solely on fanboyism rather than pure cold hard fact

Its ycon.... just diregard everything he says.... :roll:
May 21, 2007 6:36:00 PM

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what you mean *800 GTX will be spanked by games around the corner (Crysis and stuff), but everything that is already out will be very playable.**


what you mean spanked;;

i will not be able to play games with core duo 6400 and 8800 gtx;;
this you mean;;

and what is spanked;;


"Spanked" (in this context) would mean "overwhelmed" although I'm not sure there is agreement that an 8800 GTX would be "spanked" by any game currently in development.
May 21, 2007 7:01:22 PM

Do you have a fetish for semi colons?
May 21, 2007 7:05:05 PM

who is this guy, John Titor? To say that games in 2008 will require quadcore is just absurd. They wont require that if they want to make money!

And the 9800 thing sounds really fishy. I mean, first of all they would not use a part # that ATi has already used. Right? :oops:  And even if they did why would nvidia go from single core to quad without a dual inbetween? They would not be able to cool the thing anyway and they would be eating into their own SLI sales...
May 21, 2007 7:12:56 PM

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Do you have a fetish for semi colons?


who;;;;, him?;; :wink:

there is a 1Gb and 1.5GB Nvidia card(s) but its not a 8800GTX, its a Quadro Workstation class model. Also the Quadro-Plex may have dual cores or have two SLI boards in one box, can't tell from the pictures.

But ain't none of them something you can go get just anywhere.
May 21, 2007 7:27:34 PM

Not to mention that they technically... well... suck at games.
May 21, 2007 7:56:00 PM

thats BS
May 21, 2007 7:57:18 PM

tell your friend to !@#$%^&
May 21, 2007 7:58:19 PM

guiding is a tough task misleading is very easy
May 21, 2007 8:28:15 PM

Intel Q9800 @ 4.2ghz cost $5500 and performs 4x better then current Q6600 chips.

PNY did release a dual core 8800: 8800gt-X2 in collaboration with AMD and uses 1gb of DDR4 at the cost of $1249.

Jeeeeze.. don't people on these forums know their stuff?




Note: The Q9800 belongs to the 1080 socket which isn't released
The 8800gt-X2 is PCI-E revision 5 compliant (which has not been done yet)
May 21, 2007 9:03:32 PM

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man you people need to hold your tongue and wait for actual benchmarks and stuff before you make biased conclusions based solely on fanboyism rather than pure cold hard fact


Benchmarks for Crysis have been put out. Even with top of the line equipment I think it ended up coming in around 45 frames per second for high level of detail and such.

DX10 being more efficient then DX9? Keep hearing about this, but never read much into it.
May 21, 2007 9:11:28 PM

Your friend probably turned around the x6800 case 180" while reading the "6"and turned around 180' again and read the "800". So if you combined the upside down 6 and 800, that equals the 9800 quadcore cpu your friend is talking about. LOL. The double core geforece 8800 is probably 2x regular 8800 SLI mode, except that your friend unsoldered 128mb of ram off each of the 8800 (640mb ) version. Your dear friend thought dual gpu is dual core gpu.
May 21, 2007 9:24:19 PM

guys, let's be clear with this kid, it seems he is very confused
first of all


CPUS AND GPUS are DIFERENT ( cpu = normal processing, GPU = videocards )


now..
the 9800, 8800 and similars are GPUS, and as for now, as SINGLE CORE
8800 series (g80) are of Nvidia, named GEFORCE and are videocards
the 9800's series are from ATI , named "RADEON" and is a videocard
the COREDUO , PENTIUM, and AMD ATHLON-OPTERON are CPUS.
May 21, 2007 10:36:01 PM

why one user from this site tels

that the chipset Intel Q9800 @ 4.2ghz cost $5500 and performs 4x better then current Q6600 chips.

PNY did release a dual core 8800: 8800gt-X2 in collaboration with AMD and uses 1gb of DDR4 at the cost of $1249.

Jeeeeze.. don't people on these forums know their stuff?




Note: The Q9800 belongs to the 1080 socket which isn't released
The 8800gt-X2 is PCI-E revision 5 compliant (which has not been done yet)


can you tell me please;;;
May 21, 2007 10:43:13 PM

8O
May 21, 2007 10:52:12 PM

why one user from this site tels

that the chipset exists Intel Q9800 @ 4.2ghz cost $5500 and performs 4x better then current Q6600 chips.

PNY did release a dual core 8800: 8800gt-X2 in collaboration with AMD and uses 1gb of DDR4 at the cost of $1249.

Jeeeeze.. don't people on these forums know their stuff?




Note: The Q9800 belongs to the 1080 socket which isn't released
The 8800gt-X2 is PCI-E revision 5 compliant (which has not been done yet)


is it b true;;


is he saying the truth;;
May 21, 2007 10:54:33 PM

LMAO... Do you really think that the chipset Intel Q9800 @ 4.2ghz cost $5500 and performs 4x better then current Q6600 chips and PNY did release a dual core 8800: 8800gt-X2 in collaboration with AMD and uses 1gb of DDR4 at the cost of $1249? It's just a joke.
May 21, 2007 10:58:36 PM

the chipset Intel Q9800 @ 4.2ghz doest exist

am i right;;

so my friend tells lies am i right;; about 9800;;;
May 21, 2007 11:07:46 PM

Yes, he lied to you. Intel's top models are the dual core Core 2 Extreme X6800 @ 2.93ghz and quad core Core 2 Extreme QX6800 @ 2.93ghz
May 21, 2007 11:08:34 PM

so the 9800 quad core is not exist;;

am i right;;
and why my friend to tell me lies;;
May 21, 2007 11:36:46 PM

what you mean The quadcore chipset won't be manufactured at least 10 years;;;;;



why''''';;;;;;;;;
May 21, 2007 11:40:02 PM

A chipset is different from a CPU. Currently, there is no need for a quadcore chipset. 1 core is enough.
May 21, 2007 11:53:30 PM

