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20nm - What to expect?

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Hey guys I was thinking about it, what can we expect in the near future for GPUs?

Seems like the next amd card will be 28nm and the nvidia will be 20nm. What kind of performance gain we can see with the upgrade for both?
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In mid-Oct AMD releases its Hawaii GPU. 28nm chip and expected to be around Titan perf. As for Nvidia there are no cards planned for 2013. As for 20nm cards they won't be here till Q3 2014.
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what can we expect in the near future for GPUs?

well tons of GPU power for cheap money + DX 11,2 and maybe PCIe 4 support from AMD cuz they making gpus for years ahed
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