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Old 02-24-10, 02:43 PM   #121
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i think i SHOULD have a working Fermi card
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Old 02-24-10, 03:27 PM   #122
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i think i SHOULD have a working Fermi card

We'll see in a month i guess..Cross your fingers andd hope for the best.
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Old 02-24-10, 03:37 PM   #123
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CeBIT Home doesn't exist any more and the CeBIT is actually not meant to be a consumer tradeshow. Although there are always some multimedia shows and events for consumers, it is mainly focused on professionals and contractors. Some even say the expo is dead. Many big companies have not been there last year (the number of exhibitors decreased by more than 25%, four pavilions less were in use as compared to 2008), some are coming back this year (like AMD). I have been there last year and it would definitely not have been a great place for a Fermi (or any other highly anticipated) presentation.

I can't say how it's been in the past couple of years,but it was one of the largest shows,along with CES of course,for showing new products,which both ATI and Nvidia released new/refresh products over the last decade in either show many times in the past.


Granted a LAN show like PDX is likely more focused towards gamers,but it having the media coverage and attendance in terms of people actually visiting it can't be even close to shows like CES at least,even if Cebit is going downhill these last 2 years.


Anyone who was interested in Fermi or high end cards in general,saw the videos of it online,which originated from the CES show,and i'm sure Nvidia would have loved to launch the product then and there.
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i meant i should have a free one now cos im a nvidia fanboy! :P
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Old 02-24-10, 06:19 PM   #125
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Once we are issued our Nvidia mankinis so we can make the pictures of us wearing them our avatars, peace will again prevail. Fear not young Rollo. I am not sure why people are getting so tweaked but I have found when people get pissed at me (which the often do) I need to go back and read my posts in a different mindset. Often I find I did not 'mean' to come across as I did. Internet posting is a handicapped form of communication as non-verbal communication is totally left out (which is why I use WAY out there humor and pictures to compensate for this shortcoming). Well, I am also compensating for a lack of other things but we will not discuss those issues here.
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Nvidia is dead right now just deal with it
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Old 02-24-10, 09:56 PM   #127
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Nvidia is dead right now just deal with it
lol ,you wouldn't be stirring the pot now would you ?

Tho I see no way in which Nvidia are dead I surely enjoyed reading your opinion.Seems to me they gained market share on ATI during their DX11 absence but maybe you know something I do not.
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hey, wheres my popcorn ill join you top3koms. ill take the red team
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Nvidia is dead right now just deal with it
Heh, I bet AMD/ATi wish they were as "dead" as NVIDIA. Must be frustrating for them losing the marketshare struggle year in year out, even when they have better products.

Technically the only reason anyone would have had to buy a NVIDIA desktop card in Q4 09 is the features. (PhysX, 3dVision, CUDA)

ATi had high end DX11 out, and lower priced/similar performing DX10.1 out- and STILL lost market to NVIDIA's more expensive DX10 cards.

Personally I believe all NVIDIA has to do is match the HD5XXX series to beat ATi in sales. I think if they beat ATi, it won't be pretty.
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the things I read on theses forums

Heh,found this at VR-zone as ATI's reply to the GTX 480 as soon as it launches.


http://vr-zone.com/forums/565070/amd...tom-5970s.html


Custom designed HD5970's running at 850/1200 using custom coolers,but this time,having 4GB of GDDR 5 onboard(2GB per GPU basically).








Picture of the cooler and the projected increases over the stock HD5970 card.
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