Like me, maybe he's happy with current cards given the state of PC gaming. Unless these cards can run crysis at very high with 60fps at 1920x1200 they aren't a big leap. Although I already finished Crysis anyway.Originally posted by: BFG10K
If he's like me he's probably waiting for the 40 nm version as a true upgrade over his GTX280. I gave up waiting for the 55 nm version a long time ago, and I?m glad I did.Originally posted by: nRollo
Given your (and many others) refusal to use multi GPU, and the fact that this will undoubtedly be the single GPU performance leader, I'd think this would meet with more favorable response from you n7.
Those people will say "hey lets wait for 40nm parts and DX11! why buy now? they're too expensive"Originally posted by: n7
I guess it hasn't been that long since the GTX 280 launched, but refreshes don't excite me much.
It took three cards to get a working one, but i will admit my GTX 280 is adequate for my needs for now.
Unless they price this incredibly well, it's not really of much interest to me.
I suppose it'll be of more interest to those who didn't already get their high end upgrade in the form of the GTX 280/HD 4870 1 GB.
Me too. :thumbsup: Then prices went even farther down, and I haven't even used my card yet.Originally posted by: BFG10K
Exactly - which is why I snagged a GTX260+ at a clearance price. :thumbsup:
June? So, you think NVIDIA should make completely new architectures every 6 months?Originally posted by: cmdrdredd
when did the GTX200 series release? It seems like plenty of time for more than a simple refresh