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ryan29121
02-02-08, 08:18 PM
Im getting really impatient for these new cards. Im just wondering if the new Nvidia cards are still due this month? ATI finally pushed past the 8800ultra with their new 3870 x2 release. Nvidia needs to release these new ones to once again beat ATI. Sorry if this is a repost. With the countless threads out there, im sure it is. Thanks for the help.

Amuro
02-02-08, 08:59 PM
March I think.

JasonPC
02-02-08, 09:24 PM
I'm failing to see how ATI pushed past the 8800 ultra.

ATOJAR
02-03-08, 12:42 AM
ATI finally pushed past the 8800ultra with their new 3870 x2 release.


From the benchies ive seen the 3870 x2 is only around par with the Ultra!

Atarion
02-03-08, 04:40 AM
Maybe he means that they have pushed by Nvidia on a price/performance basis........if he does, then he's right.

RaidenWoW
02-03-08, 05:50 AM
"Is the new flagship nvidias still due this month?"

There's a subject-verb disagreement there...

It should be "Are the new flagship nvidias still due this month?"

If you think about it, the "nvidia cards are due this month" sounds right. "nvidia cards is due this month" does not.

Lfctony
02-03-08, 06:38 AM
"Is the new flagship nvidias still due this month?"

There's a subject-verb disagreement there...

It should be "Are the new flagship nvidias still due this month?"

If you think about it, the "nvidia cards are due this month" sounds right. "nvidia cards is due this month" does not.

You have way too much free time mate...

dxx
02-03-08, 07:43 AM
You have way too much free time mate...


"Posts: 2603"

mezkal
02-03-08, 07:57 AM
There's a subject-verb disagreement there...


Teaching people the proper use of correct grammar on forums is a particularly pointless exercise.

ryan29121
02-03-08, 02:36 PM
"Is the new flagship nvidias still due this month?"

There's a subject-verb disagreement there...

It should be "Are the new flagship nvidias still due this month?"

If you think about it, the "nvidia cards are due this month" sounds right. "nvidia cards is due this month" does not.

Thanks for the English lesson

Yeah, i meant price / performance ratio for the comparison. 8800ultras still remain at a $700 while the 3870 x2 is only $450. Benches look the same.

Zapablast05
02-03-08, 03:04 PM
Teaching people the proper use of correct grammar on forums is a particularly pointless exercise.

My grammer syntax not good here enough? Speeling dosent kaount yther.

Lenin
02-03-08, 03:55 PM
The only card that will be pretty surely released this month is 9600gt.
The gx2 will still take some time, and will probably also be quite some bit more expensive than the 3870x2. Other, really new cards won't come before summer at the soonest.

Blacklash
02-03-08, 04:41 PM
The thing is you can get a 8800GTX for 395 with rebate @ Newegg. You can overclock that card. It would be great for very high res and in DX10.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814143080

If you are @ 1920x and use medium filtering a 8800GTS 512Mb is all you need and you could even get away with an 8800GT.

http://www.driverheaven.net/reviews/8800GTs/index.php

amk21
02-03-08, 07:54 PM
Looks like a possible 9600gt launch this month, and the 9800gx2 and 9800gt, late february, most likely early march. I am basing this of of a fudzilla article, and an inquirer article, so not exactly the most reliable sources, but they seem to agree.

arfett
02-07-08, 01:01 AM
Teaching people the proper use of correct grammar on forums is a particularly pointless exercise.

I think what was bothersome to him, and myself, is that no red flags went off in his head when he was typing that which would have alerted him to the fact that his grammar was crappy. The fact that it sounded proper to him in his head shows the failing of our school systems and the willingness of people to fail and be stupid. I can't tell you how many times I was in high school and heard people laughing about how they failed their tests only to be met by a reply of laughter and something along the lines of, "LOL ME TOO KEKEKE."

hazindu
02-07-08, 09:22 AM
"Is the new flagship nvidias still due this month?"

There's a subject-verb disagreement there...

It should be "Are the new flagship nvidias still due this month?"

If you think about it, the "nvidia cards are due this month" sounds right. "nvidia cards is due this month" does not.I would've gone with, "Is the new flagship from Nvidia still due this month?" or better yet, "Is Nvidia's flagship still due this month?"

Unless we are expecting more than one flagship, 'is' is correct.

flagship is...
flagships are...

OBR
02-07-08, 10:23 AM
GX2 was showed before some weeks in Munchen/Germany ... but only for Chosen Ones! Official launch will be at CeBIT next month, at retail shops maybe in 4/08!

Kemo
02-07-08, 03:44 PM
"Is the new flagship nvidias still due this month?"

There's a subject-verb disagreement there...

It should be "Are the new flagship nvidias still due this month?"

If you think about it, the "nvidia cards are due this month" sounds right. "nvidia cards is due this month" does not.

thanks 4 dee inglich lehshun haha

Zapablast05
02-07-08, 07:38 PM
I can't tell you how many times I was in high school and..

Exactly how many times were you in high school?