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Nothing to do with Resolution.

Everything to do with the screen itself being better.

Its like TN vs IPS. The visual improvement is huge, not because of resolution but because the technology is better.
Yes, but those are not mutually exclusive. We wouldn't be discussing 4K 28' panels without those new tiers of panel types currently becoming available. Those types of panels are not just delivering better clarity by ppi, but also due to tranflective aperture ratio(bear with me if I recant the wrong terminology). Transparent transistors in IGZO, transistor layer placed below the emitting window in LTPS-IPS are very important technologies that increase the emissive window creating a very natural view to the human eye. Normally you don't want to see the grid, if you want to emulate your visual system. The grid pattern of ganglion cells take light data not from a local pack of photoreceptor cells, but from an intermittent pattern of photoreceptor cells(spatially coextensive regions intermixing with one another to focus on motion over fine detail). So seeing the grid is not what you want for an ergonomic experience. Making the aperture ratio small makes the screen a security window, per se. Not pleasant.redface.gif
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First one to come with 14nm/16nm GPU gets ma money thumb.gif
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First one to come with 14nm/16nm GPU gets ma money thumb.gif

Agreed. Well, if the price is right. thumb.gif
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First one to come with 14nm/16nm GPU gets ma money thumb.gif

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Agreed. Well, if the price is right. thumb.gif


IMHO that's not the way to be.

Wait until both have the same category cards. Then look at the benchmarks and games. Compare compare compare.
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Long video, but loved every single second of it.
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yes, the fallout 1.3 patch really caught nvidia with its pants down. A glance at how a "gameworks" optimized renderer hampers the amd cards. A 30% jump... Its surreal.
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Long video, but loved every single second of it.

This is newsworthy. Spread the word. Blatant proof of Nvidia manipulating the market for their own advantage.
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Soo... this patch won't make my happy... since I'm on a 780 Ti Classified.

Thanks Nvidia, you're the greatest.
Edited by Ascii Aficionado - 1/28/16 at 1:35pm
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Damn that drop with the 1.3 patch bigeyedsmiley.png




gonna have to unload the two 980s once Pascal comes around to keep up with the current gen of support; while my 7970 Matrix is the gift that keeps on giving thumb.gif
Edited by darkwizard - 1/28/16 at 1:48pm
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I doubt it is nearly as sinister as it comes across as being. The fact of the matter is, as the video points out, it would take several months to optimize Kepler cards for things like HBAO+ That's a ton of money and time to spend on a product that is generating exactly zero revenue. The intent is to provide better quality lighting and such to games, not to intentionally gimp older cards, that's just an unfortunate byproduct. Which is better, lesser quality max lighting and other effects for the newer gpu architecture, or doing nothing so older cards don't perform as bad on max settings.

Now the stuff to intentionally nerf AMD cards I wouldn't doubt one bit, but can neither confirm or deny. Simply saying Nvidia isn't intentionally nerfing their older cards, they just aren't dumping a fortune into their older obsolete architectures to give them new features. That's just smart business.
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