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    [QUOTE]Originally posted by weta

    Hi Weta. If you can "AFFORD" to wait for the FX range and save all your hard earned cash then do so. but if you are looking for a high end card now. I would recommend the TI 4600 128 8x. I have the 4X TI 4600 and now i've just corrected my 2100+ Athlon XP fault. It runs like a dream with 2700ddr mem. TI 4600 will not however futurproof your setup for a year or so. Software Technology at present is barely keeping up with Hardware Technology anyway... we should be playing next years games now, this is soon to evolving.

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    [QUOTE]Originally posted by weta

    Hi Weta. If you can "AFFORD" to wait for the FX range and save all your hard earned cash then do so. but if you are looking for a high end card now. I would recommend the TI 4600 128 8x. I have the 4X TI 4600 and now i've just corrected my 2100+ Athlon XP fault. It runs like a dream with 2700ddr mem. TI 4600 will not however futurproof your setup for a year or so. Software Technology at present is barely keeping up with Hardware Technology anyway... we should be playing next years games now, this is soon to evolving.

    EG465P-VE(FCA) in T3007 Task International Case
    Abit KG7 Raid (AMD761/VIA 686B)
    Infineon cas 2.5 2700 ddr non ecc
    (166mhz running at 133mhz)
    Asus V8460 Ultra 128ddr
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    Audigy 2 Dolby 6.1
    Liteon 16x DvD Rom
    Liteon 48x12x48 Cd-Rw
    AMD 2100+ Quantispeed Athlon XP
    (Running at 1735mhz)
    Thermaltake Volcano 7+ HSF type: 70:70:25mm
    Western Digital 120Gb Caviar 8mb cache :7200rpm
    2x 80mm Ys Tech Case fans Speed - 3000RPM
    Output - 45.2CFM
    1x 80mm Ys Tech Exhaust Decibels - 34.2dBA
    fan Dimensions - 80x80x25
    Lian LI PC60
    (2 intake 80mm ADDA/3
    exhaust 80mm ADDA)
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    Asus A7N8X Dx ver2.0 C1007 latest bios
    AthlonXp 3200+ Barton
    Xms Corsair 3700PT TwinX paired 2x512@200mhz
    200mhz X 11.0 = 2.205GIG
    creative audigy 2
    Asus V8460 U Ti 4600 Dx
    CPU full load 28C
    Case full load 24C
    Western D HDD 120gb
    XP Professional current best- crap
    11682 marks=xp best performance settings @ 2500+ 166mhz x 11.0X = 1.83GIG

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    Not 8 x 1 as previously suggested

    IN A MARATHON INVESTIGATION that The Inquirer launched a couple of days ago, we have some solid stuff to present to you.
    From the time when Nvidia first questioned the validity of 3DMark03 and its single texturing as a method of rendering that is rarely
    used in games we knew that somthing was rotten in Denmark, sorry, Santa Clara.
    An Nvidia technical marketing manager confirmed to us that Geforce FX has 4 Pipelines and 2 Texture Memory Units that can
    result with 8 textures per clock but only in multitexturing.

    However, Nvidia did say that there were some cases where its chip can turn out 8 pixels per clock. Here is a quote, "GeForce FX
    5800 and 5800 Ultra run at 8 pixels per clock for all of the following, a) z-rendering b) stencil operations c) texture operations
    d) shader operations and only color+Z rendering is done at 4 pixels per clock"

    We talked with many developers and they said me that all games these days use Color + Z rendering. So all this Nvidia talk about
    the possibility of rendering 8 pixels in special cases becomes irrelevant.

    The bottom line is that when it comes to Color + Z rendering, the GeForce FX is only half as powerful as the older Radeon 9700.

    We can assure you that this is just the start, we have more to present to you in the next few days.

    Read more >>

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    Looks like BFG are following Nvidia's reference design with their forthcoming Asylum FX 5800 Ultra card.

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    Thermaltake's fanless cooling solution for the NV30.
    (Not all that different from Zalman's R300 model)

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    Albatron have announced two Geforce FX cards, the Gigi FX 5800 and the Gigi FX 5800V (Vivo).

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    Here's a picture of MSI's new Geforce FX 5800 Ultra board.

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    Motherboards.org has posted a short preview for MSI's Geforce FX 5800 Ultra graphics card. This card has been
    available in Japan for several days now, so hopefully it should start appearing in other parts of world very soon.

    Preview >>

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    well looks like that might be the last from msi
    [H]
    Keith Cyr points out that there is big news for ATi, bad news for NVIDIA according to this Yahoo Finance report. The report is saying that NVIDIA lost one of their biggest card making partners, MSI, to rival ATi. Here is the clip.



    Yahoo
    8:34AM NVIDIA estimates trimmed at FBR on large design loss; target $11 (NVDA) 12.57: Friedman, Billings, Ramsey has learned that NVDA has lost a large design win at Micro-Star (one of its largest customers) to ATYT; firm now believes that other designs at Micro-Star are at risk, given that they had been an NVDA-exclusive customer; additionally, firm believes NVDA's new GeForce FX line will ramp more slowly than expected due to low yields on both discrete and board-level products; trims FY04 rev/EPS ests to $1.80 bln/$0.61 from $1.83 bln/$0.63 (consensus $1.82 bln/$0.59). Price target is $11.
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    The MSI/Medion story is not material to our business. We have factored in design wins months in advance.
    We are talking about a minor amount - tiny % of our business. We have 100's of design wins each year, this
    is only one. We ship 10's of millions of parts each year and this will not impact our business.

    We want to win every design win, but for each one we have to do what makes the best business sense for
    Nvidia. In this case all the products that Medion was looking at were on allocation.

    This has no bearing on our relationship with Microstar. (Nvidia)

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