Nvidia & AMD To Start Next Gen. GPU War In Q2

"The battle for GPU supremacy begins in earnest"

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G100 to challenge next-generation RV770
 
Commercial Times talked about Nvidia and AMD introducing their next generation GPUs in Q2 this year, developed to support dual-core processors from Intel and AMD. The article mentioned that they have completed tape-out of the chips and will farm out productions of the chips to TSMC in March. Nvidia plans to introduce next-generation chip dubbed as G100 to challenge next-generation RV770 from AMD. Industry sources are pointing towards 55nm based RV770 supporting DX10.1.

Here we go again. Who'll win the performance war this time around?
 
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17-01-2008, 13:19:51

Mr. Smith
3dm05 crashes on the cpu tests... WTF?

CPU is occt stable, prime stable, 3dm06 stable, cinebench, gaming, whatever - it's stable so why the fook does it crash?

WHHHHY?

I tried the pro version, the free one, the hotfix... Bah.

17-01-2008, 13:48:31

Ham
It's stable further down the clock chain?

17-01-2008, 13:50:44

Mr. Smith
Dono, tried 4ghz, then 3.6ghz...

4 = every other bench in the world stable

3.6/7 = 24/7 rock solid everything stable.

Might clock down to 3 to see what gives.... You got any thoughts?

17-01-2008, 13:55:54

Ham
Well if its passing at 3.6-7 ish then id just use that tbh.

You could try disabling some cores @ 4ghz, as 05 dont use multi cores at all iirc.

18-01-2008, 06:05:36

Mr. Smith
Sorry, I wasn't very clear at all:

4 = every other bench in the world stable

3.6/7 = 24/7 rock solid everything stable - APART from 3dm05 cpu test!

I did a quick stock check and it will run at 2.4ghz. I'll disable some cores and see what happens...

12-02-2008, 13:57:30

Brooksie
3dm05 sucks...

i went up to 3.6 and had my ram at 500mhz 4-4-4-12, gpu was 765/1010 and it gave me 10k!!!!!!!
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