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    Samsung's 1.26 ns ram on a NVIDIA pcb!

    http://www.hkepc.com/bbs/viewthread.php?tid=486092

    Quote Originally Posted by hkepc
    Samsung discloses 1.26ns in the GDDR3 customer order form, has recently used except ATi Radeon X1800XT 1.26ns the GDDR3 pellet, also had disclosed nVidia also has to them under the order form, therefore we estimated very quick can see nVidia promotes uses -1.26ns the GDDR3 pellet the product, the estimate will be uses for to cope with X1800XT the weapon.

    Now uses in ATi Radeon X1800XT Samsung K4J52324QC-BJ12, its contour and our common GDDR3 memory body size has differently, because it uses the seal by 144 Ball FBGA which old has to turn 136 Ball the FBGA edition, and changed the non- lead system regulation, the specification is 2M x 32Bit x 8 Bank, the voltage is 2.0V. BJ12 represents the memory body speed is -1.26ns, Samsung official most Gao Shihmai is 1.6GHz, needs the -1.6ns specification compared to Geforce 7800GTX to outdo very many, if must use this kind of memory body, existing PCB is going reto revise.

    Moreover, in the near future 81.84 appeared a brand-new G70 definition in newest Forceware, very had the possibility is uses -1.26ns GDDR3 the pellet the Geforce 7,800 series, when picked this -1.26GDDR3 to promote the G70 core supposed in advance the arteries again, believed the potency needed to surmount ATi Radeon X1800XT not to be certainly difficult once again.
    Translated for you by bablefish, looks like the 7800 512mb card is going to have a bite to it itself!... Don't count ATi the winner of this round just yet, it's not even over!.. The 7800 using this ram should catch, if not beat, the X1800xt WITHOUT a clockspeed adjustment..

    Also, "sources" are saying this card will be released November 1st, hard launched, making it available before the x1800xt. Keep an eye out for more on this one, as I'll be posting it as it's spotted!
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    seeing that is only a month away ill wait till then with my VGA upgrade.
    512MB Geforce cards will maybe make the 256MB cards drop a lil.

    now to guess how quick they will b available. 7900GTX? 7900GT?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DilTech
    http://www.hkepc.com/bbs/viewthread.php?tid=486092


    Translated for you by bablefish, looks like the 7800 512mb card is going to have a bite to it itself!... Don't count ATi the winner of this round just yet, it's not even over!.. The 7800 using this ram should catch, if not beat, the X1800xt WITHOUT a clockspeed adjustment..

    Also, "sources" are saying this card will be released November 1st, hard launched, making it available before the x1800xt. Keep an eye out for more on this one, as I'll be posting it as it's spotted!

    wouldnt that be like 1586mhz ddr? thats hardcore

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    Qkj, it's the same ram found on the x1800xt's!

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    geeez if this will be released before the XT (which will be)

    It's gonna be one helluva card, maybe a little core speedbump to 490 and we have a new winner (probably doesn't even need that)

    Hopefully price should be lower then the XT....the 256GTX should drop to around GT prices....now nobody can't beat the price/performance of the 256GTX then...

    Impressive....so glad that I didn't buy a GTX straightaway...I knew nVidia had something cooking...

    I believe this is the way the G70 should have been from the beginning, but nVidia knew that ATI didn't have it to release the X1800 series back then, so they just made sure their memory stock went down.... now that is good

    made some incredible money off the GTX and GT

    It's funny that they are extremely tightlipped.....Adam Foat sure wasn't kidding went he gave a blink to the reviewer and said...watch this space for our own 512mb board...awesome..

    GTX cores have easily 490 in them...almost all of them....
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    I wonder what my next card will be :P

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    If this is all true, I might not be able to wait it out on getting my next videocard. Originally I planned on waiting til the SM4 cards, but these will be MONSTERS!


    Besides, it finally gives me a good excuse to move up to the DFI NF4 and leave AGP for good.

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    my next card will be r580 if it will be soon out :S!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rovtar
    my next card will be r580 if it will be soon out :S!
    well I think you can forget about that lol, we are talking about spring next year...I don't think they will release it during the winter time....

    Quote Originally Posted by DilTech
    If this is all true, I might not be able to wait it out on getting my next videocard. Originally I planned on waiting til the SM4 cards, but these will be MONSTERS!


    Besides, it finally gives me a good excuse to move up to the DFI NF4 and leave AGP for good.
    I thought our GT's could handle everything Dil? j/k

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    It may beat the x1800xt at stock, but lets see which oc's well.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim
    well I think you can forget about that lol, we are talking about spring next year...I don't think they will release it during the winter time....



    I thought our GT's could handle everything Dil? j/k
    They can, but if the whole "pc store" thing I've been talking over with my boss goes thru, I'll be able to get mine at wholesale price....

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    Quote Originally Posted by n00b 0f l337
    It may beat the x1800xt at stock, but lets see which oc's well.
    you can almost consider the stock xt to be pushing it, since it will feature insane clocks stock, and is their top of the line card. for example, we all had reason to believe nvidia could do a 7800 ultra, with higher clocks. but with the 1800xt it seems there is no room for overclocking.

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    What makes you say that?


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    Hmm, this is very unusual. I didn't think G70 was capable of the stress of running 1.4ghz GDDR3, especially 512MB's worth. I'm guessing the RAM will probably be running close to current G70 stock RAM speeds, so you'll have to OC to get the full benefit (like R520). Don't expect to clock as high as R520 tho
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    Well you can't really say anything about it since it's not out...but what if G70 was designed for these chips? Then it's a whole different story....

    Not saying that it does, but it's sure interesting this whole thing

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    If it was, then it wouldn't have crappy 1.6ns GDDR3 like its predecessor.
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    It's called clearing out stock shadow(just like ATi is doing with the x800 GT/GTO's), they had ALOT of those chips left over from the 6800's, now that they've put it all to use they're moving on to the 1.26ns ram.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DilTech
    It's called clearing out stock shadow(just like ATi is doing with the x800 GT/GTO's), they had ALOT of those chips left over from the 6800's, now that they've put it all to use they're moving on to the 1.26ns ram.
    Makes sense...why not? They had months of time with this card..it's gonna be like what? 5 months till ATI has the card en mass from GTX launch till beginning of December?

    Plenty of time to get rid of them....well it's certainly something that we need....competition never hurt anyone

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    Except for our wallets Tim...

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    NVIDIA sure likes that aspect... the first $1000 consumer level card... built by an NVIDIA partner...

    SLI... again an expensive option.

    I'm most definately anti-SLI/Crossfire. It's cool in concept, but it's expensive and the gains are definately not worth $500.

    For rich people... sure, go ahead. However, I'm a poor mofo so price/performance ratio is of utmost importance to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DilTech
    Except for our wallets Tim...
    Correct the wallets of the stupid..
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    Except perhaps by a software company
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    Eh, I'm far from a fool...

    Note that I'm still rockin my agp 6800gt, as it plays any game I throw at it fine!

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    why do you worry about what PCI-E users are buying if you are AGP?
    *edit I didn't think that out*
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    I'm not, but I won't be on agp forever... Therefore, what comes out I do keep an eye on. If something comes out that's worthwhile, I'll switch.

    Besides, my mobo is holding back my 3700+ at 2.8-2.85 ghz due to v.core fluctuation(gigabyte k8ns-ultra-939) and mem back due to only 2.7v on tccd...

    Is it wrong for me to like upcoming hardware just because I'm not yet on PCI-E?

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