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Nvidia Unveils New 64x SLI GPU Rig 168

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The Register has an answer for the problem of what to get the graphics buff who has everything, Nvidia's new 64x SLI GPU rig. While it doesn't come cheap, a mere $17,500, it will offer rendering at around 80 billion pixels every second and a combined resolution of around 148 megapixels. The new hardware is being targeted at content creators and people doing scientific modeling, and is due to ship in September.
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Nvidia Unveils New 64x SLI GPU Rig

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  • by sprins (717461) on Tuesday August 01, 2006 @05:42PM (#15827894)
    Seriously, this is what we'll have in our desktop computer for $150 in at most 5 years.
  • by 80 85 83 83 89 33 (819873) on Tuesday August 01, 2006 @05:56PM (#15827979) Journal


    **best price/performance**
      nVid 7600 GT ($210)
      ATI X1600 XT ($170)
      nVid 6600 GT ($140)
                  (MSI & BFG = quiet)
    **best price/performance**

    the faster at top:

      ATI X800 Pro ~$250 ($150 refurb)
      ATI 9950 ultra (N/A)
      nVid 6800 LE/XT (LE=slower)($150,$300)
      ATI 9800 XT(~$185) (6600GT is above this)
      ATI X700 PRO($125)
      nVid 5900U/5950 Ultra($250)
      ATI 9800 PRO(~$130)
    =ATI 9700 pro
    =ATI 9800 ($90??)
    =nVid 5900/5950
      ATI 9700 ($110)
      ATI X700 (NOT pro)???
      ATI X1300 PRO($80-95)???
      nVid 6600 ($100)
      nVid 5800 ultra
      nVid 5700 Ultra (N/A)
      ATI 9500 Pro ($95 used)
                (yes it beats 9600pro!)
    =nVid 5600 Ultra
    =ATI X600 PRO/XT ($95-114)
    =ATI 9600 pro/XT ($100)
      nVid 5800
      ATI 9800 SE(128 bit)
      nVid 5700/5750
      nVid 6200 non-tc (under $100!)
    =nVid 5600
    =ATI 9500/9550/9600
      ATI X300 non-Hypermem???
      nVid 5700 LE (MINE)
      nVid GF4 Ti 4600
      nVid 5200 ULTRA
      nVid 5600 XT (XT=lower)
      ATI 9600 SE

    this last group of expansion cards is equal to the current generation of integrated onboard graphics
    ***very slow***

    nVid 5200/5500 ($50 PCI)
    nVid PCX 5300
    nVid 6200 Turbocache
    ATI 9200 SE
    ATI X300 SE Hypermemory

    current generation of integrated graphics chipsets:

    -- Intel GMA950
    -- nVidia 6100/6150
    -- ATI xpress 200

  • NOT FOR GAMING (Score:5, Insightful)

    by iamsolidsnk (862065) on Tuesday August 01, 2006 @06:55PM (#15828310)
    The nVidia Quadro graphics cards are for rendering, not for high-end gaming. The idea in the graphics card market that "more $$$$ == better graphics in games" does not hold true. These Quadro's will perform rather poorly compared to a 7950GTX, currently the top dog in the nVidia consumer graphics card market.

    This computer is for the design/development professional, who needs to render large amounts of video, like digital animation (think Pixar and it's ilk).

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