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Matrox Parhelia-512 Announced

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[b:decca3b099]Matrox announces new Parhelia™-512 GPU delivering unprecedented high-fidelity graphics

World's first 512-bit GPU delivers unparalleled image quality, superior performance and wide range of innovative features for the ultimate visual experience[/b:decca3b099]

http://www.matrox.com/mga/media_center/pre...parhelia512.cfm

looks like we are set for an intresting battle this year Matrox VS nvidia VS ATI

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Sounds like it's gonna cost a s***load of money!

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lol yeah i think the same thing

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Well if its comaprabale to the new new Readeon Fire GL 8800 then the price is going to be f***ing rediculus :eek: :eek:

-Drew

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comparable? ha! by the sound of it it will blow that openGL card out of the water. 256mb DDR .... thats a huuuuuge amount of ram for a GPU!! id love to see one working

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the ATI FIRE GL 8800 is a workstation card not the R250 that will replace the R200 (8500) thats why it is expensive as hell..

the new matorx card is a proper gaming card and not deisgned for workstations so it should only cost around as much as a GF4TI 4600 did when they were 1st released. not all the matrox cards will be fitted with 256mb of ram there will be 64mb & 128mb versions of the card aswell..

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still think ill get a radeon 8800 in a couple of months tho when my pc build is complete ;D as it is visually better than the Ti4600 although the Ti4600 offers ludicres fps. The 8800 is what im gonna get heh.

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