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Besides, look at the last few posts, back on topic tongue.gif

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EDIT: Looks like someone (see below) wants to keep derailing this thread...
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Because the jump in perf/watt was bigger, the jump in perf/mm^2 was bigger, quite simple really. Again this does not mean that tahiti is bad, it just means that fermi was lackluster and Kepler was a huge improvement.
Yes but that just shows fermi being weak, doesn't say anything about Kepler.

And again, this is about what NV did with kepler, tahiti beating the 580 (well it should...) doesn't really have anything to do with how NV managed to compete with a 294mm^2 die this time instead of the big 500mm^2+ one.
Improve a lot more in what sense? Adding compute features? That's their problem as much as it was a problem for NV with fermi that was built from the ground up for GPGPU.
Of course the 7970 beat the 580 with lower power consumption it was on 28nm after all, not 40nm. Same goes for the 680 though and in a much more drastic sense.

And no there is nothing laughable about saying that they were going to use GK104 to compete and the decision was made after the 7970 launched. The 680 was originally supposed to be named 670Ti as has been stated many times and if AMD's chips had been faster NV would just have had to be late with introducing Some early GK110 or leaky GK100 to the market. That is what they have done in the past, except this time GK104 and GK100 was designed and built at the same time instead of focusing on the big die first.
Yes it did, they priced it at $500 because the performance of their competitior's GPUs allowed them to. This is what happens each generation with GPUs why would it be different this time?

Because of having acceptable perf with the 680 they didn't have to quickly make more chips to compete with AMD. As I said evem a lot of Titan chips (which are GK110 that was highly refined compared to something like GF100) are from late summer / early autumn. Had NV needed a card as string as Titan they could have released in smaller quantities back then which was only around 6-8 months after Tahiti not much more than Fermi was late. Had they wanted to release a 13 SMX part they could most likely have done it faster.
The only reason to name GK104 680 instead of 670Ti was that it could compete with Tahiti. It's all about competition, the GPU manufacturers don't just go and do what they want. If AMD releases first, NV's release will be reactionary, and so on.
This makes no sense, architecturally it's the biggest jump since G80.
Yes there is, NV has had to do it a lot in the past, pretty much all generations have had NV use their big die. It's just simple business 101 that they would use a cheaper to manufacture product when possible.

If AMD forced NV to release something faster then they would unless they are unable to do so because of transistor budgets or something (the situation where AMD is atm)
As I've stated previously they could have brought out even the GK110 used in the Titan some 6-8 months after Tahiti launch, just like what happened with fermi. Nothing states that the GPU they bring out first has to be the flagship or named the 680, indeed it wasn't supposed to be (670Ti) but then the 7970 launched and the naming scheme got changed
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Every post you make to counter mine is made up of absolute guesswork and baseless assumptions. You don't work for Nvidia. You have no idea what they would have or will do, you just have a leaked supposed 670Ti and what Nvidia did in the past with Fermi as your "evidence". There are all kinds of possibilities for why they did what they did, most likely revolving around higher profit margins. Sure they could've been late with GK110 like they were with GF100 and they could've again been a laughing stock. My opinion (and all any of this is is opinion) is that they aren't EVER going to go that route again, regardless of what AMD releases. I'll just quote an old buddy of mine from OCN (Ballathefeared):

"Let's argue over who's opinion is right. Threads never get locked that way."

As far as comparison between Titan and the 7970 goes, you're right, it runs around 30% most of the time (though the difference is only 14% in Crysis and 20% in BF3 in my internal testing). You said that 30% was such an impressive number yet the fact that the 7970 beat the 580 by that much a year ago was supposedly not enough to warrant Nvidia going with the "Fermi" strategy? Let me ask you this, just how much better did the 7970 have to be over the 580 for Nvidia to employ this Fermi scenario where they are very late with a very limited number of cards at a very high price? 40%? 50%? You've already said that 30% is a massive, "blowing the doors off" number so why was the 7970 beating Nvidia's flagship (at the time) by 30% seen as such an underwhelming performance? Doesn't make sense to me...
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the competitive banter between you two and 'Blade' as a third was a good read...
but now can we just grouphug.gif it out and be cool..?

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You still haven't said what's wrong with my small essay on GPU pricing. It's not guesswork and it clearly shows you why pricing is like this at the moment. I'm just asking what's wrong about it.

Anyways, how the 7970 did against the 580 is a non issue, All that mattered when it came to what NV was going to release, when they were going to release it and at what price point, was how the 7970 did against Kepler. Mainly GK104 since it was ready first. As long as the difference between tahiti and GK104 was the same as it is now it wouldn't have mattered a single bit even if the 7970 was 400% faster than the 580.

It's just business 101, NV and AMD are direct competitors in the high end GPU market. When one releases a product the other will react to that with a different product. How that product is priced depends on the performance and price of the product that was first to the market. (it's also good to note that usually in the GPU scene this only applies to products of the same generation though the effect can sometimes trickle down to leaps between generations).
 
