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As of right now everything beats it... As a nvidia fan I say this with the sincerest hopes, but put up or shut up!
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Originally Posted by dantoddd View Post

Their delay tactics are unbeatable

lawl.

I aint holding my breath for anything, going to see what the benchmarks show.
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post #23 of 289
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Originally Posted by veyron1001 View Post

Yea unbeatable high pricing and power consumption.

Altho I had a great laugh and it is probably true. The die shrink will probably take care of the power consumption.
Edited by Xenthos - 3/1/12 at 9:22am
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Originally Posted by Xenthos View Post

Altho I had a great laugh and it is probably true. The die shrink will probably take care of the power consumption.

I do agree about it being lower, but as of recent Ati is price to performance and efficency and Nvidia is brute force.
    
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Originally Posted by Artikbot View Post

Sounds unlikely. That is, unless they can pack two dies on a single card.
Does nVIDIA remember that the HD7990 is still to be launched?

If they can produce a card for $350 and make sure it soundly stomps over the 7970, that's all they'll need to win this fight. thumb.gif

So far, as everyone has been saying, the GK104 is the mainstream card, as far as GPU names go, GK100 will be the flagship. And if the mainstream product topples ATI's flagship single GPU, that spells defeat almost instantly. wink.gif

EDIT: And I find it lolzy how everyone still bashes the GTX 400 line for being too power hungry... tongue.gif news flash people, the GTX 580 draws just slightly less than a GTX 480, albeit with a decent performance boost, but really, the GTX 500 line was not that much better. It was a slight power revision and that's all. tongue.gif Oh and not to mention the 6970 wasn't terribly power efficient either since it was essentially an AMD GTX 570 in terms of power draw and performance. rolleyes.gif

EDIT 2: Last thing, with the way everyone acts about how poorly the 7750 and 7770 performs, despite the fact that the 7770 draws less than 85w under load, everyone expected it to perform on par with a 6870, and the price is too high for the performance it brings? Are you serious? I mean, if all you people are looking for is performance and discount the power draw of the cards currently in front of you WHY DO YOU BRING IT UP WITH THE NEXT GENERATION!?

Look at the computers that people build! Look at them! Christ, how many people have SLI 580s or SLI 570s or CFX 6990s in their rigs? And you complain about the power draw EVEN AFTER FIVE GENERATIONS!? This should be expected by now! I was about to put up a rant about this but no one would see it in the off topic section.

Nvidia isn't looking for low power draw at the moment, I can't remember if they ever have at that, but they DO want it below the 300w power draw threshold that hasn't been breached by any single GPU card. AMD is looking for the best price/performance line they can offer while giving low power draw and they've done really really well with that. However, as an Nvidia fan, you have to eventually come to expect that the next line will be very power hungry and very hot.

Remember when the 8800 line made it's appearance? That's what this is. Relate to it. going from the GF 110 to the GK 104 is like going from a 7950GT to the 8800GTX. There will be gasps at how insane the power draw is, but that will change. The performance will be astounding as Nvidia clearly knows how to make a good GPU. That's all they've done up until the Tegra 2/3 they recently, by comparison, put into the tablets. They've been at this long enough to know how to do their jobs. If you want a half made GPU that performs less than what they claim it will do, they'll get bashed for it, but if you match what the public wants out of a GPU you will be praised for it. The GTX 400 line was what everyone wanted, a DirectX 11 capable GPU that ran the engine like it was second nature by comparison to the Radeon line at the time, and overclocked like crazy (30%+ on average), which was an amazing improvement over every GPU they had made prior to this date.

"Give Nvidia time, and the product will be amazing." Is what the person said in the source, and he's right. If you're patient, you will be rewarded. Just like you having to wait till your next paycheck, the money you get is your reward for the work you did. thumb.gif
Edited by Imglidinhere - 3/1/12 at 10:07am
     
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post #26 of 289
If we dont see bechmarks, the cards themselves and stability tests they can claim whatever they want. Even If I prefer Nvidia over ATI anyday I cannot get hyped. In my country they say whenever you hear about a place with a lot of cherries always hold a tiny basket. So If I don't see the cards the power consumption the price and the benches I don't care about what they say.
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If they don't get it out very soon they'll soon realise it's going to be beaten in a few months like everything else tongue.gif
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post #28 of 289
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If they can produce a card for $350 and make sure it soundly stomps over the 7970, that's all they'll need to win this fight. thumb.gif

You sir are delusional. The 350.00 card coming in April is a 660ti replacement which will be on par with the 7950 supposedly. The 680 coming out in god knows when (June-August) will be at least 6-7bills if it trounces the 7970.
 
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You sir are delusional. The 350.00 card coming in April is a 660ti replacement which will be on par with the 7950 supposedly. The 680 coming out in god knows when (June-August) will be at least 6-7bills if it trounces the 7970.

a 7970 is overpriced compared to AMD's earlier tactics though. It still has about the same die size but they just threw out the sweet spot pricing this gen.

Nvidia could pull a '4870' with KG104. We'll just have to wait and see.
 
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Yea unbeatable high pricing and power consumption.

What he said, Unbeatable in Fermi, and it's unbeatable in Kepler....

Nvidia....... Breaking way for global warming.......
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