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post #191 of 252
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Originally Posted by BallaTheFeared View Post

AMD goes from 1500 to 2000 cores, shows graph with almost double performance.

http://www.techpowerup.com/156887/Radeon-HD-7970-Tessellation-Performance-Figures-Surface.html

No, AMD slides shows only 50%-70% improvements over HD6970, and that on games that use a lot of tessellation
post #192 of 252
this may be in operations/watt

just sayin

also looks like they will be gearing their graphics cards towards higher res monitors (>1080p)

bottom line? more power efficient cards which are able to perform much better at much higher resolutions. i wouldnt doubt only a slight increase in performance at 1080p resolution. though once again, less power usage. which to me = woot.
Edited by Skoobs - 12/17/11 at 3:08am
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post #193 of 252
I can't wait to play Metro Last Night doh.gif. WFFC is just the same as DH, they are looking for page hits by making stuff up..... I mean releasing leaked documents from ligit sources rolleyes.gif.
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AMD goes from 1500 to 2000 cores, shows graph with almost double performance.
Nvidia goes from 500 to 1000 cores, shows a graph with double performance.
Which one makes more sense?
I'm not asking. And there is no question Nvidia holds the performance crown this gen, anyone arguing over it just likes to argue.

What you fail to understand is that GCN is a new architecture, so you can't compare the cores. Also, the Nvidia slide is probably fake.

Nobody claimed AMD holds the performane crown, the 580 is the fastest single graphics card. But both VLIW4 and VLIW5 are more efficient than Fermi.
    
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post #195 of 252
Before you people continue discussing,please DO NOT thread crap in threads. Learn to respect one another and the TOS.
Also I don't see why people take these news so seriously? It's in unconfirmed so it should ALWAYS be taken as a grain of salt.
Reopened.
Edited by 5entinel - 12/17/11 at 7:47pm
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If you haven't noticed yet:
40nm / 2 = 20nm
20nm < 28nm
28nm =/= 40nm / 2

It doesn't work that way.

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40nm*40nm = 1600nm²
28nm*28nm = 768nm²
transistors aren't two dimensional.

uh...I know you're trying to prove someone wrong (and he is wrong) but did you just square a set of dimensions and called it non-two dimensional? doh.gif
If they're not two dimensional then you need to cube it for volume. What you did was find the surface area...which is two dimensional (of one surface)
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Like cats chasing laser lights, thus go the Nerds of our Lives

Very clever. +rep
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Im gonna call fake... that is WAY to massive of a generation increase in performance...and if it is real you are looking at a $700 gpu for the upper mid range.
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uh...I know you're trying to prove someone wrong (and he is wrong) but did you just square a set of dimensions and called it non-two dimensional? doh.gif
If they're not two dimensional then you need to cube it for volume. What you did was find the surface area...which is two dimensional (of one surface)

Whatever. You get what I meant.
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