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1440p is my resolution no need to 4k and crossfire 290x is utter madness if you ask me


I buy a new graphic card most years at the end of Jan / start of Feb sort of time - did not buy one last year so I am itching to buy

980ti is too expensive
then your only choice is waiti.g,the new gpus will have an improved architecture,14nm finfet and HBM/gddr5 the power consumption will be lower with better performance than current cards

The amd/nvidia has been selling cards with gddr5 from 7 years ago and 28nm node based gpus from 3 years ago from which amd has been using A similar design from 2012
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Originally Posted by PontiacGTX View Post

then your only choice is waiti.g,the new gpus will have an improved architecture,14nm finfet and HBM/gddr5 the power consumption will be lower with better performance than current cards

The amd/nvidia has been selling cards with gddr5 from 7 years ago and 28nm node based gpus from 3 years ago from which amd has been using A similar design from 2012

I'll buy a new GPU at this time next year though - it will be one of the new ones then

Best not buying a new GPU on release either
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