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Originally Posted by sepiashimmer View Post

Don't expect it max everything at that resolution. But you'll get around 40FPS with motion blur and AA disabled.

PS: I don't own that card. Kinda wrong of me to reply to your query. Sorry.
with a min of 15fps.
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This card is pretty impressive for its wattage. Big Maxwell's performance is going to be interesting to see.
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This card is pretty impressive for its wattage. Big Maxwell's performance is going to be interesting to see.

at TSMC 20nm the designs are going to be power / TDP constraiined. Even though TSMC 20nm brings a massive 1.9x transistor density wrt TSMC 28nm , it provides a 15% transistor performance gain at the same leakage which is not so impressive

http://www.eda.org/edps/EDP2013/Papers/4-4%20FINAL%20for%20Tom%20Quan.pdf

(see slide 19)

Speed @ same total power

16FF vs 28 HPM - 38% (1.38x)
16FF vs 20 SOC - 20% (1.2x)
20 SOC vs 28HPM - 1.38 / 1.2 = 1.15 (15% perf gain at the same leakage)

So a Maxwell 3072 core GTX 880 (GM104)would do very well to be 40% faster than GTX 780 Ti . the GM100 (or GM200) on a TSMC 16FF is going to be a mind boggling chip. It can easily double the GTX 780 Ti performance. but its mostly going to happen in late 2015.
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at TSMC 20nm the designs are going to be power / TDP constraiined. Even though TSMC 20nm brings a massive 1.9x transistor density wrt TSMC 28nm , it provides a 15% transistor performance gain at the same leakage which is not so impressive

http://www.eda.org/edps/EDP2013/Papers/4-4%20FINAL%20for%20Tom%20Quan.pdf

(see slide 19)

Speed @ same total power

16FF vs 28 HPM - 38% (1.38x)
16FF vs 20 SOC - 20% (1.2x)
20 SOC vs 28HPM - 1.38 / 1.2 = 1.15 (15% perf gain at the same leakage)

So a Maxwell 3072 core GTX 880 (GM104)would do very well to be 40% faster than GTX 780 Ti . the GM100 (or GM200) on a TSMC 16FF is going to be a mind boggling chip. It can easily double the GTX 780 Ti performance. but its mostly going to happen in late 2015.

Yeah, but at what power usage? Likely a good deal less than the GTX 680 which would be very impressive for that kind of performance. And I totally agree that we won't see a large die Maxwell anytime in 2014...
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Yeah, but at what power usage? Likely a good deal less than the GTX 680 which would be very impressive for that kind of performance. And I totally agree that we won't see a large die Maxwell anytime in 2014...

Not going to happen. Beating GTX 780 Ti by 40% is not a small feat even at 225 - 250w. As i said TSMC 20nm brings excellent density increase but unimpressive power improvements (at same clocks) or perf improvements (at same transistor leakage) . You saw from the TSMC slides that 28HPM to 16FF is what brings traditional node improvements in terms of perf and power efficiency gains. In terms of transistor performance gain or power efficiency gain TSMC 20nm is more like a half node though in terms of transistor density increase its a full node. thumb.gif
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with a min of 15fps.

min doesn't matter if it can run game constantly at 40 or more.
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I'm looking to build a med. t.v. gamer with a i3 and would the 750 ti give me a decent FPS on med. to high at 1080P since you guys have tested and have better insight.
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Okay

I have seen a lot about power consumption!

GTX750 Ti vs R9 270? PW? which one is better with whole system

I have seen that R9 270 is better when compare whole power system consumption
Crysis 3
GTX 750 Ti 184W
R9 270 239W

while R9 270 is overall about 35% faster better for higher resolution

So does that mean that R9 270 is better P/W card?
Edited by Themisseble - 3/11/14 at 2:04pm
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R9 270 is more expensive than the 750Ti. The 265 is supposed to be priced on par with the 750Ti.
 
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R9 270 is more expensive than the 750Ti. The 265 is supposed to be priced on par with the 750Ti.

the r7-265 is basically a hd 7850 with a bit of an overclock. i expect it to outperform the 750ti (which is a little slower then the stock 7850) so i wouldn't call that a direct competitor either.
 
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