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    Here's the first pictures of Nvidia's new Geforce FX 5600 (NV31) reference card.
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    Here are some pictures of Leadtek's new WinFast A300TD graphics card.

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    The most powerful graphics board of the series; the Gainward FX PowerPack! Model Ultra/1000 Plus “Golden Sample”TM features NVIDIA’s fastest GeForce FX 5800 Ultra and is priced at €649 incl. VAT. The Gainward FX PowerPack! Model Ultra/800 Plus “Golden Sample”TM is based on the NVIDIA GeForce FX 5800 priced at €549 incl. VAT.

    The Gainward FX PowerPack! Model Ultra/1000 Plus “Golden Sample”TM takes the graphics environment to a completely new level. Running at 500 (Plus) MHz core clock speed and 1 (Plus) GHz DDR-II memory speed, the Gainward FX PowerPack! Model Ultra/1000 Plus “Golden Sample”TM is powered by pure adrenaline, delivering unprecedented 3D graphics performance to the PC platform. To further improve the versatility and gaming experience the Gainward FX PowerPack! Model Ultra/1000 Plus “Golden Sample”TM is bundled with a digital video-in IEEE 1394 FireWire daughter card, a high quality 5.1 sound card with both stereo output and optical SP/DIF output connectors, plus a variety of hot 3D games. All of Gainward’s FX PowerPack! products feature a radical new design of cooling system delivering maximum performance and incredibly low noise levels.

    The Gainward FX PowerPack! Model Ultra/780 XP “Golden Sample”TM features the FX 5600 Ultra GPU and 256MB of 2.5ns DDR. The board offers a complete set of added value features including video-in/out, two DVI connectors and two VGA connectors for any dual monitor application. The street price is expected to be €499 with 256MB and € 449 with 128MB.

    The Gainward FX PowerPack! Model Pro/660 TV-DVI makes cinematic computing available for the mainstream market. Featuring the FX 5200 GPU and 128MB of fast DDR the street price is expected to be less than € 100. The board offers an appealing set of added value features including video-out, a DVI connector with a DVI/VGA adapter plus an additional VGA connector for dual monitor application.

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    From the back, the Leadtek looks almost like a thin CDrom drive. ;) I still like the looks of the Chaintech one the best. The ApogEE if memory serves. :)
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    :wow: Now thats some extreme cooling on that winfast sheesh two fann, now that must sound like a vaccum.:rofl:
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    it looks good to bad the price just doest = the performance. i was looking forward to the FX but theres no way im paying 400 dollers for a card that is bigger puts out more noise and only a little perfor gain they better do good with the next card ill be waiting for it but im gona have to say im sticking with my ati AND NO IM NOT A ATI FANBOY i had all the voodoos and its been NV from there thats why i want them to push the next card well thats just me
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    Well, you get what you pay for in this world. Pick up a Radeon 9800 when they hit the streets, it's gonna be "the one". :) IMHO.
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    i might but might wait for price to go down a bit my 9700pro is good for now
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    If you're using a 9700 Pro now, then there's clearly no point in upgrading to the NV30, but I would suggest that you wait
    until more information is available on the NV35 before upgrading to the 9800 Pro. Early details suggest that the NV35 chipset
    is in the late stages of development, and offers 2x the efficiency of the NV30 GPU (not 2x faster). For example where the
    NV30 can render one Dawn in realtime, the NV35 can render four (see attachment).

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    Here's an artists image of the new Triplex Millenium Silver Geforce FX 5800 Ultra, nothing new here, Nvidia's reference design,
    including FX Flow cooler, Triplex's trademark silver PCB, and packaging. (Please don't ask me why it say's Geforce 4 on the case)

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