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Just seen a video review of this little card by Linus on YT, looks like a really nice product for the price, you also get 2GB Vram.
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Every post you make to counter mine is made up of absolute guesswork and baseless assumptions. You don't work for Nvidia. You have no idea what they would have or will do, you just have a leaked supposed 670Ti and what Nvidia did in the past with Fermi as your "evidence". There are all kinds of possibilities for why they did what they did, most likely revolving around higher profit margins. Sure they could've been late with GK110 like they were with GF100 and they could've again been a laughing stock. My opinion (and all any of this is is opinion) is that they aren't EVER going to go that route again, regardless of what AMD releases. I'll just quote an old buddy of mine from OCN (Ballathefeared):

"Let's argue over who's opinion is right. Threads never get locked that way."

As far as comparison between Titan and the 7970 goes, you're right, it runs around 30% most of the time (though the difference is only 14% in Crysis and 20% in BF3 in my internal testing). You said that 30% was such an impressive number yet the fact that the 7970 beat the 580 by that much a year ago was supposedly not enough to warrant Nvidia going with the "Fermi" strategy? Let me ask you this, just how much better did the 7970 have to be over the 580 for Nvidia to employ this Fermi scenario where they are very late with a very limited number of cards at a very high price? 40%? 50%? You've already said that 30% is a massive, "blowing the doors off" number so why was the 7970 beating Nvidia's flagship (at the time) by 30% seen as such an underwhelming performance? Doesn't make sense to me...

 

If Pitcairn XT tied or barely lost to GK104 and Tahiti XT had at least a 20%+ gain over GK104, nVidia would have been forced to woodscrew again and position it against Pitcairn as it was intended to. Note $350 was about the pricepoint of Pitcairn XT at that point.

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If Pitcairn XT tied or barely lost to GK104 and Tahiti XT had at least a 20%+ gain over GK104, nVidia would have been forced to woodscrew again and position it against Pitcairn as it was intended to. Note $350 was about the pricepoint of Pitcairn XT at that point.

Its possible with some settings ( high AA) pitcairn to tie or win against gk104

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-660-ti-memory-bandwidth-anti-aliasing,3283-10.html
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If Pitcairn XT tied or barely lost to GK104 and Tahiti XT had at least a 20%+ gain over GK104, nVidia would have been forced to woodscrew again and position it against Pitcairn as it was intended to. Note $350 was about the pricepoint of Pitcairn XT at that point.

Its possible with some settings ( high AA) pitcairn to tie or win against gk104

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-gtx-660-ti-memory-bandwidth-anti-aliasing,3283-10.html
sorry bro but I have to say it... 'Not that thread from Tom's again...?' I get your point but smh..
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Every post you make to counter mine is made up of absolute guesswork and baseless assumptions. You don't work for Nvidia. You have no idea what they would have or will do, you just have a leaked supposed 670Ti and what Nvidia did in the past with Fermi as your "evidence". There are all kinds of possibilities for why they did what they did, most likely revolving around higher profit margins. Sure they could've been late with GK110 like they were with GF100 and they could've again been a laughing stock. My opinion (and all any of this is is opinion) is that they aren't EVER going to go that route again, regardless of what AMD releases. I'll just quote an old buddy of mine from OCN (Ballathefeared):

"Let's argue over who's opinion is right. Threads never get locked that way."

As far as comparison between Titan and the 7970 goes, you're right, it runs around 30% most of the time (though the difference is only 14% in Crysis and 20% in BF3 in my internal testing). You said that 30% was such an impressive number yet the fact that the 7970 beat the 580 by that much a year ago was supposedly not enough to warrant Nvidia going with the "Fermi" strategy? Let me ask you this, just how much better did the 7970 have to be over the 580 for Nvidia to employ this Fermi scenario where they are very late with a very limited number of cards at a very high price? 40%? 50%? You've already said that 30% is a massive, "blowing the doors off" number so why was the 7970 beating Nvidia's flagship (at the time) by 30% seen as such an underwhelming performance? Doesn't make sense to me...

I will point out the problem with your logic...

You are comparing a 7970 on 28nm and a new archtecture, to a 580 on 40nm and an old architecture.

Titan is 28nm and is on average 34% faster than a 7970 on the same 28nm process, which is a proper comparison.

Also, saying the 7970 was 30% faster at release is far from accurate.

12%


@1200p 5%


2%


15%


21%


20%


12% again


17%


5%


At a lower resolution it lost to a 580?


The only 33% result I found was:


37%


While the 7970 was 37% faster than a 580, Titan is 60% faster than a 7970GE in the same game.

Titan on the other hand is on AVG 34% faster than a 7970GE, with year old drivers.



You have a Titan, why is it so hard for you to accept these facts?

I don't feel like doing the numbers, maybe someone else will, but if you compare the numbers of 6970 to 7970 on release vs 580 to Titan on release, I guarantee you that Titan's numbers are far more impressive than the 6970 to 7970 numbers.
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sorry bro but I have to say it... 'Not that thread from Tom's again...?' I get your point but smh..

I dont talk to you. So...
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