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At least they say on their site (AMD's site) that these cards are based on the HD5700 series. Because otherwise, these cards only add HDMI 1.4, where the HD5700 series were HDMI 1.3.

If they (AMD + Vendors) want to be completely honest they should write this information on the retail boxes too. Are they doing it ?
 
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post #32 of 68
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Originally Posted by Maxxa View Post
Yeah that pretty sleezy. I can honestly see people buying the same card again for an "upgrade" and it just a "pargrade" or "sidegreade".
If this is what AMD is going to be doing to with what ATI built it's going to gain speed downward.
Ironic that you say that and you use Nvidia. It's not a vanilla PCB, the original 5770 PCB had two(2) CrossfireX tabs/fingers.
Edited by smash_mouth01 - 4/28/11 at 12:04pm
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Originally Posted by tpi2007 View Post
If they (AMD + Vendors) want to be completely honest they should write this information on the retail boxes too. Are they doing it ?
Why should they have to? They're not claiming anywhere that it's an improvement over 57xx, are they?
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Originally Posted by Phaedrus2129 View Post
Juniper is AMD's G80/G92, just like Fermi was Nvidia's R600.


(If you got into the hobby after 2007 that should be mostly incomprehensible)

i get the AMD's G80 part, Nvidia rebranded the crap out of that card.

but i don't get the nvidia r600 part, what do you mean by that?
     
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i get the AMD's G80 part, Nvidia rebranded the crap out of that card.

but i don't get the nvidia r600 part, what do you mean by that?
The 2900XT (R600) was ATI's Fermi. It was the best performing GPU at the time, but ran hot and used over 250W, which was unheard of at the time, plus was very expensive. The R600 2900XT held the record for most power hungry GPU until GF100 GTX480.

Basically I'm saying history is repeating itself.
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The 2900XT (R600) was ATI's Fermi. It was the best performing GPU at the time, but ran hot and used over 250W, which was unheard of at the time, plus was very expensive. The R600 2900XT held the record for most power hungry GPU until GF100 GTX480.

Basically I'm saying history is repeating itself.
The 2900XT was slower than the 8800GTX
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I wonder how hard it would be to flash a 57xx to the new bios? So a 57xx could CF with a 67xx. Or would they be kind enough to let you CF them already since they are the same thing?
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The 6770 has more texture units and stream processors. They are not the same card and perform quite different.

http://www.engadget.com/2010/09/27/a...e-nvidia-caus/
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The 6770 has more texture units and stream processors. They are not the same card and perform quite different.

http://www.engadget.com/2010/09/27/a...e-nvidia-caus/
Aren't the Barts cards 68xx?
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The 2900XT was slower than the 8800GTX
Even the 7950GX2 (not a GPU though), 8800GTS 640 and 8800GTS 320 beat that card IIRC. nVidia released the 8800 ULTRA in anticipation to the 2900XT, but that was completely unnecessary. Also the HD2900XT was 6 months late just as the GTX 480. The only difference was that the GTX 480 managed to beat the 5870 and trade blows with the fastest cards from the 'generation' that came after it. On the other hand R600 didn't have yield issues.

I don't think you can compare GF100 with R600 if you look at it closely. AMD/ATI and nVidia did 2 completely different things there. AMD was playing safe and wanted a full scale release so they decided to stay 80nm. nVidia bit the bullet and went 40nm on a new chip design.

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The 6770 has more texture units and stream processors. They are not the same card and perform quite different.

http://www.engadget.com/2010/09/27/a...e-nvidia-caus/
Barts XT and Barts PRO. Do those names ring a bell? (Hint: note the 32 ROPs )
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