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Says the person with the 8970. Lol at least n_v does a refresh. AMD just point blank re-names them!!!
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That should be about right.

Another guy who has no idea what he's talking about. The current AMD 8XXX series is for OEM only, meaning not for the retail channel. AMD haven't rebranded any desktop Retail GPU's like Nvidia has.

Nvidia has rebranded an entire generation, the 780 is in fact a rebranded GTX titan with some disabled cuda cores and less vram, the 770 is infact a rebranded GTX 680 with overclock and so on..

Should read more before making incorrect statements.
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post #52 of 234
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Another guy who has no idea what he's talking about. The current AMD 8XXX series is for OEM only, meaning not for the retail channel. AMD haven't rebranded any desktop Retail GPU's like Nvidia has.

Nvidia has rebranded an entire generation, the 780 is in fact a rebranded GTX titan with some disabled cuda cores and less vram.

By your definition of rebranding then the 670 is just a rebranded 680 with fewer CUDA cores, and the 660 Ti is just a rebranded 670 with even fewer cores and one less memory controller. Obviously this is not the case, which means that your definition is bunk.

Before you go around saying that others have no idea what they're talking about, perhaps you ought to get your own house in order first.
Edited by svenge - 6/6/13 at 3:29am
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AMDs single GPU drivers are pretty much on par with Nvidias right now and anyone who tells you otherwise hasn't got a clue. The reason it took AMD so long to put out good drivers for the 7K series is because they are a new architecture so they had to find out how to properly code drivers for the thing which took awhile (pretty much what happened with fermi (GTX480)) so i don't understand how you can blindly ignore one company doing it yet attack the other for it svenge.

If the driver team had been on the ball right from the start, AMD would have a higher market share than what they do. Nvidia would have been forced to release cards slower than AMDs and the discrete gpu landscape would be changed.

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-drivers-geforce-gtx-480,2875.html

That link compares the year of driver releases for the GTX 480. I don't see where any there could be compared to what happened with 12.11 at all.
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Well for $120 more you get better drivers, and at midrange card prices you'd be upgrading in 8 months to better tech smile.gif

Better drivers? People still say this crap for single cards? Have you guys any idea of how atrocious Nvidia's drivers are at the moment? In fact, their entire series of 320 drivers have been downright awful.
you defend you personal choice in hardware with so much vigor....
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These better drop current 670 prices way low, I want SLI!
 
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That's nice.

Im still waiting on your intel killer benchmarks. Better hurry as my haswell rig will be up tomorrow and you have no shot of beating those benchmarks
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These better drop current 670 prices way low, I want SLI!
I SLI'd my 670's about one month ago, it's a better move then selling and then upgrading to another single card solution for most
if they have the mobo to support it.
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If the driver team had been on the ball right from the start, AMD would have a higher market share than what they do. Nvidia would have been forced to release cards slower than AMDs and the discrete gpu landscape would be changed.

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/geforce-drivers-geforce-gtx-480,2875.html

That link compares the year of driver releases for the GTX 480. I don't see where any there could be compared to what happened with 12.11 at all.
uh.. what do you mean? There are many gains in that driver comparison... sometimes well over 50% and quite afew of them settle in the 10% mark just like the 12.11s...

When the 480 came out it was faster then the HD5870 but it wasn't by much (just like how the 7970 wasn't that much faster then the GTX580) fast forward afew months and the gap between the 480 and 5870 was significant (same as 7970 vs 580). Okay i agree but when did i say otherwise or even imply it? I was just pointing out svenges all too common hypocrisy.
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I SLI'd my 670's about one month ago, it's a better move then selling and then upgrading to another single card solution for most
if they have the mobo to support it.
Yep, I feel the same way. If I was going to a 780 it'd be a different story but I don't think I need to spend that kind of money right now for the current games. Maybe once the new consoles have hit the market and games become a lot closer to what they should be I'll need to upgrade but that will not be for a good year or more.
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