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    News - NVIDIA's unreleased GeForce GTX 460 poses for the camera

    It's so good that NVIDIA has two distinct designs for the GPU, apparently.
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    Re: News - NVIDIA's unreleased GeForce GTX 460 poses for the camera

    looks like it still uses 2 x 6 pin power connectors so if you add all the wattage up the most it should be is 225 (75+75+75)
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    Re: News - NVIDIA's unreleased GeForce GTX 460 poses for the camera

    Looks like it could be a good card even if the naming of the series is getting a bit tight. What going to be next the 450 and 455 just to be real cozy???

    I hope it forces ATI to reduce the prices on there 5850's, its good that amd's making money but any reduction in the price is good for the consumer (me).

    The 5830 is a bag of bile that cant even beat out the 4890 in most tests. They crippled it to far adn will lose badly against the 460. Should have made it 20 rops instead of a crippled 16

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    Re: News - NVIDIA's unreleased GeForce GTX 460 poses for the camera

    > The 5830 is a bag of bile that cant even beat out the 4890 in most tests.
    Dude, the 4890 is supposed to be faster than the 5830. Complaining that the slower card is...slower is silly.

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    Re: News - NVIDIA's unreleased GeForce GTX 460 poses for the camera

    Quote Originally Posted by echn111 View Post
    > The 5830 is a bag of bile that cant even beat out the 4890 in most tests.
    Dude, the 4890 is supposed to be faster than the 5830. Complaining that the slower card is...slower is silly.
    How is it supposed to be slower?? Why make a card with more shaders and vertex processing power slower then the old top of the range card and charge so much for it???

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    Re: News - NVIDIA's unreleased GeForce GTX 460 poses for the camera

    Quote Originally Posted by dfour View Post
    How is it supposed to be slower??
    In AMD numbering schemes the final two digits represent the performance level of the card within a series. So 90 would be at or near the top of the performance scale, while 30 would be at or near the bottom. The jump in performance between series is somewhat variable, in this case the 5800 series is generally faster than the 4800, but not so much that the bottom of the 5800 should be faster than the top of the 4800.

    Why make a card with more shaders and vertex processing power slower then the old top of the range card and charge so much for it???
    The 5830 is infinitely faster than the 4890 in anything that requires dx11. How much would you pay for something that's infinitely faster? But don't forget that the dx11 capable shaders are slower at dx9/10 than the 4890's non-dx11 shaders.

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    Re: News - NVIDIA's unreleased GeForce GTX 460 poses for the camera

    the 5830 needs to come down in price to make it worth while

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