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Old 14th December 2009, 09:14   #1
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Icon17 NVIDIA "Fermi" Benchmarks Leaked? GeForce GTX 360 and 380 Performance Numbers [fake]

The slides reveal internal NVIDIA benchmarks of Far Cry 2, Resident Evil 5 and STALKER Clear Sky. Now this remains speculation, but if the numbers are right, then the future is looking bright and sunny for NVIDIA -- well if they get their pricing and TDP right that is.




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Only if nVidia comes with their own "Eyefinity" and a very competitive price.
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Eyefinity is only for the really rich people ...
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Okay. But it doesn't say anything about DirectX 11, now does it... And Jmke: I hope that's my wastebin you threw that 5970 in
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Fermi is DX11
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Fermi is DX11
Sure, but why didn't they benchmark 'Dirt 2' then, heh? besides, the timestamp doesn't add-up. Judging where NVidia stood, development-wise, taking into account the time needed to re-arrange and adapt the transistors, make a new wafer-iron, in-house testing and in-house manufacturing of test-examples, their first GPU's should have been ready around the end of February, with an ETA for distributors around end of March, start of april... Besides, since when is NVidia lying ahead of schedule?

So, these pics should be taken with a gargantuous pinch of salt. Like, a few metric tons. I'll gladly do a pilgrimage to the Costa-Niks in Veraplu when these pics prove to be accurate
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could be many reasons why they didn't show DIRT2 numbers; these numbers are most likely not real, but it's always fun to speculate on what could be
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The wait continues- this slide is a fake, per NVIDIA.
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Eyefinity is only for the really rich people ...
It all depends on what someone is willing to spend, I guess. A gamer can get 3 23" HD screens for 450, or 3 26" HD IPS display-type screens just shy of 1500. On the other end of the spectrum, there is no limit of course. Starting off with something like 3 Optoma HD20 beamers for 2700, then 4.

So you wouldn't need to be "really rich", just been saving for a while and maybe different priorities.
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