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1  Software / Games / Re: Shattered Horizon Giveaway on: November 21, 2009, 05:34:36 AM
What can we win?  Shattered Horizon?  Cool, put me in da list. Smiley
2  Hardware / Graphics Cards / Re: R600 uses 240W, Fuad you got it wrong on: May 03, 2007, 09:37:52 PM
Fuad,

Seems like a few people that actually have the cards are reporting it being quiet(quieter than current gen) , cool(70~80 under load) and 200w(default)~225w(overclocked) at max.

Do you have any reply to all this info contrary to yours?

3  Hardware / Graphics Cards / Re: For God Sake, R600 is 65nm! on: April 17, 2007, 07:58:54 AM
When do you think R650 will show it's face?

You're not under NDA, right?  What is the real scores of HD2900XT in 3DMark06 in Vista and in XP at default settings for E6600 2.4 CPU?  If you know and be so kind as to give us your best informational guess. 

Thanks :-)

4  Hardware / Graphics Cards / How will AMD's low/mid cards compare to NVs? on: March 31, 2007, 09:21:34 PM
I read somewhere(can't remember now) that the new NV  8xxx mid and low end cards scored ok in 3DMarks but then performance dropped off significantly when increasing AA and/or resolution in games.  Can someone help find that info, I'm at a loss now. Sad

I know we don't have RV630 performance numbers yet but we got some possible leaked RV610 scores of 21xx in 3DMark I think.  Just wondering how they'll match up. Wink
5  Hardware / Graphics Cards / R600 is not loud on: March 30, 2007, 06:06:37 PM
In your statement here you say ...

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R600 is not louder than the X1950XTX. We can confirm this first hand as we heard it more than once.

It is not loud at least not louder than the Radeon X1950XTX. The big cooler doesn't rotate that fast and keeps the card cool at 800 MHz.

This is a hell of a task but the big cooper part is doing its job. Benchmarking R600 completely doesn’t make any sense as the driver is super immature and a lot of applications are crushing all the time.

The good news is that the super late R600 is not loud.

What does "a lot of applications are crushing all the time" mean? Is this slang? Cheesy  The apps are crashing or what?

6  Hardware / Graphics Cards / Re: R600 (x2900) to launch with a broad range of cards on: March 24, 2007, 06:33:11 PM
Fuad tell us about the R650, is this the 65nm chip?  And is the R600 the 80nm chip?
7  Hardware / Graphics Cards / Re: For God Sake, R600 is 65nm! on: March 16, 2007, 12:46:19 AM
Oh, Don't you have contact with Fudo?  He said he saw the Ruby demo, etc and said the fur looked good.  I just wanted to know what he thought about the whole demo as a whole.  Did it run super smooth?

On a scale from 1 to 10 how imressed was he with the performance of what he saw?  Maybe can ask him next time you speak to him, ok?  Thanks. Smiley
8  Welcome to Fudzilla Forum / General Discussion / Re: Nvidia welcomes fudzilla on: March 09, 2007, 10:16:51 AM
dude the statiscics are crazy Smiley wont tell you numbers but far more then I expected


I think people will visit here alot if..

A) You tell ALL you know about the subjects you write about.
B) Don't holding info back and don't lie.
C) You reply to people's questions on these forums.  (Legit questions at least)

We know info changes and what not, but if you keep us informed I think many people will visit often for the latest info. I would.  Wink

Good luck!
9  Hardware / Graphics Cards / Re: R600 (x2900) to launch with a broad range of cards on: March 09, 2007, 07:57:37 AM
My first post on the 'ol FudZ.  Yes, I am the R300King! at Beyond3D and Rage3D but now I'm R600King!  I thought it appropriate don't ya think?  ;-)

Anyway, I hear talk of the R600 only barely keeping up with the 8800GTX so they're increasing the speed to counter this.  I don't really know if this is true.  I mean how much more speed could they increase it without pushing it to the absolute limit?  And even if they did there would be no room for overclocking much if at all. 

I hope there is another explaination.  Hopefully they moved straight onto the R680 and/or moved to the 65nm processes.  This would make more sense.  And they need all this extra time to pump out wafers.  They did say the 65nm parts are coming out great.  Maybe/hopefully the R600 or the R680 is in with this group.  Probably not, but it would be worth the wait if that was true.

Damn, now I have to change my name to R680King!.  Undecided

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