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Should have said "slower" wink.gif

Or read one of the 40 other posts dissecting that slide. wink.gif
post #762 of 910
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Ohhh. Interesting, thanks.

...is the performance cost of downsampling from higher resolutions worth it? Couldn't I simply apply a solid amount of AA to my native resolution at a similar (or better) performance cost?
post #763 of 910
I have 2x evga 680s 4gb cards and they are more than capable. i would only consider 2 titans but at 900 USD and probably 1200 AUD. i would rather get the ASUS ROG ARES II Dual HD7970 and get a cool briefcase and water cooling. lol
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Or read one of the 40 other posts dissecting that slide. wink.gif

Sorry, i have life and can't spend it reading 70+ pages on a card that still isn't out yet wink.gif
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In my mind it isnt that you could achieve the same performance with 2 gtx 680s its the fact that if you go 3 or 4 way sli you will not only get a better performance but also 6GB of ram! Which any of you who have tried to run 512x512 or higher in minecraft or ultra high texture mods in other games should know will be absolutely amazing.

Oh and trying to do those mods at 1440p or higher...
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Sorry, i have life and can't spend it reading 70+ pages on a card that still isn't out yet wink.gif

Lucky for all of us then, that we get people reposting them every 5 pages. smile.gif
post #767 of 910
wow is that 3dmark 11 X score starting with 4 ? that would be really pathetic for £899 card.
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wow is that 3dmark 11 X score starting with 4 ? that would be really pathetic for £899 card.

If it helps you could imagine that this is what the GTX 680 should have been all along, and then marvel at the performance you could have gotten for $500.

Not saying that would have ever happened, but a man can dream.
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Ohhh. Interesting, thanks.

...is the performance cost of downsampling from higher resolutions worth it? Couldn't I simply apply a solid amount of AA to my native resolution at a similar (or better) performance cost?

IMO no. You may achieve similar results, but the thing about something like MSAA is that it doesn't work on surfaces whereas down-sampling works on every surface. You could use MSAA + an injection method like FXAA, but you also reduce image quality since it's a post-process technique.

+Better than the Injection methods because it doesn't reduce IQ at all
+Better than "real" methods because it isn't limited to edges
-Downside is that it cost more resources
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post #770 of 910
I find it amazing that everyone is concerned with the price being out of their range. You could say the same thing about the 3970x or 3960x cpus. For half the price you can get slightly lower performance, however people still buy it for the small increase. Its when you get to the top that just a small perrformance gain can cost the most. Thats my opinion at least.
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