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Originally Posted by digitalduncThis is what I was hoping to see -- now the gloves are off, lets see what AMD has in store with their high end cards (If they can sort out their rumoured fab problems.)
Originally Posted by LizardThe new Fermi Mk II GPU hits all the performance highs we expected from the GeForce GTX 480 1.5GB
Originally Posted by MraedisAhem. ^^
Originally Posted by play_boy_2000no typo
The GTX580 has finally delivered what nvidia promised from the gtx480
Originally Posted by memerootSo this is the card for me to finally upgrade my 9800gx2 (I want 3d so ati not an option)
and it would seem the price is about right also.
Originally Posted by proxessBut will it play Gran Turismo 6 when it's out for PC...?
Originally Posted by AdnoctumSo it has the same cluster sizes as the GTX480, and not the revised GTX460? And it has 512 stream processors? The same number that the GTX480 was supposed to launch with?
It's a "fixed" Fermi! This isn't even an updated Fermi 1.5, like the GTX460. It's what Nvidia promised to deliver A YEAR AGO.
Originally Posted by ArticlePerhaps this layout will change with TSMCs 25nm process, but thats not due until halfway through 2011...
Originally Posted by digitaldunc This is what I was hoping to see -- now the gloves are off, lets see what AMD has in store with their high end cards (If they can sort out their rumoured fab problems.)
Originally Posted by ArticleEven Nvidia sees the 32 layout as a less efficient design, but we suspect that its not possible to get four GPCs (Graphics Processing Clusters) with four SMs each onto a die small enough to actually make if each SM contained 32 stream processors rather than 32.
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