Mid-range 65nm 8800 due November

"NVIDIA are due to release a mid-range 8800 in November based on a smaller 65nm process."

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Mid-range 65nm 8800 due November


We heard about an upcoming GPU from NVIDIA on 256-bit memory interface earlier this month and we thought it is the rumored 256-bit version of G84. Now we learned that it is actually the next generation G92, a 65nm performance part supporting PCI Express 2.0 and 256-bit memory interface. G92 performance lies between GeForce 8800 GTS and 8600 GTS so it is not the highest end GPU from the G9x series yet. There might be a G90 which we haven't heard about yet and NVIDIA gave clues that their next generation GPU will deliver close to 1 TFlops of performance in a recent analyst conference. G9x could support Double Precision FP too. Sampling will start in September and slated for launch in November timeframe.

Sounds like an 8800GT... I'll be holding out for the G90... 1 TFlop!

Feel free to comment on the upcoming GPU's in the forum
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28-06-2007, 07:34:39

fadz23q
IM GOING FOR QUADDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDCORE now,that should make things easier. with a $3500 australian Budget

28-06-2007, 07:35:39

mVp24

IM GOING FOR QUADDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDCORE now,that should make things easier. with a $3500 australian Budget



Wait till July 22nd if the price cuts apply to australia

28-06-2007, 07:42:06

Mr. Smith
Oh yes, quads get a price cut to $266 USD iirc? c2d's won't see any savings though...

Also, fadz - should I carry on with my post no.7 if you are waiting till Jully 22nd? I'm going for lunch so let me know

@vadeR - the price cut is international :)

28-06-2007, 07:42:28

fadz23q
Heres the List i have just got a mate to come up with :)
MOTHERBOARD: Asus 1394 Striker
CPU: Quadcore Intel
RAM: 2gb OCZ 800mhz Ram
HARD DRIVE: Seagate 320 gb
GRAPHIC CARD: inno3d 8800GTX 768mb Overclocked
MONITOR: LG L226wtq -bf 22" 3000:1, 2ms.
POWER SUPPLY: OCZ PSU 850w
TOWER: Antec 900 Series ATX Case
SPEAKERS: Logitech X530 5.1 Speakers(cheap stuff, but fits the Budget lol)
KEYBOARD AND MOUSE: Logitech Ex110 Keyboard & Mouse
CD/DVD ROM:Pioneer Sata (black) DVD+- R/W
that fits the Budget exactly just Under $3500, thats got to be an ultimate gaming machine certainly now?

28-06-2007, 07:46:29

mVp24

Heres the List i have just got a mate to come up with :)
MOTHERBOARD: Asus 1394 Striker
CPU: Quadcore Intel
RAM: 2gb OCZ 800mhz Ram
HARD DRIVE: Seagate 320 gb
GRAPHIC CARD: inno3d 8800GTX 768mb Overclocked
MONITOR: LG L226wtq -bf 22" 3000:1, 2ms.
POWER SUPPLY: OCZ PSU 850w
TOWER: Antec 900 Series ATX Case
SPEAKERS: Logitech X530 5.1 Speakers(cheap stuff, but fits the Budget lol)
KEYBOARD AND MOUSE: Logitech Ex110 Keyboard & Mouse
CD/DVD ROM:Pioneer Sata (black) DVD+- R/W
that fits the Budget exactly just Under $3500, thats got to be an ultimate gaming machine certainly now?



Get a P35 if not going to use SLI, and get the Logitech X-540s, the remote and matrix mode makes a world of difference.

28-06-2007, 08:02:35

fadz23q

Get a P35 if not going to use SLI, and get the Logitech X-540s, the remote and matrix mode makes a world of difference.



Vader ur Missing my $3500 budget lol, atm with all the specs i just gave its $3411
so Unless there gna fit in with the budget, id go for it, as for the P35...na im deffinately gna go for SLI thanks anyways...but it wuld come in Handy later on i think.
il see how Much the logitech x-540 is anyways...

28-06-2007, 08:04:03

mVp24

Vader ur Missing my $3500 budget lol, atm with all the specs i just gave its $3411
so Unless there gna fit in with the budget, id go for it, as for the P35...na im deffinately gna go for SLI thanks anyways...but it wuld come in Handy later on i think.
il see how Much the logitech x-540 is anyways...



X-540s aren't expensive, here in the stated they're only about $20 more. Trust me, you want the matrix feature for media files that don't have 5.1 automatically.

28-06-2007, 08:09:10

fadz23q

X-540s aren't expensive, here in the stated they're only about $20 more. Trust me, you want the matrix feature for media files that don't have 5.1 automatically.



vader just checked, yep your right, cheers for that, iv added it to the List its only $30 more, fits in Perfectly.

28-06-2007, 08:17:35

PV5150
StaticIce is the perfect place for checking Aussie etailers prices. It's what I use

28-06-2007, 08:19:11

mVp24

vader just checked, yep your right, cheers for that, iv added it to the List its only $30 more, fits in Perfectly.



Glad I could help! :)



You should talk to PV about the best AUS parts he's our Australian beast ;)
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