I ll get one, but not now though, my GeForce DDR still works good... I still remember back in the day when i got it for like 450AUD and everyone was still stuck on TNT2 etc... now look at me, at the bottom of the ladder now
The rumour is that the GF3 reference spec calls for 4ns ram or better. This means that any card you buy could have 3.8ns or 4ns depending on what is available to the card maker at that time. For instance they are not going to halt production of cards just because they can't get any 3.8ns, mainly because 4ns will suffice at the GF3's default clock speed 460mhz DDR.
LOL Tang! I bought my GeForce DDR back then too heh! I paid $530AUD for mine but to be honest through the f**kups and the misery getting it finally running stable at 1xAGP on a AMD 750 chipset MB but it's still my main gaming system anbd it still kicks pretty sweet ***. At the time I new nothing about the GeForce "Issues" (Bladrunner?? )
Yeah the time is coming though VERY soon to get my new KA (KICKASS) machine.
I'm thinking Polomino with DUAL DDR channels (can anyone say 4.2Gbit/s data rates?) www.ebnews.com/story/OEG20010427S0084
And the usual other high end gear, probably a GeForce 3 Pro or some such and a VERY nice monitor!
Athlon 500@500 Classic -GFD unavailable
Msi-6167 AMD750 chipset
ATA66 13.1 Quantum FB of Questionable RPM
Leadtek GeForce DDR 7ns 130/340
256Mb 7.5ns Pc100 cas2
Intel Pro NIC 10/100
SB Live! Value OEM
Motorola 56k Modem
Kodak 4x4x24 CD-R/RW
T-Bird 1ghz @ 1ghz
4x 30gig ata 100 IBM Hdds (Raid 0)
1x 45gig ata 100 IBM Hdd
GeForce 3 (225/500)
SBLive! 5.1 Plat.
Sony 10x4x32x CD-RW
Creative 12x DVD
Win2K Pro + Win98Se
PIV 2.8 @3.4
4x120gb 7200rpm HDD 8meg cache(Raid 0)
1x100gb 7200rpm HDD (USB 2.0)
16x Pioneer DVD-Rom
VisionTek GeForce 4 ti4600
512mb PC1066 RD-Ram
21" Sony E500 monitor
Windows XP Professional