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Thread: Possible Nv40 Price Points?

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    Skillian's Avatar T H F C f a n BT Rep: +1
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    Well the prelim pictures of the NV40 I posted here over a week ago were laughed at, but turned out to be real, and the Aquamark scores I posted are looking like they might be the real deal also. So scoff away if you want, and I promise I won't say I told you so

    Some more pics and and a possible price point for the GeForce 6800 and GeForce 6800 over here. Another foreign site I'm afraid, but you get the gist.

    $399 Ultra
    $299 Non-Ultra

    Sounds OK to me, if they translate into British prices at the normal exchange rate, you'll be able to get a 6800 for under 200.

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    Are the 6800's the top of the line? And are they not gona be good and then switch to 6900? hahaha $400 seems low for the top of the line card...pretty good.
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    Yeah, the 6800 Ultra will be the best card available when it comes out. Still unconfirmed, but you're probably looking at Q2/Q3 for the native PCI-Express version of the NV40, and then the next high end will be the NV45/NV48 in Q3/Q4. After that mid range/mainstream versions of these cards will come out.

    'Course all this might be thrown into chaos if ATi's offering is a real contender - and that's looking more likely than it was a few days ago - see Will ATI Radeon X800 Have 33% More Pipelines Than Anticipated?

    Perhaps Nvidia might need to worry again...

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    @Skillian:

    those april fools pics u posted were false in 1 way: the chip itself.

    the picture you saw was the 6800 non-u i believe, which is why it only has 1 molex. the 6800u has 2 (others, please check this)


    so dont even try to infer that you told us so

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    The pictures I posted had two molex connectors - and I think it'll be two connectors whether the card is ultra or not.

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    Two direct molex connectors. Thats bloody nasty

    /me thinks we won't be seeing an NV4x's in laptops

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    You should see the preliminary NV50 cards


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    Originally posted by Skillian@12 April 2004 - 18:55
    You should see the preliminary NV50 cards

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    thats an fx 5800 you dipf__k.

    however, i dont remember the nuclear powerplant tho


    lol u need to learn to link better: the true URL is here

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    Dipfuck? That&#39;s a bit h4rsh.

    It was a joke, I don&#39;t think they&#39;ll be powering GFX cards with nuclear power stations for a couple of years yet.

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    Originally posted by Skillian@12 April 2004 - 19:04
    Dipfu<k? That&#39;s a bit h4rsh.

    It was a joke, I don&#39;t think they&#39;ll be powering GFX cards with nuclear power stations for a couple of years yet.
    lol i coulda sed anything from dipfu<k to dipf00k to dipfudgelickingpiecesoff00k

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