GeForce 6800 Ultra Reviewed...

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  1. Scott L

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    ...and yes, it accelerates WM9 [​IMG]

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    Tom's Hardware | Anandtech

    Finally some real competition for ATi to play catch up again. [​IMG]
     
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    i hope it kicks serious butt. we need the competition. i'm afraid it'll be $500 bucks though.
     
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    Coming soon - the nVidia self-contained nuclear fission powered PSU.
     
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    $500 for the Ultra, $300 for the non-ultra which means $250 on pricewatch. I have a feeling the NU is going to sell like...well well priced, high performing videocards. [​IMG]

    Can't wait to see what the mature drivers will do for the HD encode/decoding.
     
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  6. Scott L

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    X800's finally previewed:
    Tom's Hardware | Anandtech

    In a nutshell they are just about equal, nVidia's 6800 does better in some tests by a tad, and vice versa. For pure image quality with AA and AF turned on the X800 seems to have a slight edge.

    Big difference is the X800 XT will be $100 less than a top of the line 6800u.

    More 6800 pics
     

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