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not interested all of this

can't wait for GTX 800 series or R9 300 series.

GTX 860 at $299 will perform as Titan biggrin.gif

pattern of GPU technology.tongue.gif

Not likely. If we see the pattern before where a 480 and 570 are in competition as the same with 770 and 680 being on par. I'd guess that the performance of a 870 would be on par. I might be wrong and Nvidia might blow us away with Maxwell.
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Not likely. If we see the pattern before where a 480 and 570 are in competition as the same with 770 and 680 being on par. I'd guess that the performance of a 870 would be on par. I might be wrong and Nvidia might blow us away with Maxwell.

If you go by that logic then why was the 670 so much better than the 580 ??? biggrin.gif

Don't forget Maxwell will most likely be 20nm. So a 870 performing like a Titan would be rather disappointing.
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Not likely. If we see the pattern before where a 480 and 570 are in competition as the same with 770 and 680 being on par. I'd guess that the performance of a 870 would be on par. I might be wrong and Nvidia might blow us away with Maxwell.

480 (gf100)->570 (gf110) were both 40nm, and had the same number of cuda cores.  680 (gk104)->770(gk104) both 28nm, and same exact GPU core / cuda count.  

 

Maxwell should be a die shrink to 20nm, so it's not really comparable to anything out right now.  I mean at the end of the day the performance might be similar between the mid-range Maxwell offering and the current higher-end Kepler offerings, but it won't directly comparable like the GPUs you mentioned.


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If you go by that logic then why was the 670 so much better than the 580 ??? biggrin.gif

Don't forget Maxwell will most likely be 20nm. So a 870 performing like a Titan would be rather disappointing.

670 was very close to the 680, wasn't it? Like I said, I might be wrong, but that's just my opinion.
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are you even reading what people are writing here? If you are on drugs atleast share them with us who-let-rip-smiley.png

There are better ways to respond if you don't agree with me. Childish jabs aren't the way to respond to other people.
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Not likely. If we see the pattern before where a 480 and 570 are in competition as the same with 770 and 680 being on par. I'd guess that the performance of a 870 would be on par. I might be wrong and Nvidia might blow us away with Maxwell.
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670 was very close to the 680, wasn't it? Like I said, I might be wrong, but that's just my opinion.

Let's see if I can explain it better.

570 & 480 are both Fermi cards, and have the same amount of cores. The 570 is a tweaked 480.
680 & 770 are both Kepler cards, and have the same amount of cores. The 770 is a refreshed 680.

Titan & 860 would be Kepler vs Maxwell, and the likelihood of Maxwell's midrange GPU = Titan performance is likely.

That's why your comparisons don't add up to refute what he said.
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There are better ways to respond if you don't agree with me. Childish jabs aren't the way to respond to other people.

Yeah but I don't know you are getting what we are saying here. You are trying to have an opinion on something that has actual facts. You said:
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Not likely. If we see the pattern before where a 480 and 570 are in competition as the same with 770 and 680 being on par. I'd guess that the performance of a 870 would be on par. I might be wrong and Nvidia might blow us away with Maxwell.

You are comparing the 480 to the 570. which are both 40nm and only a refresh. Then you compare a 770 and 680. This is actually the same chip, but you don't compare the 580 to the 670. This is where we actually get the performance jump. We go from 40nm to 28nm there.
The same thing is going to happen with Maxwell and 20nm. We are on 28nm right now. So we are going from 28nm GTX 780/Titan to 20nm Maxwell cards.

You are completely forgetting that there will be a new manufacturing technology at hand.
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Let's see if I can explain it better.

570 & 480 are both Fermi cards, and have the same amount of cores.
680 & 770 are both Kepler cards, and have the same amount of cores.

Titan & 860 would be Kepler vs Maxwell, and the likelihood of Maxwell's midrange GPU = Titan performance is likely.

That's why your comparisons don't add up to refute what he said.

Thank you! That's what I wanted to see. That makes more sense to me now.
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Wait, how is that any different than what I posted?

 

[edit]  Oh, I guess I said might, instead of likely.

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Wait, how is that any different than what I posted?

it is not, but 2010rig went all preschool teacher on him biggrin.gif
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