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NVIDIA G92 Card is Nine Inches Long

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  1. JacKz5o New Member

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    VR-Zone has learned that the G92 reference card is to be the same length as the GeForce 8800GTS measuring in at nine inches long. The PCB version is P393 and will have 1ns DDR3 memory arranged in a 16MBx32x8PCS array. The card will output HDTV, HDCP, DVI, but no display port has been mentioned yet.

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    nice that the cards aren't getting longer.If they were you would have a big ass case to fit them.Any mid tower case should fit one of those cards. :toast:
     
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    In a few words the card is what we have all expected for the past 3 months.
    The only thing we dont know is the final price and the final cooling solutions NVIDIA will use and i guess we wont know until it gets released :(
     
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    Don't worry, the price is going to be around $450 to $600 :p . They did a good job keeping the 8800 cooling of its own capability. Of course if you're going to OC it, that's another story of keeping it cooler.
     
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    Any time line on release date?
     
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    I will wait than and save money before i go and buy Vista and DX 10 also a new mobo.Just think i was going to get a 8800GTS in about a month that would have pissed me off.
     
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    i want to know that also.
     
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    ummm...

    It should cost much less then $450. The G92 is a midrange card so I would guess maybe $200-250.
     
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    Well we expect the cards to debut in late octomber early november but nobody really knows the exact price nor the exact cooling solution these cards will have. My guess is it will be better than the 8800 solution but not very different.
     
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    Should fit in just about all the cases out there today.
     
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    It would be cool if it is Gonna have a tri slot cooler for the Video card.:rockout:
     
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    That would be real heavy if the HSF was all copper :eek:
     
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    No it wouldn't.
     
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    My card is 9.5 inches long. Yes, it had to be said.
     
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    tri-slot cooler lol in that case, your sound card (and maybe the dial-up modem) will have to go :p
     
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    well thats no good for my electronical phallus (read epene)
     
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    Why is it called the G92 when its crap compared to the 8800's?
     
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    The G92 will come in low, medium and high end configurations.
     
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    so the G92 can be mid-end card with med-config and it also can be high-end card with high-config.....? right?
     
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    Well so far we knew that the G92 will be the 9800 series. Lately we learned that Nvidia will also launch the G92 in a GPU that will be a lot slower than the 8800GTS. Not to mention that Nvidia is launching the G98 which rumors say that will be only a bit slower than the 8800GTS. Until Nvidia launches their new GPUs we cant really say anything conclusive.
    However yes in Theory the G92 could form the low , medium and High end 9XXX Series just like what happened with the G80 and the 8800 Series ( GTS - GTX - ULTRA ).
     
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    My dick is bigger.
     
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    Isn't there supposed to be an 8800GT??
     
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    @ casheti,and your palms are smooth:laugh:
     
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    Unfortunately I was lying :(

    We're not all gifted...
     
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    This isn't general nonsense. This is the news section which is linked directly to the front page.
    Quit spamming pointless posts.
     
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