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i'll just leave this here...
http://www.amdcomputex.com.tw/
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Well, I just tried playing TW3 for the first time. I can now safely say, whenever the 390X finally rolls around...




This 980... it's just not quite good enough for 1440p and 60 FPS.

After seeing TW3 benches, it's not your card. I'm floored at how bad all cards did - especially after downgradegate. Titan X barely 60fps at 1080p?!?
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After seeing TW3 benches, it's not your card. I'm floored at how bad all cards did - especially after downgradegate. Titan X barely 60fps at 1080p?!?
It's partially Hairworks. Turning that off and a couple other settings (shadows and detail) to high gets me 60-ish with some dips into the 50s. A little more juice would put me over the edge.
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Lets just hope that they don't have Raja Koduri on stage for the presentation. Smart guy, but ranks in the depths as one of the worlds worst show presenters. Wouldn't matter what AMD would show at E3 if they had him present their show.

There is a reason that engineers (especially the electrical/computer ones) are "stereotyped" as socially awkward.

They are even worse than programmers.
post #85 of 88
Hehe look the 4K video card TITAN - X !!!!!




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There is a reason that engineers (especially the electrical/computer ones) are "stereotyped" as socially awkward.

They are even worse than programmers.

That's because nowadays programmer all act like rockstars and have massive egos.
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Hey, I'm a programmer! (my title is technically "software engineer" but same ballpark)

You can argue about TressFX vs HairWorks quality all day, but in the end, as a developer, I strongly prefer open software. To me, TressFX is the obvious winner for that very simple reason. (Besides the fact that it pulls off a similar effect far more efficiently.)

I hate to see Nvidia push so much proprietary technology. (Physx, GameWorks, GSync, CUDA) Especially when there are open source equivalents. Why can't they focus on improving the open standards rather than bringing everything into their walled garden??

Oh right, because $$$.


P.S.
I do not work in the gaming industry. Also, Nvidia does have some cool technology and great products, but their sometimes anti-competitive practices are still a little hard to ignore.

(edited for typos/wording)
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Originally Posted by peateargryphon View Post

Hey, I'm a programmer! (my title is technically "software engineer" but same ballpark)

You can argue about TressFX vs HairWorks quality all day, but in the end, as a developer, I strongly prefer open software. To me, TressFX is the obvious winner for that very simple reason. (Besides the fact that it pulls off a similar effect far more efficiently.)

I hate to see Nvidia push so much proprietary technology. (Physx, GameWorks, GSync, CUDA) Especially when there are open source equivalents. Why can't they focus on improving the open standards rather than bringing everything into their walled garden??

Oh right, because $$$.


P.S.
I do not work in the gaming industry. Also, Nvidia does have some cool technology and great products, but their sometimes anti-competitive practices are still a little hard to ignore.

(edited for typos/wording)

vendor lock-in, yo
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