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but to be somewhat serious - there is NO computer or electronic hardware that can do anything any faster than the human body can receive the stimulus of. however, individuals do vary with their perception of that stimulus.

Can't tell if you're trolling or handicapped.

funny i am thinking the same
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but to be somewhat serious - there is NO computer or electronic hardware that can do anything any faster than the human body can receive the stimulus of. however, individuals do vary with their perception of that stimulus.

Can't tell if you're trolling or handicapped.

The avatar gives it away.
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but to be somewhat serious - there is NO computer or electronic hardware that can do anything any faster than the human body can receive the stimulus of. however, individuals do vary with their perception of that stimulus.

Can't tell if you're trolling or handicapped.

The avatar gives it away.

whoa! i didn't see that coming rolleyes.gif
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lol well if you want to use that link as a source:

i guess your perception of sarcasm is rather low . . tongue.gif

but to be somewhat serious - there is NO computer or electronic hardware that can do anything any faster than the human body can receive the stimulus of. however, individuals do vary with their perception of that stimulus.

and i am going to pull the "age card" here - i am 49 years old, took biology in college and lived with an optometrist - i highly doubt anyone here can tell me anything i don't know in this matter - - LOL..
Sorry, if I missed a joke, english is not my native language.
Good try, though at being ironic. Your hypocampus can always generate new cells for you to record new information that you learn with dopamine "enthusiasm" squirts. Don't be so robust about ignorance, imho.
Why don't you play Mass Effect 2; my recent best food for thought, lately.
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My god, I have enough trouble with neuroanatomy in my native language, let alone trying to explain it in a 2nd/3rd/Nth language....
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Sorry, if I missed a joke, english is not my native language.
Good try, though at being ironic. Your hypocampus can always generate new cells for you to record new information that you learn with dopamine "enthusiasm" squirts. Don't be so robust about ignorance, imho.
Why don't you play Mass Effect 2; my recent best food for thought, lately.

ok, no offense but none of that was directed towards you - just the quote of the USAF testing pilots. thumb.gif
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I just read this post and it has to be the most laughable post I've ever read. Hey, did you also know that my 5870 @900mhz beat my 7970@1100 mhz? I'm not talking about benchmarks released on websites, I' m talking about the tests I did myself!

Yeah, probably in DX9-10 titles. In DX11 titles the 7970 kicks the 5870s butt. For a simple reason: its architecture is optimized for it (mainly with heavy tessellation). Besides, the 7970 can clock around 1200mhz on air so what's the point of doing OC'd tests? just bench at stock and compare.
Bench with Heaven benchmark with heavy tesselation and tell us how much more fps does the 7970 does wink.gif
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Yeah, probably in DX9-10 titles. In DX11 titles the 7970 kicks the 5870s butt. For a simple reason: its architecture is optimized for it (mainly with heavy tessellation). Besides, the 7970 can clock around 1200mhz on air so what's the point of doing OC'd tests? just bench at stock and compare.
Bench with Heaven benchmark with heavy tesselation and tell us how much more fps does the 7970 does wink.gif


I'm not sure you're getting the sarcasm in the post you quoted. Or maybe I'm not getting yours....however yours isn't very good....LOL....JK.
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I'm not sure you're getting the sarcasm in the post you quoted. Or maybe I'm not getting yours....however yours isn't very good....LOL....JK.

He is not sarcastic. But he exactly pointed where people with GTX 780 or Titan dont want to see.

If each GPU has different architecture, and each game si optimized in a different manner or using different API, real life numbers from tests may vary. Thats why I re-tested most numbers from reviews, calculated X different factors and came to conclusion that at some point horsepower of the card gets limited by other factor. Thats why FPS in games is not a measure for comparing graphic cards. It just say if specific PC (NOT GPU) can run specific game well, but not which card is better in general.

There are few benchmarks who can do such job, like fillrate benchmarks (as texel and pixel fillrates are important for rendering) and compute benchmarks (which are important PhysX, OpenCL and shaders in general). Titan excelled at fillrate tests, and its results in computing were also very good. But overall score was not 30 percent as people usually are claiming, and the score got reduced on higher resolutions simply because higher res = more influence of graphic memory.

Most benchmarking portals use games, write down FPS not mentioning stutters, only raw numbers, while there is used no real benchmarking methodology.
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AMD GPU14 - We check out Dirt3 being played on three 4K monitors
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showing it off running across three 4k resolution monitors from a pair of AMD Radeon R9 290X GPUs in Crossfire mode is pretty sweet. http://www.tweaktown.com

Edited by Final8ty - 9/28/13 at 3:36am
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