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I will not buy any AMD gpu, but I like they're releasing soon so Nvidia can step up their release dates on 6xx gen cards, which I will be buying... lol

Anyone else laughing at this^ self imposed ignorance..?
post #52 of 101
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So nobody has any clue what kind of fps increase this might bring? From like a 6950 to a 7950?

historically, gpu die shrinks have brought around a 40-60% increase of performance compared to the previous generation.
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post #53 of 101
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historically, gpu die shrinks have brought around a 40-60% increase of performance compared to the previous generation.
Jeez that's amazing. That's actually the kind of thing I was wondering when I asked the question.
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post #54 of 101
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historically, gpu die shrinks have brought around a 40-60% increase of performance compared to the previous generation.
I will be very happy then going from a 260gtx to a spanking 7950
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post #55 of 101
According to Softpedia the first two cards released will be low-mid range cards. They are also suspecting Global Foundries.

http://news.softpedia.com/news/AMD-S...s-216649.shtml
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Fire Terry Makedon for not delivering drivers and I will consider buying another AMD product.
 
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This is the reason i am postponing my upgrade (and because of bulldozer).
same here
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post #58 of 101
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Anyone else laughing at this^ self imposed ignorance..?
Allot of that is running rampant here these days.
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Fire Terry Makedon for not delivering drivers and I will consider buying another AMD product.
he left a while ago...
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post #60 of 101
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According to Softpedia the first two cards released will be low-mid range cards. They are also suspecting Global Foundries.

http://news.softpedia.com/news/AMD-S...s-216649.shtml
I might be really really tired, but the link doesn't say that? It says the first two code-names are lower and mid range, whereas the third name is high-end. Nothing about release dates. I hope.

Oh, and AMD would be morons to do it that way. Sell high end just before BF3 launch, profit muchos.
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