NVidia is back in force! 6800 Reviews up

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  1. Jackie Treehorn

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    Hardware Analysis

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    Anand's should be up this evening. Skip Hardocp's, their's is done all subjectively.

    In short: This thing smokes. Kudos to Nvidia. Now, we just wait for ATI's next gen part. Due in a week or two I believe.

    Down with the haters.
     
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    :cool: thing is a beast :eek3:
     
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    It looks like a nice card. I was just reading about it on videogames.com. However, I don't think I'm ready to shell out $500 for ONE hardware component, especially since my ti 4600 is still playing games just fine. It will be interesting to see what ATI comes up with in response.
     
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    I was configuring a computer on Alienware w/ that card and they changed the price of it out of nowhere from + $70 of the next best card to + $194.....I noticed my total price had jumped considerably.... what the heck is up with that??? :rant2:
     
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    that thing is godlike. its about time they get back in the game.
     
  7. Jackie Treehorn

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    The thing is ridiculously expensive, and sucks power like no other, but damn it's a beast.

    The non-ultra version of it (the 6800) should make a good sane alternative, and $200 cheaper.
     

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