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NVIDIA Preparing First Fermi-Derivative Performance GPU, GF104

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Mar 26, 2010.

  1. Imsochobo New Member

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    GF100 DIE.

    50% or maybe less, i dunno how much the 2x float takes of space. but i reccon its roughly around 270-330 nm.

    Ati has 334 NM for 5870.

    GTX285 has ~484

    Estimate suggests its a fairly high production cost for the performance.

    The question will remain, is the GPGPU stuff that nvidia taunts the big deal, or wont it be much use for us.

    Surely, they HAVE to do something, cause they are getting well, smashed between AMD and Intel, both making ONdie NB, SB, GPU.
    Making Nvidia chipset with IGP obsolute!
    Nvidia chipsets all in all.

    Thats huuuge incomes, immagine, Only high end laptops would have nvidia, thats just about 20% ? ouch...
    Nvidia's GPGPU (Tesla) really is a great income source!

    Will it affect us costumers, design cost for two seperate designs really isnt worth it either.(archs)

    Really no hard fact on the die size, estimates, but well, atleast 260mm^2. unless nvidia has a magic way to shrink the size of a cuda core.
     
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    here is other transformer

    8800GT :shadedshu,9800GT :wtf:,GTS 250 :twitch:, GTS450 :(
     
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    Ok i love this comments.

    Someone said there was a chain of evolving like this

    8800gt with 112stream processors
    9800gt with 112stream processors
    gts 250 with 128stream processors
    gts 450 with 256stream processors.

    Now you realize a 450 is twice as fast as a 250 and 3 times faster then a 8800gt.

    No were near for comparison.

    Also looks like nvidia's cards are going to have 512stream processors as it states in the graph and wont have anything disabled. O no, O no.........

    Looks like the whole 400 series might be faster then expected, but im still not see'ing anything yet its the 26th. Is there something wrong rawr!!!!!
     
  4. Steevo

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    What happens when these require large coolers that add cost for minimal gain?
     
    10 Million points folded for TPU
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    How about the 4850?

    nvidia's AIBs will slap crappy coolers on to reduce cost. ;)
    Just like those overheating 9800GTs :laugh:
     
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    GeForce GTS 450 might be interesting if they catch the right performance/price ratio like it was with nearly all NVIDIA cards back in it's glory days (Ti4200, 6600, 7600, 8800GT, 9800GTX+, GTS250 etc). I just hope they won't cripple it the way they did 8500/8600 series...
     
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    Dumb question, but what is this about?
    Low to mid range non power connector nvidia dx11 cards?
     
  8. Super XP

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    Seeing how you can roast a PIG on top of a GTX 480 while gaming, I would say yes but they should suck back more power than ATI's equivalent.
     
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    The 4850 was a performance oriented card when it was released, like the 5850 is now (and the 3850 before it). The 4650 or 4770 would the be mainstream version of the 4850, which were both 128-bit.
     
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    Are you absolutely sure, they wont rename the 8800GT this time also?!?!??
     
  11. entropy13

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    That's what the 300 series is for.
     
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    Good, that is what i am looking for this summer, planning to buy a dx11 nvidia card, mid range at best :)
     

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