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why do people assume that a person is green or red team when in fact the most of us (especially overclockers) are allied with the best price vs. performance (or hell, performance period.
1350mhz on water is absolutely astounding. Why doesnt AMD release high overlocked components with better CPU coolers? Such as a classifed at 1150 out of the box? Would be awesome tongue.gif

$550 cards don't exactly appease the price/performance crowd. That's what mid-high range GPUs are for. The vast majority of fanbois are the ones who buy up all those top end cards.

But I do agree. TDP is very reasonable, and there's a boatload of headroom in almost every card. I don't even see why these card's aren't shipping at 1ghz stock, 1.1 factory OC'd.
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$550 cards don't exactly appease the price/performance crowd. That's what mid-high range GPUs are for. The vast majority of fanbois are the ones who buy up all those top end cards.
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This may have been the case in the past but some of today's games require much more gpu power. I'm sorry mid-level cards aren't going to run BF3 at full eye candy. For those so called enthusiast like myself even a single 7970 isn't going to give me the performance to get the results my 120hz monitor is capable of. So I need two the same as there are those running 580 tri-sli. I don't do it because I'm a fanboy or e-peen or to tell someone I have the fastest card out right now. I do it because to have the best experience in gaming right now the "top end card" is necessary. Mid-level cards 560ti/6950 etc. are for those who are satisfied with 50fps on 60hz monitors.
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Just great...
I'm beyond ready for a GPU upgrade because I've been running this 460 since Aug '10.
I don't wanna pay $500+ and I don't wanna settle for GTX500 series nor HD6900/6800 series.
Get friggin' moving Nvidia!! mad.gif

What this guy said. Eff paying $580 for a single-GPU card. I mean maybe if it's decked with a non-reference cooler and has considerably better overclocking capabilities than the competition... but there's no competition!
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What this guy said. Eff paying $580 for a single-GPU card. I mean maybe if it's decked with a non-reference cooler and has considerably better overclocking capabilities than the competition... but there's no competition!

It's pretty much the standard for top-of-the-line cards these days... You might as well get used to it, or buy last-gen.

The fact that the dollar is exceptionally weak right now doesn't help either.
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It's pretty much the standard for top-of-the-line cards these days... You might as well get used to it, or buy last-gen.
The fact that the dollar is exceptionally weak right now doesn't help either.

Hey, I'm not complaining. You get what you pay for. It's just that last gen, AMD offered nice price/performance at the top tier of GPUs. This gen, that's gone.
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Their physics acceleration better be freakin awesome, w/ more publishers taking advantage of that hardware, for delaying Kepler for so long. C'mon nVidia...hurry up plz!
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Their physics acceleration better be freakin awesome, w/ more publishers taking advantage of that hardware, for delaying Kepler for so long. C'mon nVidia...hurry up plz!

Games are designed for lowest common denominator. Nvidia and AMD are basically evenly split on PC. Considering that AMD GPUs will likely power all the next gen. consoles, I do not think PhysX will be widely adopted. Although it is possible this is just physics in general. It is not like HPC where companies routinely buy very proprietary and niche computer solutions.
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Games are designed for lowest common denominator. Nvidia and AMD are basically evenly split on PC. Considering that AMD GPUs will likely power all the next gen. consoles, I do not think PhysX will be widely adopted. Although it is possible this is just physics in general. It is not like HPC where companies routinely buy very proprietary and niche computer solutions.

I agree, although another reason it won't be widely adopted is because game design is for consoles first and PC's second. 99% of AAA titles are multi platform, unfortunately.
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