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Thursday, 05 August 2010 10:10

Alleged GF106 gets pixellized

Written by Slobodan Simic
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GTS 450 GPU

Zol.com.cn has managed to score a picture of the GF106 GPU. In addition to the picture, Zol.com.cn shed some more rumours regarding the upcoming cards based on this GPU.

The pixellized GPU bears GF106-250-KA-A1 marking and it looks like that this one will be used on GTS 450, GTS 445 and GTS 440 cards. As noted before, the card will feature 1GB of GDDR5 memory paired up with a 128-bit memory interface and should cost around US $150. The size of the GPU is somewhere around 15.2 to 15.7mm.

The price and the estimated performance put the GTS 450 in a direct competition with the HD 5770, the card that is quite happily selling for quite some time. According to the same source, the GTS 450 will not have a reference design so we will see a lot of different cards on the market as AIC partners will definitely go for their own cooling solutions and PCB designs as soon as they get the green light to launch this card.

According to the latest rumours, the GF106 is delayed to September 12. You can find more details here.

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+33 #1 Alexko 2010-08-05 10:55
"According to the latest rumours, the GF106 is delayed to September 12."

Well it wouldn't really be an NVIDIA GPU if it were on time, now, would it? :P

"The size of the GPU is somewhere around 15.2 to 15.7mm.

In other words 231 to 246,5mm², compared to 170mm² for Juniper (HD 5770).
 
 
+10 #2 P1n3apqlExpr3ss 2010-08-05 10:58
Hmmm... nvidia is cutting it pretty fine when it comes to profit margins or ATIs got massive margins... hopefully the latter so ATI cuts prices by at least 10$ if this is as competitive as GF104
 
 
+10 #3 thaad 2010-08-05 11:36
Once this come out...
HD6000 series will cleanup the dust!!!
+++ ATI will go thru price war over Nvidia!!
 
 
+14 #4 pogsnet 2010-08-05 14:44
Too many delays... do they know, their profits are delayed too?

Maybe I will ask Fuad ^_^
 
 
-35 #5 SiliconDoc 2010-08-05 17:27
Quoting P1n3apqlExpr3ss:
Hmmm... nvidia is cutting it pretty fine when it comes to profit margins or ATIs got massive margins... hopefully the latter so ATI cuts prices by at least 10$ if this is as competitive as GF104


NICE PIPE DREAM RED ROOSTER !

" in $1.65 billion in revenue -- a record for the second quarter! Now, the bad news: the company still lost money... with a net loss of $43 million. The second quarter of 2009, it lost $330 million net. What changed? Sales of graphics hardware in particular, up eight percent over last quarter"

STILL THE RED ROOSTER IS IN THE RED. DREAM ON LOSERS! YOU CANNOT PAY ENOUGH FOR A RED ROOSTER CARD FOR THEM TO MAKE A PROFIT AND YOU STILL DEMAND LOWER PRICES!
 
 
+11 #6 blandead 2010-08-05 19:47
@SiliconDoc

Mar 27, 2010
Gross Profit 741,000
Net Income 257,000

This isn't due to the billion Intel gave them either that was Dec 26, 2009. So I do believe something has indeed changed.
 
 
-17 #7 SiliconDoc 2010-08-06 05:38
Quoting blandead:
@SiliconDoc

Mar 27, 2010
Gross Profit 741,000
Net Income 257,000
So I do believe something has indeed changed.


Nothing has changed, your brain works as poorly as usual, and your data is mindless dribble.
" Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) this evening reported Q2 sales ahead of estimates but a much-deeper-than-expected net loss and a disappointing Q3 outlook.
AMD shares were down 48 cents, or 12%, at $3.60 after falling 2% during the regular session."

LOSERS AS USUAL. :D
 
 
+6 #8 Kshader 2010-08-06 07:40
Quoting SiliconDoc:
Nothing has changed...


What you mean is since your Q2 quote from June 2009.
Not this year's Q2.

Looks like it's your brain that's working poorly. :o

AMD stock has more than doubled since that time and is closer to it's 52 week high while NVIDIA is closer to it's 52week low. Just last week AMD had a higher market cap for the first time since buying ATI. Probably all those profits at AMD and all those loses at NVIDIA. Making all those big chips to compete with AMD's little ones is obviously losing them money as well as market share which is also lower than AMD for the first time in a long time.
And missing the back to school time for this card isn't going to help things at all.
 
 
+5 #9 Bl0bb3r 2010-08-06 12:00
Don't feed the trolls!

Let him just evaporate!
 
 
-11 #10 SiliconDoc 2010-08-06 19:11
THE LAIRS NEVER STOP SPINNING ! DOESN'T MATTER WHAT QUARTER OR YEAR IS PICKED! IT'S STILL A LOSS FOR AMD!

" but it still had a net loss for the period ... In other words, AMD would have made money in the quarter were it not for a $120 million equity loss ...

The GAAP net loss was $43 million, or 6 cents per share, compared with a loss of $330 million, or 49 cents a share a year ago....

THIS YEAR , LAST YEAR, YOU PICK THE YEAR, AMD LOST MONEY YOU LYING TROLLING IDIOTS!
 

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