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I am becoming a bigger AMD fan by the day. Going to probably end up dropping Nvidia next round. Eyefinity here I come!
    
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I do believe nVidia has an equivalent if you want to stay with that brand.

[Not trolling. I use an AMD GPU, am happy with it, and my next will be an AMD too.]
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If the 7990 isn't a leaf blower, 7990 here I come!
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Great news for AMD. They are on a roll. New CPU architecture and new GPU architecture to be released by the end of this year.
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I am becoming a bigger AMD fan by the day. Going to probably end up dropping Nvidia next round. Eyefinity here I come!
I remember reading not too long ago (maybe a month or so?) that Nvidia will be introducing Eyefinity on some of their newer cards.

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I do believe nVidia has an equivalent if you want to stay with that brand.

[Not trolling. I use an AMD GPU, am happy with it, and my next will be an AMD too.]
You were talking about the above right? I remember hearing something about it as well.
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I'm out of the loop on these video cards anymore... Feels like yesterday that my 4890 was a top of the line card and than the 5000 series came out and its like something new comes out every month..
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I'm out of the loop on these video cards anymore... Feels like yesterday that my 4890 was a top of the line card and than the 5000 series came out and its like something new comes out every month..
don't buy the best. you lose money through premium + they get replaced very quick. i like to get what does the job at the best bang for buck. video cards move too fast to get the high end stuff. don't know how much the 4890 was worth, but i got my 4850 at 210$ retail now its worth probably 30-40$ lol.

my next upgrade is the 7790 or 7850.

video cards are made to get obsolete, how else would these companies get more money. demand will drop over time then they reduce the prices to bring it up, then demand drops again over time so they have to release something new to keep the flow of income.

take the gameboy world for example.
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I do believe nVidia has an equivalent if you want to stay with that brand.

[Not trolling. I use an AMD GPU, am happy with it, and my next will be an AMD too.]
Nvidia does not have an equivalent. Nvidia requires more than one card to do 3 monitors. Amd does 6 monitors on one card.


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I remember reading not too long ago (maybe a month or so?) that Nvidia will be introducing Eyefinity on some of their newer cards.



You were talking about the above right? I remember hearing something about it as well.
What I read is that the Nvidia's boss is hoping the engineers get an eyefinity equivalent.
Nothing has started to work yet.
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It's a race for me. GeForce or Radeon. Battlefield 3 is the prize.
nvidia just sayd the weren't going to release the new gpus this year
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Since when do GFX use SRAM? I thought that stuff was ungodly amounts of expensive, like youd be better off raiding 500 1TB SSD's in RAID 0 than buying a gig of SRAM.
They will be using vary small amounts of SRAM. The SRAM will be for handling compute purposes. I believe the currently Nvidia 4 seires cards already incorporate a fair amount of SRAM in addition to GDDR.
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