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Old 29th October 2007, 15:45   #2
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anand got it right, this is the 2007 ti 4200
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Old 29th October 2007, 15:50   #3
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nice quote there indeed

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This launch really has the potential to introduce a card that could leave the same lasting impression on the computer industry that the Ti4200 left all those years ago. This kind of inflection point doesn't come along every year, or even every generation. But when architecture, process enhancements, and design decisions line up just right, the potential for a revolutionary product is high.
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Old 29th October 2007, 21:47   #4
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Very amazing... and to think these cards come pre-overclocked to Ultra speeds.

The highest card I have seen so far is the Inno3D 8800GT, which comes with a factory overclock of 700/1680/2000 out of the box.
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Old 29th October 2007, 23:04   #5
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I'm not all that impressed with the price, I am with its performance though and certainly with it showing up at this point in time. I'd have to guess disregarding the marketing reasons I'd say they had a die shrink with cost effectiveness to test out. And there's nothing like the real deal to try that.
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I'm not all that impressed with the price, I am with its performance though and certainly with it showing up at this point in time. I'd have to guess disregarding the marketing reasons I'd say they had a die shrink with cost effectiveness to test out. And there's nothing like the real deal to try that.
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Its got to be a better price than say a 8600GTS, easily more bang per individual buck, even though it costs twice the price.

And you are right... The die shrink is just like Intel, shrink, introduce a new generation, then shrink that... 8800GT @ 65nm should give Nvidia all the info they need to prep the next generation design to use the 65nm node. Can't wait...
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