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    whatever evol says.........hehe.........he argues with others because he knows he's right........hehe.......lol weta..........the bottom line is that we thank you very much weta for all of your hard work, and soul? we thank you for your opinions........and, evol? we thank you for your admonishments, lol..........we all need to interact to get the facts straight.............so, the only one we don't have to thank is the tweaker, ......hehe, because he already knows he's great : peace:

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    What opinions did I have? And what argument was this? I was not made aware of such things. I only posted something from Neoseeker, I did not claim it was my own.

    FX5900 - 3DMark2001 [20,566] - 3DMark2003 [7,281] - Aquamark3 [56,694]
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    i still like ya, no matter what anyone else says............:thumb:

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    <center>Radeon 9800XT details finalised
    Non round numbers spotted
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    ATI has finally finalised clock speeds for its upcoming card that will be born, partly enslaved, in the heart of Alcatraz. As we suggested last week, the Radeon 9800XT is now ready and in the hands of many NDA reviewers.

    Even though I knew at the time of my last story a week ago , I found it hardly possible to believe that the final clock speed is actually 412MHz for the GPU and 730MHz for memory.

    ATI performance projections were suggesting 7000 3Dmarks03 and were talking about a 425+ MHz clocked GPU. We reckon that this core simply didn't want to give satisfactory yields at more than this magical 412 MHz but still, the original core speeds have increased from 325 MHz to 412 MHz. That's a lot!

    The 30th of September is the day that you should be looking for reviews.

    The Inquirer (edited)

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    <center>DX9 Mayhem</center>

    At Computex, we have had to chance to sit down and chat with a few tier 1, tier 2, and tier 3 video card manufacturers, all of which have given some interesting comments on the fiasco bubbling around the industry. First of all, the majority [regardless of which graphic solution they produce] have told us that they believe that ATI is not cheating. They believe that if NVIDIA requires certain questionable optimizations in their drivers and ATI does not all while still leading benchmarks, the consumer is going to catch on very fast about who they should choose for their next graphics solution purchase. Additionally, most of these manufacturers are sure that this will play out very soon. We have been informed by manufacturers that NVIDIA was back in Taiwan about 3 weeks prior to Computex, to supposedly answer for their actions and reassure consumers. This was strategic move an anticipation of AquaMark 3 and Half-Life 2 benchmarks that were going to pop up soon. The basic content of the discussion between NVIDIA and their respective manufacturers were to reassure them that they were doing fine and to expect everything fixed with newer and better drivers. However, those traditionally considered NVIDIA strongholds told us that they are seriously discussing the possibilities of ATI internally. Despite this, it seems that the executive management of such companies have decided to wait and see what fully materializes from the controversy, basically, if NVIDIA can deliver on these promises. If they canít, they risk alienating the manufacturers, which they partnered with. On the other hand, choosing ATI means competition almost against oneís self, because ATI also sells their brand of cards. Much of these topics still need to be addressed. The war on NV4x and R4xx is still a ways off from duking it out. Only one thing is for sure, the heat has been kicked up a notch, and now we will wait for the ensuring battle fog to clear.

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    <center><img src="http://images.tweaktown.com/news/news_9800xt.jpg"></center>

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    not bad for the last of it's core :thumb: :shoot3:

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    And where does one get chromed PCI slot shields ?
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    sounds kinky.......: peace:

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    Me??? Im saving my money for the major upgrade in 12 months time. Major upgrade means changing everything or shall i say Building a NEW MACHINE???? at leats you'll got all the latest $hit$ on the market when that day comes.

    Theres no point of getting the new stuff that are coming every 6 months. If you keep on doing this u'll end up being broke. Specially in places like London, where all $hit$ are too bloody expensive!

    Note: This is just my Opinion. If you disagree thats entirely up to you.

    By the way WETA that Radeon 9800 XT looks SEXY!!!! man.
    We thank you for bringing info to that sexy looking piece of thing.

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