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^ well I prefer Evergreen to Fermi and I prefer Maxwell to Hawaii frown.gif.

Tbh I think Fermi deserved a spanking. Late, hot, consumes a bunch of power, small amount faster (was 10% on release, who knows how drivers changed that) than the AMD counterparts but with a $50 premium.

I can interchange Fermi with bulldozer and your statement will still hold true.
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Am I the only one who realizes the hilarity in this thread? Do you think engineers on the design team would break the NDA that they are a part of? And to post about it on their resume online? Seriously? What is wrong with you people? And then they declare it a 300w gpu. Hello, anyone home? Ya think that isn't reverse trolling?

I assumed it was B.S. since it was from Videocardz and/or WCCF, didn't even bother looking any deeper. This is all about pretending it is true. Kinda like barbie dolls only GPUs.
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I can interchange Fermi with bulldozer and your statement will still hold true.
Thats not a gpu arch doh.gif
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290X was fully unlocked, new cards are 28nm as well but using a different process to make them though which is supposed to be just as good as dropping it to 20nm. Called SOI-FET or something like that. I don't know you are gonna have to ask someone else. Anyway it's supposed to have a new architecture as well so the only thing that's going to be the same is the die size itself. Still all rumors though and I'm only parroting what I've read others who know more than me say.

I am pretty sure @maarten12100 or @Alatar would have more details than either of us, since they are GPU nuts.

I suppose AMD could have just did a new design on 28nm, but......why not 20nm?
    
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Thats not a gpu arch doh.gif

Yes and? The statement holds true for the said product.
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The only difference there could possibly be is the water cooling rigs are actually circulating more air than your air cooling rigs.

*snip*

Moral of the story. It's the fans, not the method of cooling that is making the difference.

Well I hate to tell you, but more fans are part of water cooling. My water cooling rig had I believe 15 fans. My current one (H100i doesn't count as watercooling) has 6. So while the fans may be what are making the difference, that's part of the deal.

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What he said at 8:50 is water cooling puts heat straight into the room while air cooling traps heat inside the case so room is less hot.

Which is basically exactly what I said when I said that water cooling is better at getting heat out than leaving it in.
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Am I the only one who realizes the hilarity in this thread? Do you think engineers on the design team would break the NDA that they are a part of? And to post about it on their resume online? Seriously? What is wrong with you people? And then they declare it a 300w gpu. Hello, anyone home? Ya think that isn't reverse trolling?

I assumed it was B.S. since it was from Videocardz and/or WCCF, didn't even bother looking any deeper. This is all about pretending it is true. Kinda like barbie dolls only GPUs.


You know, there is irony is breaking an NDA in your resume. Oh the ironing. lachen.gifdoh.gif
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I can interchange Fermi with bulldozer and your statement will still hold true.

then there comes tegra jerry.gif
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Aren't their linkedins publicly accessible so this information easily verifiable?
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I assumed it was B.S. since it was from Videocardz and/or WCCF, didn't even bother looking any deeper. This is all about pretending it is true. Kinda like barbie dolls only GPUs.
The computer equivalent of action figures > >.
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I can interchange Fermi with bulldozer and your statement will still hold true.
I...yes I suppose that does work vs. SB > <.
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^ aren't their linkedins publicly accessible so this information easily verifiable?
Yes, I researched the guy and it didn't have any leaked info. More trolling to get viewers I guess.
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