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LOL doesn't work that way. Great conspiracy theory however. What breaks the theory is that it would mean two NVidia hybrids would work together better, which don't

Conspiracy theories sound ridiculous sometimes don't they? Ala NVIDIA gimping their own cards.
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Conspiracy theories sound ridiculous sometimes don't they? Ala NVIDIA gimping their own cards.

Because NVIDIA is not a business who's end goal is to make more money but rather a charity organization for gamers. I knew planned obsolescence was a farce and everyone and everybody is just swell (with swell and charitable intentions).

Not saying it happened but I'm definitely not saying that it couldn't happen (or ever cross a companies mind (with such a market share (and brand recognition (and persuadable income (ect ect))))

Honestly it was probably a lack of driver optimizations when it came to Keplar - that coupled with being much weaker at tesselation.

Three layers of aluminum btw wink.gif
Edited by pengs - 11/1/15 at 6:32pm
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Because NVIDIA is not a business who's end goal is to make more money but rather a charity organization for gamers. I knew planned obsolescence was a farce and everyone and everybody is just swell (with swell and charitable intentions).

Not saying it happened but I'm definitely not saying that it couldn't happen (or ever cross a companies mind (with such a market share (and brand recognition (and persuadable income (ect ect))))

Honestly it was probably a lack of driver optimizations when it came to Keplar - that coupled with being much weaker at tesselation.

Three layers of aluminum btw wink.gif

They definitely didn't optimise on purpose to show the 'power' of Maxwell.

The one thing I will give nVidia credit for is they continue to support even ancient and outdated chips like the 9 series. AMD dropped support for the 4 series long ago.
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Because NVIDIA is not a business who's end goal is to make more money but rather a charity organization for gamers. I knew planned obsolescence was a farce and everyone and everybody is just swell (with swell and charitable intentions).

Not saying it happened but I'm definitely not saying that it couldn't happen (or ever cross a companies mind (with such a market share (and brand recognition (and persuadable income (ect ect))))

Honestly it was probably a lack of driver optimizations when it came to Keplar - that coupled with being much weaker at tesselation.

Three layers of aluminum btw wink.gif

They definitely didn't optimise on purpose to show the 'power' of Maxwell.

The one thing I will give nVidia credit for is they continue to support even ancient and outdated chips like the 9 series. AMD dropped support for the 4 series long ago.
I think you got that mixxed up AMD have the better longterm support Nvidia basically abandons previous gens everytime a new Nvidia lineup come out.
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I think you got that mixxed up AMD have the better longterm support Nvidia basically abandons previous gens everytime a new Nvidia lineup come out.

its dependent on which functionality of the gpu in question. While AMD dropped VLIW, their support for GCN in general have been relatively equivalent. For Nvidia, they are trying to get some functions of DX12 to work on fermi, but regardless they focus heavier on whatever is the newest product rather than in general.
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its dependent on which functionality of the gpu in question. While AMD dropped VLIW, their support for GCN in general have been relatively equivalent. For Nvidia, they are trying to get some functions of DX12 to work on fermi, but regardless they focus heavier on whatever is the newest product rather than in general.

The 5 and 6 series are still supported by AMD and they are VLIW's.
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The 5 and 6 series are still supported by AMD and they are VLIW's.


its supported in a driver level, but will not get DX12 features hence the disparity

AMD has drivers for anything past HD 5000, VLIW is not getting DX12, GCN is relatively equally getting updates
Nvidia has driver support for gtx 400 series(fermi) and newer, with DX12 support on Kepler/Maxwell initially and possible plans of basic functions of DX12 for fermi, but tends to prioritize new gpus performance over older ones

they both make general driver updates supporting a previous generation(VLIW and Fermi), only difference is that AMD is focusing specifically on GCN and sort of dragging VLIW with its compatibility with no plans of extra functionality while NVidia spends most of its resources on whatever is new, but has enough resources to potentially give fermi DX12
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its supported in a driver level, but will not get DX12 features hence the disparity

AMD has drivers for anything past HD 5000, VLIW is not getting DX12, GCN is relatively equally getting updates
Nvidia has driver support for gtx 400 series(fermi) and newer, with DX12 support on Kepler/Maxwell initially and possible plans of basic functions of DX12 for fermi, but tends to prioritize new gpus performance over older ones

they both make general driver updates supporting a previous generation(VLIW and Fermi), only difference is that AMD is focusing specifically on GCN and sort of dragging VLIW with its compatibility with no plans of extra functionality while NVidia spends most of its resources on whatever is new, but has enough resources to potentially give fermi DX12
You are really wrong. They do not support DX12 at hardware level... And nVidia have dropped support for my GTX 260M around a year ago. So... yeah. Don't say that they even support the 9000 series, when my newer card is not supported (no new drivers). My 6950 on the other hand is still supported and is how old ?
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Not to mention useless.
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useless.. says the guy with a 5960x and a pair of titans.
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