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    http://www17.tomshardware.com/graphic/20040414/index.html latest release ,no doubt will cost $1000+
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    Looks good, but I hear ATI are planning to spoil NVidia's party by releasing the R420, renamed X800 Pro, 2 weeks before NVidias new chip.

    I sense another graphics war coming on.......

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    competition is always good for the consumer
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    i think toms' estimated $500 release price?

    wait for the 6600, 90% performance at 50% price!
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    competition is always good for the consumer
    Yep, and the king of video can change in an instant. Anyone remember 3Dfx? No better example.
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    https://www.videohelp.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=216921

    Yeah, I already posted an article for the 6800 a little while ago. It promises to be a fantastic card. I can only guess that the drivers that actually get released for it will make it even better when it comes out.

    As for the 6600 it won't be quite 90% of the performance. It's only going to have 75% of the pixel pipes so I'd roughly estimate it to be somewhere between the 9800XT and the 6800. Still a great buy, but I'm done buying middle-of-the-road cards. I did that with my 4400 and 5600 Ultra but now I'm on a high-performance bender.
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