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what are you even talking about? A dec-jan release of vi would put it exactly 2 years after the 7xxx release. Why would nvidia release (or even be able to release) maxwell this year? They have stated from the start maxwell is a 2014 release. And confirmed a late 2013 release of vi which could very well slip to q1 2014. I doubt and would wait 29 months to release a lineup.

proof of vi release in q1 2014 please. Exactly, there are non.

it is not how they work.
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Ty sir...I fell in love with the sm8 white case...I can't wait for the volcanic island, the case is going to house it with pedestal base, housing 2-480 rads smile.gif

Why VI if Maxwell is here soon enough!
post #1723 of 2543
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Why VI if Maxwell is here soon enough!

I don't want to change my master plan...I'm planing to do a build log with the volcanic Island and SM8 X series sexiness....later this year or next year whenever VI comes out...It will be a magnificent build I promise. It will top the April mod of month 2013 in terms of dollars spent smile.gif
    
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I'd love to try these in sli
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post #1725 of 2543
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proof of vi release in q1 2014 please. Exactly, there are non.

it is not how they work.

You aren't even reading my posts. AMD said an end 2013 release for VI. http://www.tomshardware.com/news/Volcanic-Islands-GPU-Sea-Island,22443.html

I said it "could" slip to q1 2014, kinda like the 7xxx (paper launch in DEC., hardware available January)

Do realize that everything you have stated about releases is completely wrong. I suggest you read the articles people post and actually listen to those who have information for you.
     
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This is my actual rig with Zotac cooler, its still 23'C in the case even when it was closed. (Ambient at 22'C today)


Have you ever seen a build scream for Volcanic Island?

Man, I got the biggest bonner i've ever had. WOW, I can hear the sound in my head "QUAD DAMAGE"

Seen the video, it seems like it's really noisy? Is it or just the video's audio?
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Man, I got the biggest bonner i've ever had. WOW, I can hear the sound in my head "QUAD DAMAGE"

Seen the video, it seems like it's really noisy? Is it or just the video's audio?

No its the camera microphone that is very sensitive, you can even hear me breath in the vid. Its the vertical fan in the room that is noisy.

I have fan controller on each fans wink.gif

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You aren't even reading my posts. AMD said an end 2013 release for VI. http://www.tomshardware.com/news/Volcanic-Islands-GPU-Sea-Island,22443.html

I said it "could" slip to q1 2014, kinda like the 7xxx (paper launch in DEC., hardware available January)

Do realize that everything you have stated about releases is completely wrong. I suggest you read the articles people post and actually listen to those who have information for you.

I was talking about a 28nm. VI wont have 20nm unfortunately. Plus I never said next amd gpus wont come out later this year/. Now sure why you were confused.
post #1729 of 2543
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I was talking about a 28nm. VI wont have 20nm unfortunately. Plus I never said next amd gpus wont come out later this year/. Now sure why you were confused.

Because you have any info about Vi. We dont know anything about VI. It is 28nm or 20nm? We dont know
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Taking into consideration that AMD released the HD 7790 with more cores than the HD 7770 and yet only uses a trivial amount more power while performing considerably better, I'd say that even with all the compute prowess (that is also a burden on TDP), AMD can certainly release a card to compete with the GTX 780 if they want. They already have the 3 GB of VRAM on a 384-bit bus at 6 Ghz, the only increase in power consumption will come from the added cores (and then somewhat mitigated by an improved 28nm process and tweaks to the architecture).

I would personally wait before making a decision. If AMD would release a new top of the line together with a beta version of their frame pacing drivers, Nvidia would have serious competition. Of course this is all wishful thinking, according to the latest information AMD is supposed to only release the new generation of cards later in the year. Guess Nvidia will have the summer for themselves.
you want people to wait 2-3 months to see if MAYBE amd announces something, that's logical. Why not just wait 7 or 8 months, or a year, then maybe they'll have something

I don't want people to do anything, it's my opinion... on wishful thinking that they might bundle the beta drivers with some sort of surprise, the drivers are supposed to be released next month or in July, but yes, wishful thinking like I said, sorry I didn't make it more clear on what I meant exactly.

But yeah, like mcg75 and 2010rig said, this is a duopoly, so yeah, this kind of situation is likely to keep happening.

But I just can't help to feel disappointed that by comparing this card to the Titan, Nvidia sure does make it sound like a good deal based on price, as this means we are going back to 2008's GTX 280' price.

Back in late 2010, when Nvidia released the GTX 580, you got more cores, more GPU speed and memory speed and a slightly lower TDP compared to the GTX 480, all on the same process, thanks to not only the advancements in the manufacturing technology but also some architectural tweaks, and the price was the same.

Now you are getting more cores, more power consumption, the same VRAM and memory channels AMD has had in their top of the line since the beginning of last year, and less compute performance than the GTX 580, all for more money.

So, in essence, compared to the GTX 480 -> GTX 580, in the GTX 680 -> GTX 780 comparison you're getting more of a lot of things, including TDP, some of which were due last year (the GTX 680 has the same memory bandwidth as the GTX 580), and less compute performance for more money. There is nothing mindblowing here. Just Nvidia playing with people's perceptions of a premium product (reference to Titan), while the GTX 780 has double precision disabled.
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