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    Sorry to say r-dude that I ain't waiting for NV30 anymore. It's either 9700/9800 or NV35 for me.


    I have a way strong feeling that the NV30 is going to be the much talked about black sheep of the nVidia family. Poor card, poor drivers, etc...

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    ...or the R400 for me. Mmmmm... it does go well with the chicken. ;)
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    I aint waitin for one i just want to test one.:D But yer 9600 for me i think not quite enough money for a top end card:rolleyes:
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    There are some rumors that the 9600 will be slower than the 9500. But again, thats just rumors.

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    Smokey is right. According to speculation, it's going to be about the speed of a 9000, prolly a tad faster. I guess the real benefit then, would be DX9 support in hardware, and other more advanced visual engine features... peace...
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    Doesn't 9500/9700 already have DX9 in hardware?

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    Quote Originally Posted by revenant
    ...or the R400 for me. Mmmmm... it does go well with the chicken. ;)
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    Yep the 9700 and 9500 have the same features as the 9800 and 9600 there just ment to be faster. But the 9600 is lacking the 8 pipe line architecture of the 9500 so wot the true outcome will be is unknown:confused:
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    IBM and NVIDIA today announced the two companies have formed a multi-year strategic alliance under which IBM will manufacture NVIDIA's next-generation GeForce graphics processor units (GPUs).

    As part of the agreement, NVIDIA will gain access to IBM's comprehensive suite of foundry services and leading-edge manufacturing technologies, including power-efficient copper wiring, and a roadmap that leads to 65nm (nanometer; a billionth of a meter) in the next several years, giving the company the necessary tools to advance its state-of-the-art GPUs.

    IBM plans to begin manufacturing the next-generation GeForce graphics processor this summer at IBM's state-of-the-art 300mm plant in East Fishkill, N.Y. The new IBM $2.5 billion chip-making facility combines, for the first time anywhere, IBM chip-making breakthroughs such as copper interconnects, silicon-on-insulator (SOI) transistors and low-k dielectric insulation on 300mm wafers. The new facility began operation last year, and will ramp up in capacity throughout 2003.

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    At last some good news from Nvidia, with access to these advanced manufacturing technologies, the NV35 should be free of the overheating problems that have plagued the NV30.

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    Ahhhh.. the plot thickens! Good move on Nvidia's part, very good move. :)
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