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From what I've read it seems to be a motion blur based algorithm however I haven't read much yet. Regardless both AMD and Nvidia would be much better off if they just worked on getting their Transparency MSAA options working in most games rather then wasting time and money on AA solutions that offer worse IQ. All I know is I don't believe for a second 8XTXAA looks better then 4XMSAA because they also claim FXAA gives you IQ similar to 4XMSAA and that's laughable.

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I still really feel like AMD's drivers are holding the 7970 back. I dont think we've seen a performance increase with new drivers on this card yet. I would think that eventually the drivers will mature and we shoukd see at least a modest increase in performance. Of course its driver team is one of Nvidia's biggest strengths...

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Now they just need the release the GTX 685 4GB biggrin.gif
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As with every flagship before it. The crown will fall eventually.

Really? rolleyes.gif I'm pretty sure that goes without saying. tongue.gif
     
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Neither is the 690.
Yes I know you mean it's ON a single card. devil.gif

what are you going on about? I'm fully aware that the 690 consists of 2 GPUs, it's still a single graphics card though and the fastest one at that. Can't say it's the best though, that's so subjective it's not even funny. But yeah, fastest single card on the planet.
 
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Who cares what range these products fall into, The more important question is what is all this power really for? Where are the games that take advantage of thousands of dollars? What incentive is there for any game developer to focus on such a niche market? I love sheep who spend all their money on something really unnecessary like a gtx690. Such is life tho, To each their own...
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So the real flagship is being released on the 10th?
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Who cares what range these products fall into, The more important question is what is all this power really for? Where are the games that take advantage of thousands of dollars? What incentive is there for any game developer to focus on such a niche market? I love sheep who spend all their money on something really unnecessary like a gtx690. Such is life tho, To each their own...

That's a good question. Here on OCN you find mostly the hard core enthusiast or computer hobbyist that want 'simply the best'. biggrin.gif (See what I did just there).
     
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While "the $1 CEO club" usually means executives receive millions of dollars in stocks and other types of compensation, Jen-Hsun Huang and his team decided otherwise. The total salary AFTER tax and benefits was cut to $1, and no employee would get fired.

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So the real flagship is being released on the 10th?

No. Nvidia is giving us some info about their "new 7 billion transistor GPU" (only one that makes sense is the GK100/GK110) during the GTC (GPU technology conference). The conference lasts from the 14th to the 18th iirc, so maybe we can expect some info after that. There's also no guarantees that anything is getting released soon.
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No. Nvidia is giving us some info about their "new 7 bullion transistor GPU" (only one that makes sense is the GK100/GK110) during the GTC (GPU technology conference). The conference lasts from the 14th to the 18th iirc, so maybe we can expect some info after that. There's also no guarantees that anything is getting released soon.

Oh you party pooper. I saw this:
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GK110 will debut in just three days, but this is the part that targets the HPC i.e. GPGPU community. We were told that the number of pre-orders for Kepler-based Tesla cards (Tesla 3000 Series) should exceed the overall number of Teslas shipped so far (over 150,000 units sold).

And was all thumb.gif, but then you came along and spoiled it.

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