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K007
04-08-08, 05:21 AM
Really....i think leadtek is hiding something....

SLippe
04-08-08, 05:27 AM
(popcorn)

r2d2d3d4d5
04-08-08, 06:06 AM
I - think the aliens (who for obvious reasons I'm not going to name) must be afraid of the damage we can do to their intergalactic transdimensional mothership if we had 512bit 9800GTXs and leaned on nVidia. I could be wrong though.

Uberpwnage
04-08-08, 06:09 AM
I - think the aliens (who for obvious reasons I'm not going to name) must be afraid of the damage we can do to their intergalactic transdimensional mothership if we had 512bit 9800GTXs and leaned on nVidia. I could be wrong though.
QFT, it's like theres some invisible barrier preventing us from getting and keeping higher bus speeds :thumbdwn:

Absolution
04-08-08, 06:09 AM
thats quite a typo. . .

I only wish we had 512bit memory interfaces!

CaptNKILL
04-08-08, 06:26 AM
Well damn, before you know it we'll have cards with 10x the memory bandwidth and processing power of current cards running in quad SLI... with 512Mb of available memory. :headexplode:

amk21
04-08-08, 01:47 PM
Well damn, before you know it we'll have cards with 10x the memory bandwidth and processing power of current cards running in quad SLI... with 512Mb of available memory. :headexplode:
Next gen specs(my prediction)

256mb gddr3
1024bit bus

4Aces
04-08-08, 01:49 PM
Leadtek closed their US office, personally I wouldn't buy any of their products, rma's would be a b1tch. Pretty soon they'll be like gainward and albatron, non existant in the US

amk21
04-08-08, 01:54 PM
Leadtek closed their US office, personally I wouldn't buy any of their products, rma's would be a b1tch. Pretty soon they'll be like gainward and albatron, non existant in the US
They have virtually no market share in the us, with EVGA, XFX, and BFG dominance.

K007
04-08-08, 04:46 PM
I <3 Leadtek. They helped me with getting a resolution for the 7900GTX fiasco created by nvidia.

Leadtek/Gigabyte are very popular card choices for Australia.

NoWayDude
04-08-08, 06:40 PM
Leadteck is very reliable in my neck of the wood.
Shame the e-tailers having such an high premium for their cards

Revs
04-08-08, 06:45 PM
Always liked Leadtek, too. A little slow to release cards sometimes though.

I - think the aliens (who for obvious reasons I'm not going to name) must be afraid of the damage we can do to their intergalactic transdimensional mothership if we had 512bit 9800GTXs and leaned on nVidia. I could be wrong though.

:bleh: