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|11th April 2007, 13:01||#1|
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Meet AMD's 65nm R600 - the R650
R600 is going to be more affordable than any GPU part after Radeon 9700Pro and 9800Pro. AMD wants to undercut current high-end price bracket by $100-150, so expect an 8800GTX performing part for the price of 8800GTS. This is not all.
|11th April 2007, 16:37||#2|
happy happy, joy joy?
still, wouldn't be good enough for me to justify an upgrade over my 512MB x1800XT
|11th April 2007, 22:50||#3|
Well that was a distinctly positive article? Anyone care to go out on a limb and say 1ghz core clocks on higher-end R650's?
Oh, it's "good enough" for me... I need at least a 512mb card for this size monitor, one that runs Folding@Home like there is no tomorrow, and finally it will put my watercooling setup to some real use. Nothing quite like getting almost 2,000 PPD from a single computer...
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