Originally Posted by erocker
It's been going back and forth ever since Nvidia bought out 3dfx. And untill a new player enters the game, that's the way it is. Plus, I don't want to be stuck beta testing a piece of hardware that I pay for. I wouldn't be suprised if cards like the 98whatever GX2 don't get pushed back even further. Nvidia has never made a succesful multi-gpu card. Nvidia needs to start working with 45nm or smaller to stay ahead of the game, and judging by their newest hot as heck running chipsets, they are failing. But, again that's the way things happen. ATi had it's 9800, Nvidia has it's 8800, so what great card is next? We wont really know unitll R700 and G100. Even then, as history suggests, it may take another generation or two of cards, to have a product that blows people away.
well until those aweseome cards come out, we still get to choose the best of whats available now.
between the 3850 and the 8800GT, theres enough options for everyone