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post #31 of 63
Hoping to better and better yields! Better yields = cheaper cards!
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post #32 of 63
I can't wait for the 600 series! Need to save up all the money i can, cause my next major upgrade is q1-q2 2012 baby!
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post #33 of 63
600 is just a die shrink, 700 is what you want.

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I thought this was the story as well.
Yeah, old news too.
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post #34 of 63
I don't think this is gpu's. I think this is field programmable gate arrays and memory and maybe some other simple processes which were supposed to be working 3rd quarter 2010.
But it's nice of amd and nvidia to congratulate them on being able to make stuff they don't care about.
So enjoy your asic logic prototyping and digital signal processing.
Not to say that AMD and Nvidia aren't about to enjoy designing some new chipsets with this which will possibly be made on 40nm. But I don't think this thing is anywhere near ready for gpu's.
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post #35 of 63
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well 680 is supposed to have 50% more cuda cores than 580 as well as about a 20-30% in extra clock speed than 580 while making architecture improvements as well. I would not be surprised if it was on par or very close to Sli 580's

I am VERY excited for the 680's
Gimme dat source.



And so 40nm -> 28nm has begun.
post #36 of 63
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some guy on here with inside info was claiming the 600 series to be simply a die shrink
id believe that more then some rumor saying kepler has more clockspeed... more cuda cores ..


it doesnt sound all too realistic
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post #37 of 63
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That's a poor generalization. It all depends on the game. Some games favor CPU horsepower. Some games favor GPUs.
Actually it's a pretty reasonable generalization. Only a small percentage of games are CPU-bound by even a fast dual core CPU, unless you start going dual/tri GPU at high resolutions.
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Actually it's a pretty reasonable generalization. Only a small percentage of games are CPU-bound by even a fast dual core CPU, unless you start going dual/tri GPU at high resolutions.
I'd actually be willing to claim the opposite. Modern games, yes, will use more GPU power. Older games that are less graphically intensive would need more CPU power. Not that you'd see any benefit running 1000 fps vs. 100, but if we're including every video game ever made for the PC, the vast majority will be better off with a better CPU.

Anyways, that's not the point I was making. CPU power, while not as important for modern titles, is still important. Hard bottlenecks aren't too common in a real world situation. Even if you're "bottlenecking," a faster CPU will still net you more frames a second.

Too many people pretend that CPUs are irrelevant.
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post #39 of 63
DX12 isn't out yet, and i just got a 580, come on... Is this going to be the GTX 200s of Fermis?
     
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Interesting,

As someone who get's what performs best regardless of brand loyalty I plan on waiting until they are both out to determine if I will go with Nvidia or ATI this go around.
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