if the 5900value has 128bit memory , then why dont they just call it an 5800?
they changed the specs of the 5600ultra after it was released and sold for a while, so i dotn see why they wouldnt do it again....
haha... man Nvidia. again i probably sound like a fanboy... but the selling feature of the 5900ultra was the 256bit memory
now the card that people will actually have access to, the value version, will have not only lower clock speeds but have the memory bus bandwidth potential
There was a 5800? I never saw one...
Look, the NV35 is MUCH more than just a 256-bit memory bus and better drivers. It's also...it's...umm...well...give me some time...it's...erm...hmph! I'll get back to you on that one...
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I think Twitch meant, he's 'Never SEEN one' as in it being only a figment of people's imagination (due to the limited NV30 release)
As for the X-bit labs article it seems in conrast to the digi-times article about the MSI products, which have the 5900V listed as 256bit. But seeing as how that was just a quick-look graphic/chart, it wouldn't surprise me if that's not accurate.
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