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    still don't see why my quote was funny :p

    show me somewhere that shows the gtx260 is a space heater....

    you want a space heater lets look at a 4850... tossed both of mine and i've never been happier
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    Quote Originally Posted by nosboost300 View Post
    still don't see why my quote was funny :p

    show me somewhere that shows the gtx260 is a space heater....

    you want a space heater lets look at a 4850... tossed both of mine and i've never been happier
    No your post was very good, I was using it to prove a point about Void.
    Amusing that you would bring up 4850's though.
    My overclocked 4850 is running cooler than my midly OC'ed 8800GTS 512mb.
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    This is an honest thread this time, and it does have basis in fact. Don't get another video card thread shutdown...please. People have said there is gonna be a soft launch, and that the GPU is already out there in another card right now. They will be filling the other cards market with them as they resupply with the new GPU's. As needed in other words. They will be using up the 65nm stuff first. This is not another world beater, but probably will give some slight boosts as they always do. It's a refresh. It looks like they've made some RAM improvements, and maybe worked on power draw and circuitry...we'll have to see how that works out. I would bet that some of the larger high end graphics card makers already have some. I don't know speciffic dates because they cannot discuss it. I have asked. They said "soon". I didn't press the issue or quiz them because I did not want to get anyone into trouble.

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    Then I guess we'll just have to wait for it......

    but it sucks that it doesn't show in store name or something? if I want a 55nm i want to know if i buy it or not, will the retailer mark it as new?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LordEC911 View Post
    No your post was very good, I was using it to prove a point about Void.
    Amusing that you would bring up 4850's though.
    My overclocked 4850 is running cooler than my midly OC'ed 8800GTS 512mb.
    my apologies then!! i took what you posted and retaliated... there's just too many people that bash on the gtx 260 so i took it the wrong way...

    my old 4850's idled at 70c until set the fan speeds through its bios
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    haha one more gtx 260

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    I think it would make sense if they went for GTX 265/285 looks like a nice clean card though. The reason the clocks are so low is because board partners want to differentiate themselves, allowing a great deal of room for the clocks is Nvidia's way to make them happy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stukov View Post
    I think it would make sense if they went for GTX 265/285 looks like a nice clean card though. The reason the clocks are so low is because board partners want to differentiate themselves, allowing a great deal of room for the clocks is Nvidia's way to make them happy.
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    so we should be able to tell if its 65nm or 55nm by looking on the back of the PCB?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ap4lifetn View Post
    so we should be able to tell if its 65nm or 55nm by looking on the back of the PCB?
    yup

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    What the release date on theses?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Overgloc View Post
    What the release date on theses?
    They are ready, i think nvidia is waiting to sell out of 65nm first, or sell some more before people want these.

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    I wish I was really rich and could afford 3 of those baby's or better yet 2x gtx295. Well I may get them if I find a couple of 1000 euros lying somewhere mabey in a gutter who know people throw a lot of things away
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    Quote Originally Posted by Overgloc View Post
    What the release date on theses?
    They are ready but because there are 1000's of 65nm gtx260s left they want to sell them before they start to sell the other ones because the 55nm card is about the same price and performes better
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    Looks like a nice card. I think the real question is what additional overclock, for running 24/7, will the 55nm process provide. Maybe 700+ on factory overclocked cards, and run them in the mid 700s. That would be pretty nice.
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    They say that it will be better in overclocking but they question is how much.
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    Komplett clearly have 55nm in the product spec, and the design on the sticker is different than the 65nm evga card.
    http://www.komplett.ie/k/ki.aspx?sku=422880
    http://www.komplett.ie/k/ki.aspx?sku=422879
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    Why do they say physx.
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    *waits on heat, power consumption figures and price before deciding*
    55nm GTX260 may very well end up being the card going into my new build, providing the heat output is reduced
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    I just received my GTX 260 216SP yesterday. I think I'll be using BFG's step-up program to get the 285 GTX. Good times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yukon Trooper View Post
    I just received my GTX 260 216SP yesterday. I think I'll be using BFG's step-up program to get the 285 GTX. Good times.
    55nm or 65nm?


    Mascaras: does the 55nm board give higher overclocks & better temps?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaredpace View Post
    55nm or 65nm?


    Mascaras: does the 55nm board give higher overclocks & better temps?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaredpace View Post
    55nm or 65nm?
    I have the 65nm. I don't believe the 55nm are available for purchase anywhere yet. I'll be stepping up to the 55nm GTX 285.

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