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Nvidia: play games now
Amd: play games later. Maybe.
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Nvidia: play games now
Amd: play games later. Maybe.

They both play games now and later.
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They both play games now and later.
I think that nVidia is playing games now, and forcing the users to buy the next Playing game now. While AMD are using 1 leg for Now and 1 leg for Later. But the Now leg has stepped on crap before, and it still kinda stinks. The other one is doing good, but as a whole you still get a bit smelly.
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I think that nVidia is playing games now, and forcing the users to buy the next Playing game now. While AMD are using 1 leg for Now and 1 leg for Later. But the Now leg has stepped on crap before, and it still kinda stinks. The other one is doing good, but as a whole you still get a bit smelly.

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Its good to see the 290X performing that well at 1440p. Not going to be playing the game though, just not my type. Not a fan of Star Wars either.
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No one said Nvidia performs worse over time, it just simply stops making performance gains while AMD performance gets better through time.

I wouldn't be surprised if Nvidia did this on purpose so then the consumer is felt obligated to upgrade every year. Nvidia marketing 101
what's wrong with optimizing your cards to run at 100% of their capabilities at launch ? They're optimizing them on purpose. haha. AMD gets less worse over time, maybe better but that took a year of time, maybe more for the 290x. How do you explain a card actually gaining performance over time ? Has it been working out and eating healthy ? Frankly I can't see Fury X matching 980ti in dx11 next summer still, might pull away in dx12 but might turn out to be slower as well, who knows.
And maybe I should've written it first but having one 2013 card which is now faster than another 2013 card but it wasn't in 2013 is not that stunning as (some) people seem to make it. Both are far behind the latest cards now. If I were to choose to a) have 100% performance on my card from day one or b) have 85% now with 1% improvement every month for the next 36 months I'd be glad to take 100% now. In 36 months I'll buy one that is 2x faster.
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I think that nVidia is playing games now, and forcing the users to buy the next Playing game now. While AMD are using 1 leg for Now and 1 leg for Later. But the Now leg has stepped on crap before, and it still kinda stinks. The other one is doing good, but as a whole you still get a bit smelly.
they're free to choose to run with crap on one of their sneakers, boasting the other one is clean.
Edited by Klocek001 - 10/7/15 at 11:02am
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Even under DX11 AMD is doing good, any news on whether or not BF is getting a DX12 update?
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Can this demo be downlaoded?
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Originally Posted by Klocek001 View Post

what's wrong with optimizing your cards to run at 100% of their capabilities at launch ? They're optimizing them on purpose. haha. AMD gets less worse over time, maybe better but that took a year of time, maybe more for the 290x. How do you explain a card actually gaining performance over time ? Has it been working out and eating healthy ? Frankly I can't see Fury X matching 980ti in dx11 next summer still, might pull away in dx12 but might turn out to be slower as well, who knows.
And maybe I should've written it first but having one 2013 card which is now faster than another 2013 card but it wasn't in 2013 is not that stunning as (some) people seem to make it. Both are far behind the latest cards now.

If devs actually start using Async, which is probably the biggest benefit of DX12, then we do know AMD will pull away. Nvidia just don't have the hardware to compete on that front.

I don't know why people assume AMD are going to beat Nvidia under DX11. AMD have been beaten for years using that API, no reason to think they will improve, especially when they're focusing on DX12.
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If devs actually start using Async, which is probably the biggest benefit of DX12, then we do know AMD will pull away. Nvidia just don't have the hardware to compete on that front.

I don't know why people assume AMD are going to beat Nvidia under DX11. AMD have been beaten for years using that API, no reason to think they will improve, especially when they're focusing on DX12.

Most Nvidia current users are not looking at AMD side but Pascal instead. They are going to have to upgrade and when they do Pascal will be a easy choice. Only problem is if Pascal also lacks A-Sync.
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