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If AMD can hopefully bring out something faster than the 780 for under 599 I'll be all over it. If not, 780 it is. biggrin.gif
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So that design we saw for the low end actually won let's hope for a vapour chamber in the base of the block.
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7970 is just Still King in following smile.gif

1. Open CL Compute.
Its >70% faster than 780 and no support for OpenCL 1.2 even with latest Geforce driver.
http://compubench.com/compare.jsp?config_0=11905561&config_1=15909017

2. Compute Efficiency per watt in Single Precision.
Its 8.17% more efficient in GFLOPS per watt ( 780's 15.9 Gflops/w vs 7970's 17.2 Gflops/w )
Source: Wiki

3. Compute Efficiency per watt in Double Precision.
Its 551% more efficient ( 780's 0.66 Gflops/w vs 7970's 4.3 Gflops/w )
Source: Wiki

4. Full support for DirectX 11.1 and DirectX 11.2
More than Half of .1 features are supported by Nvidia, Unfortunately some of the feature in Battlefiled 4 is not supported by 780.
Source: Google Seacrh

5. Performance per Doller in Current gen gaming.
Cheapest 7970 is $310 while Cheapest 780 is $650.
You will have to pay 109% more for average 20-35% performance increase.


And there is no doubt in 780 that it is average 20-35% faster than 7970 in frames per second in Gaming. thumb.gif

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7970 is just Still King in following smile.gif

1. Open CL Compute.
Its >70% faster than 780 and no support for OpenCL 1.2 even with latest Geforce driver.
http://compubench.com/compare.jsp?config_0=11905561&config_1=15909017

I looked at that rather old benchmark and found this:
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CL_DEVICE_PREFERRED_VECTOR_WIDTH_CHAR 16 4
1
The bottom value is for NVidia. Well there are cards who are doing computation on themselves, and cards which are compute devices. The former is perfectly acceptable in the beginning, I have 1.1 CUDA card which was excellent, but after few iterations they should improve into real compute devices.
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CL_DEVICE_GLOBAL_MEM_CACHE_SIZE 0 16384
196608
This is another funny part.
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3. Compute Efficiency per watt in Double Precision.
Its 551% more efficient ( 780's 0.66 Gflops/w vs 7970's 4.3 Gflops/w )
Source: Wiki
What about integers? 32 bit ones?
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4. Full support for DirectX 11.1 and DirectX 11.2
More than Half of .1 features are supported by Nvidia, Unfortunately some of the feature in Battlefiled 4 is not supported by 780.
Source: Google Seacrh
I searched I didn't find anything.


Scratch that, I looked for any info about price of new RIVE and my sense of humor had vacation.
Edited by Raghar - 9/25/13 at 8:10am
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Originally Posted by sumitlian View Post


7970 is just Still King in following smile.gif

1. Open CL Compute.
Its >70% faster than 780 and no support for OpenCL 1.2 even with latest Geforce driver.
http://compubench.com/compare.jsp?config_0=11905561&config_1=15909017

2. Compute Efficiency per watt in Single Precision.
Its 8.17% more efficient in GFLOPS per watt ( 780's 15.9 Gflops/w vs 7970's 17.2 Gflops/w )
Source: Wiki

3. Compute Efficiency per watt in Double Precision.
Its 551% more efficient ( 780's 0.66 Gflops/w vs 7970's 4.3 Gflops/w )
Source: Wiki

4. Full support for DirectX 11.1 and DirectX 11.2
More than Half of .1 features are supported by Nvidia, Unfortunately some of the feature in Battlefiled 4 is not supported by 780.
Source: Google Seacrh

5. Performance per Doller in Current gen gaming.
Cheapest 7970 is $310 while Cheapest 780 is $650.
You will have to pay 109% more for average 20-35% performance increase.


And there is no doubt in 780 that it is average 20-35% faster than 7970 in frames per second in Gaming. thumb.gif

Ahh...so it's still " king " in everything that's irrelevant to the 99% of people who buy them, got ya!
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This came out this morning: Not sure if its news to anyone but the claims are the R9 280X is not a new GPU, but a rebranded 7970 GE.

“AMD's approach to the next-generation product stack isn't structured too differently from that of NVIDIA's current. The company is launching just one big (high-end) chip, codenamed "Hawaii," based on which it's launching the Radeon R9 290X. It's been detailed to death in our older posts. The Radeon R9 280X, on the other hand, is we're hearing a re-badged Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition. At the most, expect a slight clock speed bump, and a different reference-design board, but for the most part, it's shaping up to be identical. The approach draws parallels with the NVIDIA's lineup. The Radeon R9 290X is expected to compete with the GeForce GTX TITAN, R9 290 with GTX 780, and R9 280X with the GTX 770. While launch of the R9 290 series will be tightly controlled by AMD (i.e., don't expect non-reference designs for a while), the R9 280X will launch entirely by non-reference designs. The three cards will launch a little later this week.” end quote

http://videocardz.com/45877/amd-radeon-r9-280x-rebranded-hd-7970-ghz-edition

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The site is also claiming that R9 290X is faster than GTX 780, while not as fast as TITAN, but that may depend on the settings you choose with the BIOS switch, which is a new standard for reference flagship models from AMD.

http://videocardz.com/45890/amd-radeon-r9-290x-pictured-final-design
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The site is also claiming that R9 290X is faster than GTX 780, while not as fast as TITAN, but that may depend on the settings you choose with the BIOS switch, which is a new standard for reference flagship models from AMD.

http://videocardz.com/45890/amd-radeon-r9-290x-pictured-final-design

Disappointed.

ATI suck balls
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Disappointed.

ATI suck balls

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