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lol I can't tell the difference between the once golden child CD Project and UbiFAIL anymore.

Looks like they sold out, but its a good game so I'm not bothered. I actually picked it up for PS4 lol
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So do you guys think my 7970 will be able to run this on medium settings at least?

Ah yeah.
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There is no way a 780Ti can go from being equal to a 290(X) to being less like this.

Don't worry, the 980ti is just around the corner. tongue.gif
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So do you guys think my 7970 will be able to run this on medium settings at least?

Set medium textures, everything else off, possibly pull off 60fps. The 285 is in the same range as your card i believe.
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i never said there wasn't, all i said was Nvidia was no more evil than AMD.

I think I view making an API closed as opposed to open like AMD does as more evil.
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Or is AMD's architecture suddenly so much better?

Maybe?

Or at least in whatever specific thing this game seems to be using.

Or maybe they only had X amount of driver optimization time before launch and they prioritized the Maxwell cards, and over time we'll see more Kepler-related improvements.

Be nice to see another review though, to see if the results are consistent.

Edit: Why didn't they test the 780/780 Ti with Hairworks?
Edited by Forceman - 5/18/15 at 9:51am
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There are things that are possible of Kepler poor performance or all of them.

1) Nvidia might have spend a lot of time optimizing Kepler to keep up with GCN and now they are not.
2) Nvidia are not optimizing Kepler at all.
3) Nvidia are purposely slowing down Kepler and optimizing Maxwell to widen the gap.

maybe all of the above. tongue.gif
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This should change the slogan to : The Way It's Meant to be Played Now.

Didn't you know the slogan is - " The way the consumer is meant to be played" thumb.gif
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Ugh, first two gigs isn't enough on my GTX 770, now this. If any of the R9 3XX series cards are decent, I'm grabbing one of them and selling this.
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Wow. Must say im very dissapointed with Nvidia if this is the kind of performance i can expect from my 780 classy. Seems i might have to run it on low@1440p to get decept fps mad.gif
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Wait so a Titan X with everything maxed (hairworks) gets 50FPS at 1080p? confused.gif
A 980 get 35FPS at 1440p with hair works and ambient occlusion OFF? confused.gif

Nothing can save them from the bad user reviews they are about to receive. That's ridiculous the game is only slightly better looking than a PS4.
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Wait so a Titan X with everything maxed (hairworks) gets 50FPS at 1080p?

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They're telling you, you need to buy a second one stat!
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Guess we need another performance patch. Get to it CDPR! What the heck. mad.gif
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