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so what is batter and faster to have 256bit 4GB or 384bit 3GB
384-bit 3GB in general unless memory clocked incredibly high at which point the 256-bit would be slightly better due to the lesser die space needed among a few other things. You could always have 6GB cards for those few that actually need it, and they would be far less bandwidth starved then the 4GB cards.

This rumour seems fake anyway, from what I've understood the first number is supposed to indicate whether the card is high/mid/low-end and there is supposed to be a letter before the three numbers, as in:
7990's successor would be named R9-D290
7970's successor R9-D270
7950's successor R9-D250
7870's successor R8-D270
8970m's successor R9-M270
etc.

Something along those lines. Otherwise the "9" would be entirely irrelevant.
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It does highly that something is seriously broken with Nvidia GPU's memory controllers, but no one wants to touch the subject. Something with 192GB/s maximum theoretical should not lose to something at 153GB/s theoretical.

Nobody will touch the subject?

Your theory of "something is seriously broken with Nvidia GPU's memory controllers" was debunked by another test Tom's did with updated drivers. There was nothing wrong with the memory, it was a driver optimization.

Perhaps a better subject is why are you presenting homemade graphs, using out of date information, to the OCN community trying to make the Nvidia controllers look bad when that's simply not the truth?
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384-bit 3GB in general unless memory clocked incredibly high at which point the 256-bit would be slightly better due to the lesser die space needed among a few other things. You could always have 6GB cards for those few that actually need it, and they would be far less bandwidth starved then the 4GB cards.

This rumour seems fake anyway, from what I've understood the first number is supposed to indicate whether the card is high/mid/low-end and there is supposed to be a letter before the three numbers, as in:
7990's successor would be named R9-D290
7970's successor R9-D270
7950's successor R9-D250
7870's successor R8-D270
8970m's successor R9-M270
etc.

Something along those lines. Otherwise the "9" would be entirely irrelevant.

the naming scheme is not a rumor, its a fact, its the 2 digits after the 2 that is a mystery, but amd WILL use the R5, R7 and R9 for low end midrange and high end respectively and R2 and R3 for IGP
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It does highly that something is seriously broken with Nvidia GPU's memory controllers, but no one wants to touch the subject. Something with 192GB/s maximum theoretical should not lose to something at 153GB/s theoretical.

Nobody will touch the subject?

Your theory of "something is seriously broken with Nvidia GPU's memory controllers" was debunked by another test Tom's did with updated drivers. There was nothing wrong with the memory, it was a driver optimization.

Perhaps a better subject is why are you presenting homemade graphs, using out of date information, to the OCN community trying to make the Nvidia controllers look bad when that's simply not the truth?
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THIS JUST IN
NEXT GEN NVIDIA GPU TO BE NAMED GTX 4870

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DUAL HIGH END GPU RUMORED TO BE NAMED GTX 4870x2
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attempt at humor and being a comedian has failed I see.
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Truly sad that we have to put up with nonsense like that in our community. It took me literally 5 minutes of research to find out he was telling half the story to make Nvidia look bad. The driver that fixed the issue came out two days after the Tom's article so that issue's been fixed for almost an entire year. Yet somehow that old, out of date information was presented here as fact.
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