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Hardin

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If you are going to include cards like the rage or tnt then you might as well include the 3DFX cards.
 
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Brute Force

Brute Force

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Hardin said:
If you are going to include cards like the rage or tnt then you might as well include the 3DFX cards.


If you can find me where they still sell 3DFX cards I would be more than happy to list them.
 
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Brute Force

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Details on the new cards added:

8600 Ultra: 64 SP, core 500 MHz, memory 1400 MHz, 512 MB, 256-bit, $179
8600 GT: 48 SP, core 350 MHz, memory 1200 MHz, 256 MB, 128-bit, $149
8300 GT: 32 SP, core 500 MHz, memory 1200 MHz, 256 MB, 128-bit, $99
8300 GS: 24 SP, core 500 MHz, memory 1000 MHz, 256 MB, 128-bit, $79
 
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Brute Force

Brute Force

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Updated with X1950 GT:

The cards will be based on a modified version of the 80nm RV570 core used in the existing Radeon X1950 Pro, and they'll be clocked at 500MHz core with a memory speed of 600MHz.


For reference, the Radeon X1950 Pro has a 575MHz core speed and a 690MHz memory speed. The Radeon X1950 GT will supposedly launch at $169, a good 30 bucks cheaper than the Radeon X1950 Pro's launch price. Considering GeForce 7900 GS graphics cards can now be had for less than $160 at some online stores, the X1950 GT could give ATI a better competitor in the sub-$200 segment. Moreover, the upcoming launch of 8800GTS 320MB edition priced between US$299-$349 in mid Feb is sending GeForce 7950 series prices down as manufacturers and distributors are clearing stock ahead of the onslaught of the affordable 8800 cards.
 
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Brute Force

Brute Force

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You know mods it would be a lot easier if you can make this a sticky, it's a pain to search for this thread sometimes when I have to update it.
 
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Brute Force

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Updated with the:

X2800 XL
X2800 XT
X2800 XTX (OEM)
X2800 XTX (Retail)

According to the VR-zone article:

VR-Zone has learned about some new details on 80nm R600 today and there will be 2 SKUs at launch; XTX and XT. There will be 2 versions of R600XTX; one is for OEM/SI and the other for retail. Both feature 1GB DDR4 memories on board but the OEM version is 12.4" long to be exact and the retail is 9.5" long. The above picture shows a 12.4" OEM version. The power consumption of the card is huge at 270W for 12" version and 240W for 9.5" version. As for R600XT, it will have 512MB of GDDR3 memories onboard, 9.5" long and consumes 240W of power. Lastly, there is a cheaper R600XL SKU to be launched at a later date.
 
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Brute Force

Brute Force

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Updated the names of the following cards:

X2800 XL
X2800 XT
X2800 XTX (Retail)
X2800 XTX (OEM)

To the following:

X2900 XL
X2900 XT
X2900 XTX (Retail)
X2900 XTX (OEM)

Along with their respective memories.

Also added the card Bugelman, thank you.
 
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Brute Force

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Added/modified:

8500 into:

8500 GT HDCP
8500 GT non-HDCP

Also removed the 3DFX card, not needed really even as a EBAY seller.
 
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Brute Force

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Updated the 8600 GT:

8600 GT HDCP
8600 GT non-HDCP


It also seems that this generation that the 8600 GTS will be the higher performance model and that the GT comes under it followed by the 8500 GT.