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prodikal
06-09-03, 10:32 PM
for those that dont like Hard ocp dont read further lol. They have the pick of a Gainward 5900 Non Ultra showin clock as GPU=400 and Memory = 850 woohoo!!
Check it out http://www.hardocp.com/image.html?image=MTA1NTE4NTk3M0VuMXhvbUR0a2xfMV8xX 2wuZ2lm

stncttr908
06-09-03, 10:52 PM
That should be some kickarse performance for a lower price tag.

Gator
06-10-03, 06:18 AM
If it still has the 256bit memory bus but at a more reseaonable pricetag than it could become Nvidia's key to new success. The question is, what's a reasonable price in their opinion? :rolleyes:

Side note: ATI has the R9700NP for around $200us... that's 256bit bus for very little money...
talk about stiff competition :firedevil

pgn.inertia
06-10-03, 08:23 AM
Pricing on NV35 was made publiv right away on launch:

GeForceFX 5900 Ultra: $ 499
GeForceFX 5900: $ 399
GeForceFX 5900 Value: $ 299

Serious pricing?; I leave that to you...

EMunEeE
06-10-03, 08:45 AM
Originally posted by pgn.inertia
Pricing on NV35 was made publiv right away on launch:

GeForceFX 5900 Ultra: $ 499
GeForceFX 5900: $ 399
GeForceFX 5900 Value: $ 299

Serious pricing?; I leave that to you...

What are the specs of the 5900 Value?

Geforce4ti4200
06-10-03, 10:44 AM
the fx 5900 value migh be the only good value, but both have 128 megs, only the $500 has 256. I think the radeon9700 pro would be faster still.

Spiritwalker
06-10-03, 11:27 AM
The 5900Value is also expected to only have a 128bit bus and not the 256bit bus of the higher two models. This would make it the 9500 of the nV line.

sebazve
06-10-03, 11:54 AM
Originally posted by pgn.inertia
Pricing on NV35 was made publiv right away on launch:

GeForceFX 5900 Ultra: $ 499
GeForceFX 5900: $ 399
GeForceFX 5900 Value: $ 299

Serious pricing?; I leave that to you...

so the 5800 is gone for good?

:confused:

pgn.inertia
06-10-03, 11:56 AM
Originally posted by sebazve
so the 5800 is gone for good?

:confused:

Of course, NV35 replaces NV30 completely ...

Though you may still be able to find some NV30 products in stores...

StealthHawk
06-10-03, 03:56 PM
Originally posted by sebazve
so the 5800 is gone for good?

:confused:

Yes, and good riddance :p

Geforce4ti4200
06-14-03, 01:51 PM
Originally posted by Spiritwalker
The 5900Value is also expected to only have a 128bit bus and not the 256bit bus of the higher two models. This would make it the 9500 of the nV line.



appearently the 5900 value isnt a good value after all and probably matches the fx5800 non ultra or ti4600 :mad:

Quint
06-14-03, 04:17 PM
"Gainward 5900 Non Ultra showin clock as GPU=400 and Memory = 850 woohoo!!"

...so thats a good thing right?

~Q~

prodikal
06-14-03, 05:57 PM
Hey Quint do you play mohaa with the name ~Q~ or somethin?

Quint
06-14-03, 06:07 PM
...used to, before BF1942 came out.

~Q~

Placid
06-14-03, 08:50 PM
So the card makers are gutting the performance on the non ultras by reducing the memory/gpu speeds.

Wonder why I thought the only difference was supposed to be 128mb-256mb memory.

Msi ultra is 450/850, non ultra 400/800 what a jip.

When places start doing reviews of these production cards and compairing them with the 9800pro 128mb nvidia is going to look bad.

Martrox
06-15-03, 02:53 PM
Originally posted by Placid
So the card makers are gutting the performance on the non ultras by reducing the memory/gpu speeds.

Wonder why I thought the only difference was supposed to be 128mb-256mb memory.

Msi ultra is 450/850, non ultra 400/800 what a jip.

When places start doing reviews of these production cards and compairing them with the 9800pro 128mb nvidia is going to look bad.

Check out UKGamers review...

http://www.ukgamer.com/article.php4?id=3&page=1

And yes, the 5900 standard gets beat by the 9800Pro... AND the 9700Pro!!!!! Pretty sad.....

Dazz
06-15-03, 03:13 PM
It's only 1.6GB/sec bandwith diffrence.

Placid
06-16-03, 08:46 AM
What about the 50mhz gpu clock?