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I keep seeing people saying they'd rather go with the fastest single card then go SLI, is it really that bad?


it's not at all bad, but if you had the choice, lower power consumption, less heat and noise(if not watercooling) with similar performance, i think the single card route would be best. I have never had any issues with SLI aside from small perceived input lag. Otherwise, my SLI experience has been good
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so launch cards are garbage right?? they don't perform at all that well right? you're wronger than wrongy up there!

My brain is hurting trying to make you realize there is a temporal difference in what we are talking about. You and Raylene seem stuck on release statistics and current day performance. You are either supporting my statements, or holding your fingers in your ears saying "nananananana CANT HEAR YOU!!"

The GTX 680 beat out the 7970 when it was released. SLI also worked MUCH better than CF the day the 680 was released. Both architectures have had driver enhancements, and these statements are no longer true about the current performance.
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I keep seeing people saying they'd rather go with the fastest single card then go SLI, is it really that bad?

No, and yes. Both the client (game / program) need to support SLI, and the driver needs to be optimized to work with that software. When they work its almost as good as 1 card with twice the power, you can see scaling approaching 100% in some instances. But its usually somewhere less than that, and the best optimized titles are usually the newest and flashiest games.
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No SLI has not been that bad IMO since before the 4xx series. People keep repeating information they heard through the grape vine, even though the information is incorrect. Even crossfire has improved significantly the past two gens.

I have ran SLI 460, 560, 560ti, and now 660. Not a single issue at all. Even Crossfired without cause for complaint.

People (noobs) have a way of hearing something and then repeating it like its fact even though they have no idea what they are talking about.

Here is my thoughts with my recent purchase. I could have afforded to buy a 7970 GHZ edition, but it was cheaper and more powerful to grab two GTX 660's in SLI, wich will beat a 7970 GHZ hand down for less. I knew I would never crossfire the 7970 so my choice was obvious. I ever once was worried about SLI problems.

No, software needs to be designed to utilize it. Good drivers do not make the software utilize the both GPUs. Also, crossfires main issues come in x3 and x4 configurations, when high resolutions or refresh rates along with high levels of AA are used. Since crossfire uses pass through, all the traffic must use the CF bridges to get to the first card, and the line gets saturated very quickly.
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My brain is hurting trying to make you realize there is a temporal difference in what we are talking about. You and Raylene seem stuck on release statistics and current day performance. You are either supporting my statements, or holding your fingers in your ears saying "nananananana CANT HEAR YOU!!"

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Its beating the snot out of it now, but it didn't at launch. This is taking into account CF and SLI, and the bad drivers for each new architecture. I believe GK110 was ready, but production wasn't because of TSMCs huge manufacturing issues, the release of GK110 would have been a complete paper release, instead of this mostly paper release now. As I stated, and prava said the other side of the point, they would have been killing their profit margins trying to sell the few GK110 they were able to produce as GeForce instead of Tesla K20. It was the manufacturing holding them up with such low yields, not the architecture .. GK110 was working just fine.
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Its beating the snot out of it now, but it didn't at launch. This is taking into account CF and SLI, and the bad drivers for each new architecture.

The 7970 at launch was 925 mhz, since launch AMD put out a card that clocked in at 1050 mhz and released drivers that were better than launch drivers that weren't actual drivers for the 7970 to begin with. but yes the 680 was marginally better.
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I believe GK110 was ready, but production wasn't because of TSMCs huge manufacturing issues, the release of GK110 would have been a complete paper release, instead of this mostly paper release now.

it was not ready until October-November of 2012 as it's been showed before...
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It was the manufacturing holding them up with such low yields, not the architecture .. GK110 was working just fine.

the only company having issues with the 28nm process were Nvidia, i have quoted and posted that article already so it was the architecture.
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This really sounds little too good to be true , but if it is I'm sold , really want to get rid of my 670SLI and if single GPU card can give me comparable performance ....... shutupandtakemymoney.jpg
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The 7970 at launch was 925 mhz, since launch AMD put out a card that clocked in at 1050 mhz and released drivers that were better than launch drivers that weren't actual drivers for the 7970 to begin with. but yes the 680 was marginally better.
it was not ready until October-November of 2012 as it's been showed before...
the only company having issues with the 28nm process were Nvidia, i have quoted and posted that article already so it was the architecture.

Manufacturing process != the architecture.

As for the guy who was talking about releasing the architecture as soon as its ready (development and manufacturing), this is kind of true, except its not. 3DFX did exactly that, and it is the reason the company went under. It released the next generations they were developing well before they were able to recoup R&D costs and make a profit on their previous generations.

