Upcomin AMD DirectX 11 graphivs card...

xhadelk

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im thinking about building new gaming rig, but now im not sure if its the right timing...
little help?

any idea on the possible pricing or any other info on the card would be great...

thnx 4 ur input...
 

Jaysin

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News should slowly trickle out leading up to the rumored 24th of Sept launch. I'd expect them to be inline with your typical launch cards but specifics aren't being waved around yet.
 
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http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=tr&u=http://www.donanimhaber.com/ATi_HD_5870_GeForce_GTX_285ten__ucuz_olacak-15397.htm&ei=MQOTSq6iK5H8tQP5ydTbDw&sa=X&oi=translate&resnum=1&ct=result&prev=/search%3Fq%3Ddonanim%2Bhaber%2BATi%2B5870%2BGTX%2B285%2Bten%2Bdaha%2Bucuz%2Bolacak%2B15397%26hl%3Den

If these rumored prices are true, theres no reason NOT to buy one
 
Carbon copy.
Whats interesting is, on other forums people are again discounting the 5xxx series perf, saying that with this pricing, it cant be much.
I'll comment here, that this was the same response when the 4xxx series arrived, but people were just conditioned to nVidia outragious pricing.
Its also the saem, or close as the 3xxx series was, and the rumored perf on the 5xxx series seems to be a bit higher than the 3xxx vs 4xxx jump was
So, its very possible, as ATI was after marketshare last time, which theyve gained, but couldnt quite shake off the G92 series in lower end market slots
This time around, there wont be any, at least until nVidia releases a 40nm G200 alternative, which wont have the cheaper advantages of the G92s, and will make it very hard for nVidia to compete in the overall price perf game
 
To the OP,

What is your Goal?

If it is to have a budget gaming machine I would say buy now. The selection and prices have never been better.

If your goal is to have a real firebreather with the latest cutting edge technology then I would say wait for the DX11 cards to come out.

But then again it never hurts to wait. I think we are like T-minus 20 days and counting to the release of ATI's DX 11 cards which I can only assume will be the HD58XX series.