SO UNTIL 2009


WILL I PLAY THE NEWEST GAMES

WITH ONE CORE 2 DUO 6400

AND ONE 8800 GTX ;;;

SO THE QUAD CORES ARE NOT FOR GAMES YET;

AM I RIGHT;;

SO ITS WASTE OF MONEY TO BUY QUAD CORES FOR THE THE NEXT 2

YEARS ;;;


RIGHT;;
May 22, 2007 12:10:46 AM

I UNDERSTABD

Can i do one last question please;;

so with one core 2 duo 6400 and 8800 gtx i will be ok for the last 2 years and i will not have problems with the pc games and reslottions;;


right;;

and the newest games until 2009 will not need quad cores right;;

so i will be ok with one 6400 or 6600 for 2009;; and one 8800 gtx;;
May 22, 2007 12:13:58 AM

and when you say

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Probably not maxed out settings with games due out next year or in 2009 but still very playable settings that still look good.


what you mean;;

i will not play with very good graphics;;
May 22, 2007 12:14:57 AM

;;;
May 22, 2007 12:18:19 AM

what you mean;;;;

Probably not maxed out settings with games due out next year or in 2009 but still very playable settings that still look good.


what you mean;;

i will not play with very good graphics;;
May 22, 2007 12:31:48 AM

Just to put in simpler terms, it will max out any game in next 4-5 years if you're using a current generation 4:3 LCD monitor as its resolution will most likely 1280x1024. Comparing duo core vs quad core is similar to single core vs dual core. Most current generation single core processor paired with 8800 can max out everything in most games at 1280x1024 resolution. In the next few years, a dual core processor will become low end and will still let you play games happily at 1280x1024 resolution.
May 22, 2007 12:35:26 AM

thanks for helping me

for all

this site i love it so much

thank you

but i have one question

my monitor is 19 zise what resolytions take;; which 8800 suports the monitors which the size is 19 and 20

which 8800 must i buy gtx or gts;;

or 8800 gtx ultra;;


this is the last question please;;
May 22, 2007 12:48:12 AM

Depends on if your monitor is widescreen or regular 4:3. The maximum resolution for most widescreen LCD is ~1200x800 ( not sure because i don't own one) and the regular 4:3 is generally 1280x1024. There's not size limit of the monitor you use. You could have 1000" sized projector if you want and it wouldn't matter. I wouldn't buy 8800 Ultra because you can easily overclock the graphic card to that speed. Ultra is just factory overclocked edition for people who doesn't want overclock but want extra speed. I believe GTX is better than GTS, but it depends on the price and your budget. If you want highier resolution, you best and cheapest way is to go to your local junkyard and pickup a CRT display. LOL. Remeber, those old monitor are bad for your eyes and adds some $ to your energy bill. Also pick up a DVI to VGA adapter if you want to use the CRT monitor.
May 22, 2007 12:56:06 AM

my monitor is tft and lcd

both of

so what resolutions takes;;
May 22, 2007 1:03:26 AM

.... You need to research your problem before asking someone. TFT and LCD is not 2 different type of monitor. TFT typed LCD is the most common ones used in computer display. Search Wikipedia for details. If you want to know exactly what resolution your monitor takes, you'll need to read the manual that came with your LCD monitor or just simply search the model on the manufacturer's website.
May 22, 2007 1:09:28 AM

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that the chipset Intel Q9800 @ 4.2ghz cost $5500 and performs 4x better then current Q6600 chips.

Quote:
PNY did release a dual core 8800: 8800gt-X2 in collaboration with AMD and uses 1gb of DDR4 at the cost of $1249.

Quote:
Jeeeeze.. don't people on these forums know their stuff?

Quote:
The Q9800 belongs to the 1080 socket which isn't released
The 8800gt-X2 is PCI-E revision 5 compliant (which has not been done yet)

Quote:
Jeeeeze.. don't people on these forums know their stuff?


I find terrible irony in that last statement.
May 22, 2007 1:21:27 AM

DaSickNinja



my friend told me about this 9800 quad core

he told me that his uncle is member in one privoate site

with this site only 10 people know

and from there buys new stuff and more

he bought targan 1500 wat for sli; are there 1500 wat;
i dont believe him

i dont understand why to tell me lie;;



i dont undersatnd
May 22, 2007 1:26:14 AM

LMAO;;;great;; imitation;; but ;;you ;;may ;;need ;;;some ;;;more semicolons;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
May 22, 2007 2:00:18 AM

Your friend is fucking with you. There is no 9800 quad core. End of story. There is no GX2 version of the 8800. Period. You are being fooled with, taking for a ride, lied too, bullshitted, messed with, given the go around, gotten shafted, taken from behind without the benefit of a reach-around, and basically made to look like a moron at best dimwit at worst. There is a QX6800. But that has no GPU capabilities. Please, stop this nonsense.
May 22, 2007 2:07:40 AM

Are you kidding me????? I just bought one of those a few days ago! Works wonders. :lol:  :roll:
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