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Leviathan -> GeForce 7 (6/22/2004 6:03:12 AM)

GeForce 7 rumours and speculations.
Post here whatever you hear!

Almanac -> RE: GeForce 7 (6/22/2004 6:17:53 AM)

Some hardware sites estimate that the next GeForce 7 family will exceed the 1 GB memory bus width! It frightens me to calculate the Memory Bandwidth and Pixel Fill Rate values the GeForce 7 is going to have [:o]

Fallen Paladin -> RE: GeForce 7 (6/22/2004 6:30:08 AM)

C'mon don't you have more imagination? Even the GeForce 6 series will soon reach the 1GB memory bus. I'm kinda sure that Nvidia will leave us stunned once again.

Perhaps ATI will win the next match.

emperor -> RE: GeForce 7 (6/22/2004 1:00:36 PM)

Interesting news about Geforce7, how about posting some specs here?

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Leviathan -> RE: GeForce 7 (6/23/2004 3:25:55 AM)

Me too! Let us hope that CDRinfo will satisfy our expectations

Zeratul -> RE: GeForce 7 (6/28/2004 9:19:47 AM)

Hey if the GeForce 6 series have about 1000MHz core clock, what will the core speed of the GeForce 7 be?

Leviathan -> RE: GeForce 7 (6/28/2004 9:22:15 AM)

To be honest I'm afraid to speculate the core speeds of the next VGA beast [:-]

Matthew -> RE: GeForce 7 (7/1/2004 11:01:16 AM)

Aren't they tinkering with a Dual core approach, though dual core has a rather speckled history.

The pinnacle of dual cores (on dual cards) was the 3dFX Voodoo 2 SLI - two cards, PLUS your main graphics, but it ROCKED.

ATI's sole foray into dual core was the ill-fated Rage Fury MAXX - the miserable drivers were a curse they took a long time to recover from.

And of course, there's the multiple core design that saw the end of 3dFX - earlier and not as punishingly expensive, and it might have saved them, instead of just being a historical curiosity.

And finally, making little impact, the Volari duo ... to little, too late, too dear - like many of the promising upstarts threatening to rise against ATI and Nvidia (where did Trident go?), they have promised much, and carried on promising.....

If anyone can make a go of multiple core, it's probably Nvidia - even if they have to cheat on the benchmark and assign the cores in optimum arrangement [:@]

Leviathan -> RE: GeForce 7 (7/8/2004 7:24:09 AM)

It seems that Nvidia has already started the production of its dual processor cards, taking the technology lead once more. I can't wait to the test the upcoming dual processor beast [8D]

Matthew -> RE: GeForce 7 (7/8/2004 5:33:01 PM)

Actually, The report I was remembering was about dual cards, possible with more than one PCI express slot.
Though if they can make dual GPU's work, why not a dual GPU card, to extend the life of the Geforce 6 family.

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Leviathan -> RE: GeForce 7 (7/9/2004 5:45:52 AM)

Yeah me too [8D] I can't wait to put my hands on that babe!

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