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I still don't see that much proof of them actually selling well.

Just because they've finally gotten their drivers to work (at least in single card systems) when the 700 is already coming out doesn't mean that people would suddenly be interested in the cards. Maybe on OCN, but the normal PC gamer looking to update his/her PC will hardly look into the improvements AMD has made in the past year.

Fortunately with the next gen they can actually (at east hopefully) get everything working out of the gate.

I've had my 7950 for almost a year and the only issue that cropped up was snow artifacts in Skyrim with AA with one particular driver release.

Nvidia decided to make frame timings an issue because they'd quietly worked on them with the 600 series and felt like there was enough of a difference to make some noise. I'll point out Nvidia having their FCAT hardware waiting to deliver to certain chosen review sites as backing up my assertion.

That said it's these kinds of slugfests between companies that can result in better products for customers and I'm certainly not going to turn down the new AMD drivers that meet or exceed Nvidia's single card frame delivery. Once it's out of beta that is.

I was actually surprised at Techreport's 780 review results regarding the 7970: http://techreport.com/review/24832/nvidia-geforce-gtx-780-graphics-card-reviewed

Considering there was talk of Nvidia baking in some secret sauce hardware tweaks to get their frame timing advantage.
Edited by Vesku - 5/28/13 at 11:57pm
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post #252 of 465
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I still don't see that much proof of them actually selling well.

Just because they've finally gotten their drivers to work (at least in single card systems) when the 700 is already coming out doesn't mean that people would suddenly be interested in the cards. Maybe on OCN, but the normal PC gamer looking to update his/her PC will hardly look into the improvements AMD has made in the past year.

Fortunately with the next gen they can actually (at east hopefully) get everything working out of the gate.

For most Normal PC Gamers spending more then the cost of a 7950/7870XT or 660t is too much, they are not going to get a gtx770,80 or titan.
I know a couple of friends that jumped on getting a 7950 with crysis and bioshock. For the money you can't beat it.
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This is absolutely brilliant. Price drops incoming!
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post #254 of 465
This entire thread is filled with misinformation!

Sorry but the STOCK GTX780 is already 35% faster than the 7970GHz, we have it today, it's available, you can buy it! By the time these come out, Nvidia can drop the price even further. And is $50 really that much of a difference for waiting 6 months? baaasmiley.gif
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When AMD release this nvidia will drop the price of the titan dramatically to stay in the game, and most would buy the titan I would imagine biggrin.gif
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Sorry but the STOCK GTX780 is already 35% faster than the 7970GHz

No, it's not. The overall difference is closer to 20%.

An 8970 with the specs listed here should be a good 10% faster than the GTX 780, and match or beat it's price. If this turn out to be the case it will be well worth consideration for many.
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When AMD release this nvidia will drop the price of the titan dramatically to stay in the game, and most would buy the titan I would imagine biggrin.gif

I'd actually expect the Titan to be discontinued and a 780 Ultra or something to replace it. Keeping the Titan as is and significantly cutting it's cost could start to cannibalize NVIDIAs GPGPU market...better to release a faster 780 with crippled FP64.
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The 8870 specs seem to be somewhat similar to the 7870 Tahiti LE.


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it doesn't make sense you can pick up a AMD Radeon HD 7870 XT right now for 230 and its the same performance if not better then 8850 :\ and thats been avaliable since november of last year

HD8850
Hainan LE 28nm process geometry engine GCN2.0 2 8 ACE2.0 3.5 billion transistor 270mm2
20CU 1280SP 80TMU 32ROPs 256Bit 2GB GDDR5
1000/6000MHz 130W
Floating point performance: 2.56TFlops
Apt-US229
vs HD7870 +15%

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24CU 1536SP 96TMU 32ROPs 256Bit 2GB GDDR5
1100/6000MHz 160W
Floating point performance: 3.38TFlops
Apt-US299
vs HD7870 +40%

The market is what it is and I don't understand what all this "proof" banter is all about. We buy and own the cards we have, and one's justification to whom or whomever doesn't need proof, unless some self-validation to one's purchase is the point. Who knows or cares.
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No, it's not. The overall difference is closer to 20%.

An 8970 with the specs listed here should be a good 10% faster than the GTX 780, and match or beat it's price. If this turn out to be the case it will be well worth consideration for many.
I'd actually expect the Titan to be discontinued and a 780 Ultra or something to replace it. Keeping the Titan as is and significantly cutting it's cost could start to cannibalize NVIDIAs GPGPU market...better to release a faster 780 with crippled FP64.

They just took FP32 performance relative to the cards and presented that as performance. Also, as someone pointed out earlier their numbers do not match up.

And Titan does not really cannibalize the compute market. A Tesla K20/K20X is still leaps and bounds ahead thanks to better BIOS, drivers, ECC and dynamic parallelism. It is nice to have for apps like F@H (if it will ever need 64) and BOINC though.
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What about the new amd cards do you guys think that like with the GK 104 is amd going to cut down on the FP64 cores to save power consumption and focus more on gaming ? redface.gif
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What about the new amd cards do you guys think that like with the GK 104 is amd going to cut down on the FP64 cores to save power consumption and focus more on gaming ? redface.gif

No. GCN was meant to be compute-oriented and none of that FP64 crippling garbage nvidia is doing on kepler
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