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|7th July 2010, 13:37||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Asus ENGTX465 (GTX-465) Voltage Tweak Edition
With the introduction of the GF100 core (Fermi) we've been seeing cut down variants appearing slowly. First we saw the mighty GTX-480 and were a little set back when instead of 512 Shaders (Cuda Cores) we were told it had 512 Shaders but only 480 were exposed. Then we saw the GTX-470 Variant and it has 448 Shaders. The drop from 480 Shaders to 448 Shaders made it an attractive, more moderately priced variant that offers most of the power of the GTX-480 at a substantially reduced price. Figure GTX-480 runs right at $500 and GTX-470 runs $350 you lose 32 Shader unit's but save $150 at little cost to performance.
Now GTX-465 makes an appearance and it's priced at $280 and has 352 Shaders. So GTX-480 to GTX-470 we lose 32 Shaders and save $150, but GTX-470 to GTX-465 we lose 96 Shaders and save $70. Something is wrong with that price point picture.
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