Originally Posted by Broseidon
" According to information released by Nvidia so far, Kepler cards will triple the dual-precision floating point performance of Fermi and hit up to 6 dp GFlops, while its successor Maxwell (scheduled for a 2013 release) is expected to with almost 16 dp GFlops. "
You obviously have no idea what you're talking about. Simply switching to a smaller die wouldn't add performance like that. Please don't give other people false information.
Do you know what an NDA is?
Do you know who Masked is? Do you know where he works? I'll give you a hint, it's his avatar picture.
I think if there's anyone on this site that could possibly have it in for some REAL information from a legitimate source it would be someone who works with Nvidia.
I want it to be a new arch as much as anyone but that doesn't mean you can bash someone who's telling you from the horses mouth what it's going to entail. He may be right and he may be wrong but he's no more wrong than you are making that statement.
And yes, we all know what the rumor mills were throwing around a few months ago. That was before Nvidia claimed to be having problems with their 28nm process, so a refresh could be possible instead of new architecture.Edited by blackbalt89 - 10/4/11 at 8:02pm