Maybe the gpgpu compute fans should post some pro card benches or tell all of us how often they have been using such features in their gaming overclock cards for the past number of years...
I note EVERYONE left that "blank" except the 6770 5770 rebranded CF user who claimed "he would find a use for the extra ram".
I think the frustration is I'm correct and people don't want to admit it.
Nvidia did a perfect job in the release - beating amd on their own ground, AND having the faster card to boot, something amd did not do when it claimed efficiency and power envelope.
I suppose people could scream they want GK110 full core for $499 and they want it yesterday, but not one of those dared touch TSMC in their reply - the current lack of chip supply, let alone a gigantic core possible to be "made available already".
Sorry, I didn't just repeat the internet fud talk, I used the available facts. I thought about it before opening my mouth and repeating half baked rumors and half stories.
I mean just think about it anyway - if Nvidia has the GK110 ready, why not drop it now for whatever price it's performance would demand. We've heard 50% faster so that starts @ $750.
Whatever - TSMC is stoked to the gills and can't hang - check that.
They've been cranking billions in since December trying to deliver more wafers per month and they just did another corp announcement on further expenditures to try to catch up with demand, and industry rumors hit a while back customers were looking around for competitors replacing TSMC for them.
Edited by SeanA - 4/5/12 at 7:47pm