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October 16, 2007 6:08:32 PM


unlike the new 8800GT, the upcoming G92 8800gts will have a 2-slot cooler

It's clear that 8800GT will appear in the market in monday, 29th Oct. But maybe you are all thinking about the second G92 product: new 8800GTS.

According to the sources, the new 65nm 8800GTS will announce in Monday,19th Nov, a week later than 780i(12nd Nov). The price is CNY2299(~305 USD) .

It's known new 8800GTS will have 128 SP. But still no evdience about the core clock, memory clock and shader clock. The score we have earlier already prove that 8800GT can beat 8800GTS(old). And we believe the 65nm 8800GTS(new) will better than 8800GTX(old).

So please be awared of 29th Oct,and 29th Nov. And please remember the RV670 will be coming 15th Nov.

source:http://news.expreview.com/2007-10-16...1381d4181.html
October 16, 2007 6:29:13 PM

I thought NVIDIA said they weren't doing any new promotions for the new SKU?

Crysis comes out on Nov 17 I think...didnt someone at nvidia hint about a new card coming out when Crysis did? Or was that the 8800gt? Maybe 8900GTX? (No way it's 9800, that sucker's gotta be at least 6 months off...)
October 16, 2007 6:56:37 PM

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October 17, 2007 5:51:40 AM

Man can not wait to see what the new 8800gts can do. I just hope the manufactures will come up with more creative designs for the coolers. Well then again if it is affective who cares about the looks?
October 17, 2007 7:10:23 AM

Since it's a different GPU shouldn't they it have a different name? I just think that alot of people are going to have the G80 8800GTS and go buy a G92 8800GTS and try to put them together for SLI. Maybe it's just me but they should aught to call it the 8850GTS, or 8900GTS. Makes me wonder.
October 17, 2007 7:14:22 AM

that link aint working.
October 17, 2007 11:14:48 AM

i hope they do something with the GTX i want to use my stepup program but i guess if the new 8800gts will beat the old gtx that might be a free upgrade if its the same price i bought it for hehe..
October 17, 2007 1:00:36 PM

T8RR8R said:
Since it's a different GPU shouldn't they it have a different name? I just think that alot of people are going to have the G80 8800GTS and go buy a G92 8800GTS and try to put them together for SLI. Maybe it's just me but they should aught to call it the 8850GTS, or 8900GTS. Makes me wonder.



I agree, I think it would dumb on nVida's part to name it 8800GTS, 8850GTS would be much better suited to the occasion.
October 17, 2007 1:39:02 PM

I heard the new 8800gts was just going to be the same old g80 core with 112 stream processors enabled instead of 96 like the current ones. This makes more sense, especially considering the lack of a name change for the new part, but I guess we'll find out soon enough.
October 17, 2007 7:08:03 PM

TSIMonster said:
I agree, I think it would dumb on nVida's part to name it 8800GTS, 8850GTS would be much better suited to the occasion.

8800GTO?
October 17, 2007 7:55:47 PM

homerdog said:
I heard the new 8800gts was just going to be the same old g80 core with 112 stream processors enabled instead of 96 like the current ones. This makes more sense, especially considering the lack of a name change for the new part, but I guess we'll find out soon enough.


I read that too.But anyway it will be faster than the old one.
October 17, 2007 9:35:53 PM

Sites cant seem to decide whether its just got 112sp's or like the first guy said is 65nm etc...

So yeh its pretty much anyones guess...
October 18, 2007 12:33:35 AM

EricVPI said:
I thought NVIDIA said they weren't doing any new promotions for the new SKU?

Crysis comes out on Nov 17 I think...didnt someone at nvidia hint about a new card coming out when Crysis did? Or was that the 8800gt? Maybe 8900GTX? (No way it's 9800, that sucker's gotta be at least 6 months off...)


your message made me cry... because i know its true :( 

October 18, 2007 3:09:04 PM

Anyone know if they will be DX 10.1 compatible?
October 18, 2007 4:41:41 PM

You sure the GT will beat the old GTX?

So many glorious new vid cards
October 19, 2007 6:14:25 PM

I still doubt this wil be 65nm.. itll probably just be a normal 8800gts with 640mb memory, but have 112SP's.
October 19, 2007 6:41:53 PM

If there is a new 8800GTX with 160 SPs released this year. I'll buy it.
October 19, 2007 6:45:02 PM

physx7 said:
Anyone know if they will be DX 10.1 compatible?

Any card made after today had better be at least 10.1 compatable!!
October 19, 2007 9:22:59 PM

I don't think the 8800gt is DX10.1 compatible, just dx10.

It is PCI-E 2 though. So in a PCI-E2 mobo it wont need any PCI-E connectors.


Seriously though, so many people with nvidias cards that game makers aren't going to make their games for "dx10.1".
November 11, 2007 3:44:43 PM

Hey, u guyz. Listen, they just released, a week ago, G80 8800gts w/ 112 sp's. eVga called theirs SSC edition. They called it '96+' sp's. So, now, this new one coming out Nov 19 (guy1 said), is a G92 chip, and should have 128 sp's. This new one should kill old GTX, as was talked about here, but 4 me, that doesn't care here. Point is, this new 8800gts w/ 128 sp's is worth 2 look at/up, cuz we're on the new chip, G92, and i won't buy 8800gt cuz i hate hot cards. But double cooler could make a man, healthy, mwealthy and wise (cuz speedfan system board won't be on Fire). The old 8800gts 320mb took my system readout to 54C, and above 49+ shows fire (I hate fire.) Sorry, i gotta go, it's launch time.
November 11, 2007 4:08:33 PM

"launch time"?? are you in a cannon?
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November 11, 2007 7:53:14 PM

Holy crap tommmm111, that post made my brain hurt.

As for the new g92 8800gts, does anyone know if it's still on a 256bit bus like the 8800gt? If it is then it will probably still lose to a GTX at high resolutions+AA.
November 11, 2007 8:17:28 PM

If its using the G92 i believe it will have to be on 256
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