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    Default 90nm G71 cores up and ready.

    http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=29314

    The G70 core gets a 90nm process core and 32 pipes to become the G71. Hmm, serious troubles ahead for ATI.

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    Holy shit...

    At this rate, we will have a dual core GPU soon.
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    We already have dual chip on one pcb.
    http://www.pricegrabber.com/search_g...terid=15505284

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    Oh wow!!!

    When the componets get to be more powerfull than my desktop system, then the Volvogga cries T-T.
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    Ahhh crap. My system is now officially in the Ice Age

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    My GPU is already faster than my dads comp I also believe that ATI has stuff in the works. They were have tough time getting their last card to market due to manufacturing problems and low chip yields, so that set their whole time frame behind. NVIDIA and Dell are also making a comp with 4 GPUs in it, I dont even think their are game that can use that much power
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark13
    I also believe that ATI has stuff in the works.
    They already released it.
    Dude, you're SLOW.

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    I'm surprised you didn't cite the Dual GTX 512 from the XPS 600 Renegade, Jyuu.
    Also, don't think that pipelines is all that's relevant to performance. NVIDIA is working with a philosophy that states Pipelines and Pixel Shaders should have a 1:1 Ratio, and its new G71 backs that by sporting 32 pipelines and pixel shaders.
    ATI, on the other hand, believes that Pixel Shaders and Pipelines should have a 3:1 ratio, which is manifested in their new R580, which has 16 pipelines and 48 Pixel Shaders. It remains to be seen how the G71 will perform.

    Sorry if the above made no sense, but I need SLEEP.

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    The Renegade is a steaming pile of shit.
    If you can game at 1600x1200 @ 75fps with only one GTX 512, why do you need 4?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jyuu
    The Renegade is a steaming pile of shit.
    If you can game at 1600x1200 @ 75fps with only one GTX 512, why do you need 4?
    Well if you have to have the absolute best...
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