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post #201 of 457
Amazes me all the folk going on about 1070 like its gonna be epic trying to rub up 980ti owners as well as titan , after last years fiasco with the 970 i wont be caught out again. Ill stick with full chip ie titan rather then get gimped again with a card like 970 and its shoddy vram .... certianly wiped out a lot of trust not just with nvidea but also with certain online review sites sponsered by nvidea...... no names mentioned of course.
post #202 of 457
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Originally Posted by Klocek001 View Post

low blur mode?
borderless freesync?
is it even possible to get steady 120-140 fps on an amd card?

Yes, borderlessless freeSync is the only thing left to fix. But it can be done w/o g-sync module you pay extra 200 for.

AMD cards perform the same as NV in the same price range, not sure what your point is. In games where 970 can sustain 120-140 fps, 390 can too.
post #203 of 457
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Originally Posted by Ha-Nocri View Post

Yes, borderlessless freeSync is the only thing left to fix. But it can be done w/o g-sync module you pay extra 200 for.

AMD cards perform the same as NV in the same price range, not sure what your point is.
I've analyzed fury x times and times again and I can't see how it's gonna perform same as my 1.5GHz 980Ti. Rounded up guru3d results of 980Ti 6G vs Fury X in 10 games at 1440p and 980Ti was 17% faster on avg, with the difference growing to 25-30% the newer the title.
And I asked about overhead, I don't think amd has done anything about their dx11 problems. 390 vs GX 970 is not an example I was actually interested in,although what you say might be (probably is) true.
Edited by Klocek001 - 2/13/16 at 1:42am
post #204 of 457
They (nvidia) have been hyping Pascal for two years now.
I won't accept a 50% performance gain, which is more or less what Maxwell did over Kepler.
We have a node shrink now, huge memory bandwidth, a GPU that has been cooked for a long time, and a lot of promises.
If they don't bring at least 2X over Maxwell, I'd be disappointed.
post #205 of 457
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Originally Posted by renx View Post

They (nvidia) have been hyping Pascal for two years now.
I won't accept a 50% performance gain, which is more or less what Maxwell did over Kepler.
We have a node shrink now, huge memory bandwidth, a GPU that has been cooked for a long time, and a lot of promises.
If they don't bring at least 2X over Maxwell, I'd be disappointed.
you really think this concerned the whole range- including low-end and mid range chips ? I think this is more about flagship GP100 cards with HBM2. I suppose lower tier cards won't see the difference you expect.
post #206 of 457
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Originally Posted by Klocek001 View Post

you really think this concerned the whole range- including low-end and mid range chips ? I think this is more about flagship GP100 cards with HBM2. I suppose lower tier cards won't see the difference you expect.

It's about GP100 vs GM200, of course.
Lower tiers may or may not reflect the improvement of the new generation. That's out of question.
post #207 of 457
then I'm sure it won't be just 50%. Might not show 100% improvement in every case but I don't think it'll be as bad as 50%. If it was I'd prefer second 980Ti for sure and get up to 90% with SLI scaling.
Hell, I expect more cases of +100% improvement than less than 100% improvement. I know Pascal is just a buffed up maxwell but I think that's the difference we can expect form die shrink and hbm2 + further architectural improvements.
Edited by Klocek001 - 2/13/16 at 2:18am
post #208 of 457
i just bought EVGA GeForce GTX 960 4GB FTW GAMING w/ACX 2.0+ Whisper Silent Cooling w/ Free Installed Backplate Graphics Card
for 200 so can I expect 1060 for 200??
post #209 of 457
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Originally Posted by hhuey5 View Post

i just bought EVGA GeForce GTX 960 4GB FTW GAMING w/ACX 2.0+ Whisper Silent Cooling w/ Free Installed Backplate Graphics Card
for 200 so can I expect 1060 for 200??
we do not know dick ATM. What I want to believe is that nvidia will be forced to make the whole Pascal lineup a lot more interesting from the price point of view due to AMD having Polaris up their sleeve. Nvidia has a die shrink coming, amd has both die shrink and a new architecture.
Edited by Klocek001 - 2/13/16 at 2:35am
post #210 of 457
Could a dual GPU Pascal card be also announced at launch?
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