Originally Posted by SniperTeamTango
No you're right, however just as many people don't care about this unnoticeable frame dropping issue (we are afterall arguing tenths-hundredths of a second here, are we not?) I personally don't consider gaming at 1080p impressive, previous gens have done that well. Lets see something new.
(oh, and my sig rig monitor specs aren't correct any longer btw, Im running 5x 1280, so 6752 x 1024 with correction, on 2 7950s
Not to mention there's tons of other things that people aren't taking into account into which makes which better, again, one has compute the other doesn't. One supports quad gpu layouts, does the other? (I ask as I do not know.) One has better drivers. I'm so tired of inconsequential issues being brought into arguments that there is no way people are actually being harmed by to try and tip the scales.
AFK from this thread for a bit, was just told I was insane because I believe if someone wanted to steal my information, they wouldn't invent million dollar hardware to do it.
nice monitor setup
what does it feel to use one? (because it sounds great but possibly not ideal)
the 660Ti is by hardware capable of supporting a quad setup but Nvidia (aka software level) only permits a Tri setup and wouldn't recognize a forth 660Ti. (not to mention that 660Ti Tri scaling is horrible, or at least AFAIK since i remember a few vids with benches that approve that but was quite the while ago)
Originally Posted by Catscratch
I thought the problem with AMD that these Radeons WANT TO SHOW all the frames that's why they hiccup. Nvidia however intelligently manages the frames on driver level for smoother output. I believe if it was a simple work, AMD would've solved it already. They may be doing extensive re-coding
in the disguise of "New Memory Management".
Nvidia's tech is all hush hush so we don't exactly know what they are doing. (sure making order with frames but who knows maybe they have magic powder hiding in those CUDA cores)
but AMD on the other hand, besides the memory management thing they are working on, works on giving the end user the ability to trade the extreme perf for less stutter and it might be AMD's temporary answer to Nvidia's tech with frame management. (which might be integrated and improved by the 8000 series and i suspect that this is one of the reasons that this gen comes so late for the red camp)