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@ Saizer: But also has 1.5x the performance and overclockability of a 590..

1.5 performance? Not with newer drivers, which is the right opposite. Please do not make me thow you some proof of how better the 590 is against the 6990 in terms of performance. Please do not force me, save me that step thumb.gif
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Has nvidia been on top with every release so far...YES what makes you think its gonna be any different?
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1.5 performance? Not with newer drivers, which is the right opposite. Please do not make me thow you some proof of how better the 590 is against the 6990 in terms of performance. Please do not force me, save me that step thumb.gif

whut?.

6990 beat gtx590 guy. Only in Lost planet 2 Gtx590 win, rest of games 6990 is significally faster...want you compare with my benchmarks? (I have Metro 2033, Crysis and Crysis warhead, far cry 2, Resident evil 5, battlefield 3, AVP, lost planet 2....)
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post #114 of 289
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No. The AMD of 2009/2010 was about price/performance, the 2012 AMD is about money, money, money. In 2009 they released the 5870 at ~379 (price crept up to 400) USD and it trounced the competition, was the first DX11 card to market, etc. It was a price/performance "baws."
In 2012 they release the 7970, 5-10% faster than the competition, and $550. It doesn't even scale (in price/performance terms) from the 6970. 60% more expensive for ~30% more performance (BF3, 1920 x 1200, 4x AA http://www.anandtech.com/show/5261/amd-radeon-hd-7970-review/22 )
Please, tell me more about how the 7970 fits into this "price to performance" picture you've painted of the recent AMD* (not ati anymore, bro.) Then tell me how the HD 7770 fits into this same category.. Going to have a hard time explaining that one I imagine. wink.gif
As for Kepler.. eh.. gonna need some evidence, Nvidia. Not that their current cards are having much trouble keeping up with the HD7k series. (RE: 79xx and 77xx. Nvidia is in the runnings against both for price/performance) so I can see why they're so confident.

You like to exaggerate don't you? The 6970 launched at $379 USD. The 7970 @ $549 USD. That is a 30% increase in price, for a 40% increase in performance. Nice math skills. Do you just write whatever comes to mind without actually researching what you post? The readers here aren't stupid, and they can damn well do math. Stop putting AMD down if you're going to exaggerate the facts. At least use valid arguments and valid data to substantiate your claims, instead of falsities. Also, cherry-picking one benchmark isn't the correct way to compare cards either.

And Nvidia's cards aren't having trouble keeping up with the 79xx series? Oh, thats why the 7950 beats the 580 for $100 cheaper, and the 7970 can surpass the GTX 590 ($750 card) with a mild overclock.... right. rolleyes.gif
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That's not what i meant. What i meant is that no single gpu (amd or nvidia) should cross the 500$ mark. End of argument.

For the sake of argument. Who are you to say what these companies should price their products at. I mentioned this earlier in this thread and I'll say it once more. We are extremely lucky that we are able to have the best of what is currently available at a reasonable price. Take a look at any other electronic build whether it be a home theater or car audio. To have the best you'll be out 300k minimum on a home theater. And your complaining about a 600 dollar video card lol. I just dropped 1500 dollars on a 5-channel amp for my theater that's considered upper entry level at best. To get into the high end amps your looking at a minimum 50k for one amp.
 
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Here's hoping they don't pull an AMD on us.

You know, with Bulldozer. rolleyes.gif
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Has nvidia been on top with every release so far...YES what makes you think its gonna be any different?

This ... that is why NVIDIA is always "2nd" because they hold off and make there product function correctly and better at launch
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Here's hoping they don't pull an AMD on us.
You know, with Bulldozer. rolleyes.gif

Well bulldozer was still a better attempt at a CPU than Nvidia have done. I just want kepler to come out now so I can decide which card to get, or not get.
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You're paying for the brand, for the drivers, for the 3D Vision Surround, for the Physx, for the Sli, for the higher performance, etc. So after all the higher price is very justifiable.

Buying based off of brand = fan boy-ism
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1.5 performance? Not with newer drivers, which is the right opposite. Please do not make me thow you some proof of how better the 590 is against the 6990 in terms of performance. Please do not force me, save me that step thumb.gif

In all honesty the 590 is a waste of two cherry 580 chips. Limiting them with such a poor power plane is an atrocity in my book. I think you may just be a tad disgruntle about it too.
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