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According to the above mentioned logic, it isn't Nvidia, but Intel at the helm of current pc gaming. The latest Tomb Raider title is the perfect example: you have to have the latest i7 valued at 350$ to reach 60 frames per second with a 650$ 980 Ti gpu. Nvidia's hands are just as cuffed as AMD.
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How much of an improvement would we see from the next GPU aka Pascal by any chance? Probably a decent amount, since todays market, monitors are aiming at 260hz monitors already, and 4k 120hz, by the end of 2016, if the rumors are true atleast.

Estimates are Pascal=2 x Maxwell max.

Note that closest potential big dates for the Pascal launch are GDC (Game Developer Conference) mid-March or GTC (Game Technology Conference) second week of April.
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Estimates are Pascal=2 x Maxwell max.

Note that closest potential big dates for the Pascal launch are GDC (Game Developer Conference) mid-March or GTC (Game Technology Conference) second week of April.

Think i kinda regret building into this expensive X99 build, with just the new gpu's around the corner.. and DisplayPort 3 Aswell...
I guess im gonna hold off until volta and the new chipsets, sadly.
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now now now folks only see what they think/want they should:

Hi

skip the cutscenes of the video. Jump to gameplay, compare the framerates. I see reason to complaint honestly.

The 290x is still gaining speed purely out of the drivers, a card from 2013.


edit: some context about performance gains (watch the 600 series VS 7000 series part of the video)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nw-QA1BanJw
Edited by spyshagg - 2/11/16 at 3:08am
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The 290x is still gaining speed purely out of the drivers, a card from 2013.

yes just to bad the card is froom 2013, and if they still improve on the cards drivers 3 years later, it tells more about how bad amd is to get the drivers done? cmon 3 years after?? and they havent got the max out o thiere card? but okay, that just shows how weak amd is. dont understand how you think that is wonderfull?


like you buy a car, wait 3 years for it to go too service to FINALY get the preformence you wanted?? haha ok
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The 290x is still gaining speed purely out of the drivers, a card from 2013.

yes just to bad the card is froom 2013, and if they still improve on the cards drivers 3 years later, it tells more about how bad amd is to get the drivers done? cmon 3 years after?? and they havent got the max out o thiere card? but okay, that just shows how weak amd is. dont understand how you think that is wonderfull?


like you buy a car, wait 3 years for it to go too service to FINALY get the preformence you wanted?? haha ok

lol it means they are still optimizing the drivers for recent games on old cards. Thats what it means. Nothing to do with the car analogy.


People are not complaining about the hardware on the 780ti. They are complaining about the work put by nvidia into getting performance out of that hardware, which is nill everytime a new generation comes out.
Edited by spyshagg - 2/11/16 at 3:45am
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edit: some context about performance gains (watch the 600 series VS 7000 series part of the video)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nw-QA1BanJw

There are much better sources than that that prove the same point. TPU's database is one. It clearly shows the 290x catching and now exceeding the 780 Ti.

That source just no. After the fiasco with him jumping to wrong conclusions based off gamegpu fallout 4 patch 1.3 tests and random forum posts, he's more interested in page hits than facts.
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I missed the part about the fallout 1.3 fiasco. What was the correct conclusion about the 1.3 patch?

As I understood it, bethesda switched the game renderer from one which was nvidia "optimized", to another which hadn't got the chance to be "nvidia optimized". That resulted on a huge performance jump on amd cards, perhaps proving that the original "nvidia optimized renderer" was holding back AMD cards just because they could. We actually saw this in Crysis as well.

Was this the wrong conclusion?
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The 290x is still gaining speed purely out of the drivers, a card from 2013.

yes just to bad the card is froom 2013, and if they still improve on the cards drivers 3 years later, it tells more about how bad amd is to get the drivers done? cmon 3 years after?? and they havent got the max out o thiere card? but okay, that just shows how weak amd is. dont understand how you think that is wonderfull?


like you buy a car, wait 3 years for it to go too service to FINALY get the preformence you wanted?? haha ok

when you bought the car you knew about it's performance ( benchmarks/reviews) , now it's just getting better. and that is better than staying at same performance thumb.gif
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The 290x is still gaining speed purely out of the drivers, a card from 2013.

yes just to bad the card is froom 2013, and if they still improve on the cards drivers 3 years later, it tells more about how bad amd is to get the drivers done? cmon 3 years after?? and they havent got the max out o thiere card? but okay, that just shows how weak amd is. dont understand how you think that is wonderfull?


like you buy a car, wait 3 years for it to go too service to FINALY get the preformence you wanted?? haha ok
No, it's just a more forward looking architecture that is starting to see the sort of workloads that allow it to shine.
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