TSMC having trouble producing the 28nm chips may or may not have been architecturally based and I would lean towards not(the architecture might have made it more complicated to produce), but you certainly don't release a flagship chip for 550 which you can sell for 3000, when your midrange chip at less than half the cost to produce already beats the flagship of the competition just because you have the tech completed. Low yields of the manufacturing process could easily explain the march 22nd to fall release window. Not to mention how marketing always plays a huge hand in when products will be release. It's naive to assume companies will push tech right out the door the minute they get it complete if the market is not ready for it.
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These GK110s are the Tesla cards... they come packaged with high throughput FPUs and are not targeted to gaming performance. My personal guess is that GTX 680s and 690s will be higher performance and use less power/produce less heat.

The neat thing about GK104 (GTX680) is that nVidia removed all the components that I use, namely FP/DP ops, and only kept the components in that made gaming fast. That's why I'm sill running 5xx series cards in the lab.
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post #177 of 1002
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Its beating the snot out of it now, but it didn't at launch. This is taking into account CF and SLI, and the bad drivers for each new architecture. I believe GK110 was ready, but production wasn't because of TSMCs huge manufacturing issues, the release of GK110 would have been a complete paper release, instead of this mostly paper release now. As I stated, and prava said the other side of the point, they would have been killing their profit margins trying to sell the few GK110 they were able to produce as GeForce instead of Tesla K20. It was the manufacturing holding them up with such low yields, not the architecture .. GK110 was working just fine.


they were equal with the 7970 in favour of more games at launch especialy considering the 7970 is older it won then hands down and won now, Sorry but the 680 while a great card and Gk 104 was a great chip, It didn't beat tahiti XT outright and loses thoroughly now.


Gk110 wasn't ready, It wasn't working at all because they were having issues at TSMC
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Manufacturing process != the architecture.

As for the guy who was talking about releasing the architecture as soon as its ready (development and manufacturing), this is kind of true, except its not. 3DFX did exactly that, and it is the reason the company went under. It released the next generations they were developing well before they were able to recoup R&D costs and make a profit on their previous generations.

TSMC having trouble producing the 28nm chips may or may not have been architecturally based and I would lean towards not(the architecture might have made it more complicated to produce), but you certainly don't release a flagship chip for 550 which you can sell for 3000, when your midrange chip at less than half the cost to produce already beats the flagship of the competition just because you have the tech completed. Low yields of the manufacturing process could easily explain the march 22nd to fall release window. Not to mention how marketing always plays a huge hand in when products will be release. It's naive to assume companies will push tech right out the door the minute they get it complete if the market is not ready for it.

that's the thing, Their 3000 dollar chip had not yet been built it was having issues, Nvidia was the only one at TMSC that was having issues, And as such it was an Nvidia issue as to why GK 110 wasn't working, Hence they clocked the balls off and taped some features to GK 104 and hoped it worked and it did.
Edited by Rayleyne - 2/5/13 at 12:27pm
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they were equal with the 7970 in favour of more games at launch especialy considering the 7970 is older it won then hands down and won now, Sorry but the 680 while a great card and Gk 104 was a great chip, It didn't beat tahiti XT outright and loses thoroughly now.

Even the TPU review that was quoted by everyone saying the difference between the 680 and 7970 wasn't a big one says that the 680 was the faster card at all resolutions...

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_680/27.html

The 680 launched with higher performance than the 7970 at a lower price. Back then it was about the 7970 and 680 being on par when both were overclocked (7970 or 680 winning by a bit depending on the OCs in question).
 
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Even the TPU review that was quoted by everyone saying the difference between the 680 and 7970 wasn't a big one says that the 680 was the faster card at all resolutions...

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_680/27.html

The 680 launched with higher performance than the 7970 at a lower price. Back then it was about the 7970 and 680 being on par when both were overclocked (7970 or 680 winning by a bit depending on the OCs in question).

^This

The 7970 never took the lead until the GHZ was released with new drivers 6 months later. It was little to late at that point. Nvidia had already raked in most of the sales even though the 7970 came first. Add in the gtx690 which had no competition from Amd failing to have a dual-gpu card. Nvidia easily took this round in profits.
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Even the TPU review that was quoted by everyone saying the difference between the 680 and 7970 wasn't a big one says that the 680 was the faster card at all resolutions...

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_680/27.html

The 680 launched with higher performance than the 7970 at a lower price. Back then it was about the 7970 and 680 being on par when both were overclocked (7970 or 680 winning by a bit depending on the OCs in question).

Unfortunatly alatar my frozen friend, Some of those are within what some would call a margin of error, And i never quoted TPU
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