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Originally Posted by OwnedINC View Post

Lol wut?
I've seen dozens of kids on here claiming that, yet none of them ever provide proof.gif

I'll load up BF3 again tonight and I'll be sure to upload a screenshot of Afterburner's FPS graph throughout the duration of my run through. Most of the BF3 benchmarks found online are of BF3's single player campaign. Multiplayer is more taxing on systems, especially when playing on large player servers, as there is much more stuff going on. I average better frame rates in single player than in multiplayer. I don't have any screenshots as of yet to back up my claim, but this is simply the truth.

Back on topic, I'm curious as to when Kepler will be revealed to the public. GTX780, here's to waiting for you patiently. thumb.gif
Edited by NitrousX - 1/11/12 at 8:43am
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post #62 of 84
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Originally Posted by Skrillex View Post

Where have you heard that ?
Don't just say stuff then not cite a source.

I assumed that was a joke. Now I'm thinking that might have been a poor assumption.
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post #63 of 84
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Originally Posted by BinaryDemon View Post

I assumed that was a joke. Now I'm thinking that might have been a poor assumption.

realistically speaking, its not too far fetched of an assumption, nvidia knows how to deliver performance, the fermis were incredible, but the heat they released in the case was outrageous, would it really be too far fetched to believe that nvidia is in no way concerned about the performance of the 7970s, amd just caught up, why not give it a little while and make sure that you can win in multiple aspects.

lets face it, if you could get a 580 to run on air and only hit 60c at load, wouldnt that already be a massive improvement, not just in temps but in OC headroom too. the 7970s are impressive yes, but they arnt so powerful that they put the 580s to shame, specially at that price point.

nvidia knows that the fermis ran hot, OCN knows it, even hitler knows it.

performance isnt an issue for kepler, why not focus on power consumption and temps instead.

the 6970s beat the 480s, the 580s beat the 6970s, the 7970s beat the 580s, you think nvidia was even considering releasing a 780 that was less powerful than the previous gen.
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post #64 of 84
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Originally Posted by WorldExclusive View Post

Single GPU Crown > Dual GPU Crown
Now that AMD has the single GPU crown, they are ahead of Nvidia in this generation.

Although this will be more of a fair comparison when Kepler is actually compared to the new AMD cards. Of course the new generation should always trump the past generation especially in this case which AMD has done. Cant wait for Kepler, hopefully Nvidia wipes the floor with AMD!


That being said, right now i may have to get a few 7970s to hold me over until Kepler!
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Or not wink.gif
Actually AMD have the reign with the 6990, the fastest card of the world in the last year thumb.gif

Fastest Card and Best Performance while in advanced 3D aren't the same thing, 580 reigns supreme for actual framerate output and that would mean they have a superior engine interface to that of the ATI cards.. It's just like with FX and Sandybridge higher clocks don't mean anything when your chips are imbedded with software catalysts
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post #66 of 84
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Fastest Card and Best Performance while in advanced 3D aren't the same thing, 580 reigns supreme for actual framerate output and that would mean they have a superior engine interface to that of the ATI cards.. It's just like with FX and Sandybridge higher clocks don't mean anything when your chips are imbedded with software catalysts

? confused by this statement. 6990 is much faster than a 580, which means it produces higher frame rates.
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? confused by this statement. 6990 is much faster than a 580, which means it produces higher frame rates.

Happy to Elaborate

http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/high_end_gpus.html

Benchmark score above puts 580 at top and the 6990 in 5th place
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post #68 of 84
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Happy to Elaborate
http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/high_end_gpus.html
Benchmark score above puts 580 at top and the 6990 in 5th place

wow, i forgot about these. good reference.

best high end 580
best value 6850

so my budget build selection was correct, and i couldnt be happier with how my 2600k 580sli and 2120 6850 xfire rigs turned out.
    
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Happy to Elaborate
http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/high_end_gpus.html
Benchmark score above puts 580 at top and the 6990 in 5th place
CF is clearly not working as it's only a few points ahead of the 6970.
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Originally Posted by Kusanagi View Post

Happy to Elaborate
http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/high_end_gpus.html
Benchmark score above puts 580 at top and the 6990 in 5th place

Eh is that not because the 6990 is a dual gpu card and the benchmark is only using one core, hence almost exact same score of a HD6970?

Same goes for the 590.
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