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That's just your opinion.

And this "Grand Slam" mess is your opinion. Not many people share it, unfortunately. I would appreciate it if you stop now. Thank you.
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That's a strange theory considering the chips we now are looking at are short in supply.

 

Is there some secret manufacturing facility other than TSMC none of us know about ?

 

 

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AMD or NV both can grand slam anytime, the question is would they want to waste everything to sell the final pieces or sell them slowly with a bit of gain in performances (pretty much milking the market). See where the businesses are going? I'm pretty sure NV or AMD both already have the next gen in their labs running and they can grand slam with it anytime.

 

In the grand slam is pretty much no meaning.



 

post #113 of 155
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And this is your opinion. I would appreciate it if you stop now. Thank you.

i would appreciate if you stop now as well.
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i would appreciate if you stop now as well.

What an unwarranted comment. That wasn't directed at you. It was directed at someone that believes that the GTX 680 is the best thing since sliced bread, and it isn't.
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 Oh boy, here we have a win with no win again, your claim. Maybe you should just give up since you don't have an argument.

 

PS - guess who got corrected so many times already in this thread ?

 

LOL

 

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That's just your opinion.

And this is your opinion. I would appreciate it if you stop now. Thank you.


 

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 Oh boy, here we have a win with no win again, your claim. Maybe you should just give up since you don't have an argument.

PS - guess who got corrected so many times already in this thread ?

LOL




At least I admit it when I'm wrong. You just continue to reply to posts and hope that something sticks.

I think I'm going to take xoleras's advice on this one and ignore you.
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What an unwarranted comment. That wasn't directed at you. It was directed at someone that believes that the GTX 680 is the best thing since sliced bread, and it isn't.

No, you should really just stop. It's obvious you like AMD. We get it. You can pack it up and stop now instead of your anti-NVidia posts in every single GTX 680 thread.

(And this is coming from a 7950 owner, lest you think I'm a NVidia fanboy).
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What an unwarranted comment. That wasn't directed at you. It was directed at someone that believes that the GTX 680 is the best thing since sliced bread, and it isn't.

and my comment was directed at you, because I'm sick of reading your fanatical anti-Nvidia/GTX680 posts in every 680 related news thread.
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No, you should really just stop.
(And this is coming from a 7950 owner, lest you think I'm some NVidia fanboy).
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and my comment was directed at you, because I'm sick of reading your fanatical anti-Nvidia/GTX680 posts in every 680 related news thread.

Holy crap. How many times do I have to say it? The GTX 680 is a good card. It really is. I keep saying it, but you keep ignoring it. I say this in virtually EVERY POST I've posted in this thread. What's strange is that none of you guys ever say that the HD 7970 is a good card, when it clearly is too. Instead, you drone on about the GTX 680 being god's gift to gamers when it was never even intended to be a high-end card in the first place. Doesn't that strike you as a little odd? I mean, If I'm painted red here, you guys are painted about 10 different shades of green with a picture of Jen-Hsun Huang tattooed to your foreheads. That's how bad this thread has gotten.

996gt2, I've seen so many posts by you supporting nvidia that owning an AMD card doesn't really say jack. I owned an 8800 GTX before I got the HD 5870. So there, we're even.

Either you guys can't read, or you're just nitpicking now. Owning an AMD card doesn't make me a fanboy or anti-nvidia. I have a stack of nvidia cards that says otherwise. But whatever.
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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.

 


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