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post #181 of 910
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I don't think you're able to read the chart to well..  (Your figures^ are all wrong)

The Titan is normalized in the graph, or you are having problems with simple mathmatics. Titan is not 47% faster than a 7970 in crisis, but 32% faster. Not 53% faster than the 680, but 35% faster... 
This is the funniest one. tongue.gif Insert foot in mouth.
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post #182 of 910
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Sorry bro... you math is still wrong^.


Because you are trying to take a number, and make a percentage out of it...  when the chart is already percentages, normalized around the Titan...
Heck, even a retard looking at the graph can tell you, that the bar for the Titan is not twice as long as the 680 in Crysis 2, so how can it be 53% faster..?  Everything in that chart is normalized on the titan, in percentages...   thus all you have to do is LOOK (or add/subtract) to see the percentages of faster, or slower.

Why are you trying to divide a percentage..?  They are BOTH already divided by 100%... (ie normalized around the Titan)..


post #183 of 910
Looks very good! Damn i want 3-way TITAN smile.gif
post #184 of 910
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~35% is similar as the change from a 6970 to a 7970.

And again all these single titan numbers are on 1200p and no one should use a titan on that res...

Why not? I still prefer my 55" HX929 (1080p over 55" at 6 1/2 feet) over my 27" Samsung 970D (1440p over 27" at less than 2 feet). This monitor is considered by many to be the best 1440p on the market. I did some pretty serious comparisons between them this weekend. Simply put, no IPS/PLS panel seems to be able to beat the contrast ratio my HX929 offers. Not even close. Local dimming is amazing, and no monitors seems to have it. The black levels on every IPS/PLS panel i've seen seems entirely gray compared to my HX929. Every IPS/PLS seems to have noticeable backlight bleeding too...

Maybe it's not fair to compare a $3000 TV, to a $1000 monitor.. but I have a very hard time finding something I prefer more. I will probably try the U3014 when it releases, but i'm almost positive i'll return it and go back to my HX929.

1080p for life?
Edited by Murlocke - 2/18/13 at 10:11am
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Well, we may not have received proper specs or benchmarks today, but at least the 18th of February can go down in history as the day it was proven half of OCN sucks at math. redface.gif
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hypothetical math thread... tongue.gif

hard maths are hard



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ontopic: these "expert reviews" fail expertly
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post #187 of 910
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I wonder how many times we'll see people who don't know how percentages work.

Pro tip: 7970 is 32% slower than a titan but that doesn't mean a titan is 32% faster. (talking about the crysis test there)

 

 

A percentage is just that bro... 

 

32% is vastly different than 32.  Because 32 can mean many things, it can be 32 out of 1,245... but a percentage is always out of 100%. (ie: What percent is 32, out of 1,245..?)

 

So yes, in that chart, it can be read both ways, because no matter what, the titan is normalized at 100% already. (derp)

 

What do you (& others) think the charts means.. (lol)  It is based on 100% of the capabilities of the Titan... already (normalized). So if something shows 65% on the chart, then it has 65% of the performance of the Titan and lacks 35% of it capabilities. Understand, we are already talking about 100% of something, not an open-ended figure with no known endpoint.

 

 

 

 

Edit*

All you people attempting to laugh @ me are quite ignorant. You divide to get a percentage...  , but when the value is already in percentages and normalized, you don't.


Edited by formula m - 2/18/13 at 10:20am
post #188 of 910
Seriously with my sig rig I can barely play FarCry 3 max settings at 1920x1080 (Which still lags some) and to play it in 2D surround I would probably have to use low settings for playable frame rates. Isn't it time we get hardware that will let us play these games smoothly, especially since we are paying plenty to do just that (TONS more than the cost of a console)!

IF the TITAN rumors are true then MAYBE we can enjoy all the money we spent trying to play the games we buy the way they were meant to be played. IMO we should be able to enjoy multi monitor 3D at this point without having to wait years for hardware to catch up!
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hypothetical math thread... tongue.gif

hard maths are hard



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ontopic: these "expert reviews" fail expertly
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Since when did Nvidia = Best bang for the bucks?
And since when did Nvidia buyers care too much about performance/dollar?
In the meantime AMD owners try to convince people that performance/dollar is everything.

Its a vicious circle that keeps repeating itself over and over and over and over and over and over again. rolleyes.gif

in a way it's a good thing: creating competition and standards. i.e. competition is fierce but company A has the usual 123 features and standards (also color tongue.gif ) and company B has their usual 456 features and their standards. only in this generation both companies had not too different features and quite the interesting card series that almost matched each other in the high end segment (if considering some OC) and the middle to low end had, almost, a card to each price point with it's relative and appropriate performance. (exceptions are some NV cards and a well known driver update)


but IMO both camps (note: not the companies themselves) should strive for best price to performance ratio (as i recall the notorious 560Ti) and the expensive high end Enthusiast segment that starts to have some diminishing returns for the $ but they get the exclusiveness and performance of the high end and huge e-Peen biggrin.gif
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