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    Rumour/prediction

    NV35 refresh
    500MHz core, 1000MHz memory (effective)
    Nvidia's answer to ATI's R360
    Due for release around September/October

    NV news

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    Nvidia plans to introduce two graphics processors – the NV38 for the high-end market and NV36 for the mid-range and high-end markets – at Computex 2003, according to sources.

    It is unclear whether ATI Technologies will display its new R360 chips during the show, but many industry observers say the company should not miss the opportunity in the competition between the world’s two largest graphics solution providers.

    Taiwanese graphics processor makers XGI Technology and VIA Technologies also plan to introduce their next-generation graphics chips in the annual event.

    XGI expects to introduce the updated version of its current Xabre GPUs, but may not adopt the Xabre name for the new product, while VIA plans to display its high-end Delta Chrome GPUs, which support the latest DirectX9 standard, sources said.

    DigiTimes

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    By NVIDIA Itself

    In the latest Detonator FX 45.33 drivers that address flickering issues of the GeForce FX 5900-series there are identification strings for NVIDIA soon-to-be-released code-named NV38 GPU. Apparently, the official brand name for the part will be the GeForce FX 5950 Ultra.

    We told you earlier that the NV38 will be an improved version of the NV35 chip also known as the GeForce FX 5900-family. The GeForce FX 5950 Ultra will be considerably faster compared to the current GeForce FX 5900 Ultra. Performance improvement may be as high as about 25% in certain cases, according to preliminary estimates based on the historical data about performance gains in the sane families of graphics chips. The newcomer will be showcased during Computex Taipei 2003 later this month with actual availability in late October or early November depending on the region.

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    Not to mention the image quality went to crap with 45.23s...

    I am using 44.03s as they are the best thing yet for my card until something better arrives.

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    Soulburner: Have you tried the new Detonator 45.33 Windows XP Driver with Flicker Fix for GeForce FX 5900 cards?

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    No I haven't but I don't have that problem.

    When I used the 45.23s all my games that I normally play at 1600x1200 were jaggy as hell (aliased), so I went back to 44.03 and its crystal clear again. I don't know what they did but it wasn't pretty.

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    Here's a photo of Nvidia's new NV38 GeForce FX 5950 graphics card.

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    argh no!!!

    did someone say COOLFX2??

    time 2 buy those earplugs
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    Quote Originally Posted by 9956
    argh no!!!

    did someone say COOLFX2??

    time 2 buy those earplugs
    It's called an OTES system dude, other card makers like Abit and others have been doing this for a while now.....its actually a quiet solution, not a loud one.

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    ah yes, silly me. i just read on the inq that it was gonna be quieter as well:o ah well

    have you seen the 9800 MAXX from sapphire?? 2 cores, up 2 512mb ram, but never coming to retail :(. ah well, twas but a dream for me anyway

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