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How's that prediction of Polaris 10 having gtx 980 ti performance look now? rolleyes.gif
where the hell i predicted that ?
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How's that prediction of Polaris 10 having gtx 980 ti performance look now? rolleyes.gif

Can you link me the review?
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may i ask you about your opinion of that garbage 780Ti ?

780 Ti is a november 2013 product. It's time to move on buddy.
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Did you ignore all the posts showing you benchmarks that the 1070 drawing its stated TDP +/- 10W. It never draws what its power connectors are maximally spec'd for.

161W at the wall (less after PSU efficiencies are accounted for)
http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/nvidia_geforce_gtx_1070_review,8.html


161w from the card. It draws 10 MORE watts than the 970,before overclocking and we all know the 970 can draw up to 230w or so when you remove the power limiter. The 1070 is also almost a third larger than the AMD chip,so AMD seems to be much better in terms of performance per watt.

7W if you want to be exact. We're talking about official TDP numbers here. variant says Nvidia uses average gaming load numbers as an attempt to mislead. I'm showing that Nvidia does no such thing and their official TDP numbers are actually at full load.

Of course overclocking a card will drive up the power usage. I'd expect the RX 480 to similarly rise up in power usage over its 150W TDP but to what extent, we don't know yet.
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780 Ti is a november 2013 product. It's time to move on buddy.

Tonga is a product form year 2014 and the guy who argued with me is still talking about it. rolleyes.gif
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7W if you want to be exact. We're talking about official TDP numbers here. variant says Nvidia uses average gaming load numbers as an attempt to mislead. I'm showing that Nvidia does no such thing and their official TDP numbers are actually at full load.

Of course overclocking a card will drive up the power usage. I'd expect the RX 480 to similarly rise up in power usage over its 150W TDP but to what extent, we don't know yet.

No, I didn't. I said they use average power draw to determine it.
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I'll just play here as the boy who shouted " the Emperor is butt naked!" and say AMD is probably referring to the the max power the card can take which is 75w from the slot + 75w from the 6pin connector equaling to 150w.
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may i ask you about your opinion of that garbage 780Ti ?

I updated my earlier post to that already.

It's actually surprising that the gtx 780 ti still has the performance per watt advantage. But keplar aged badly for sure, but this is because Nvidia is happy to see keplar fail because most people who bought a maxwell were likely keplar owners or older. But upon release, the gtx 780 ti had a big performance per watt advantage. It consumed alot less power than a 290x and performed better.

This changed when nvidia released maxwell, because kepler was no longer a priority. And giving boosts to maxwell, while adding taking away performance away from Kepler was their number 1 priority.

Keplar had such a high install base that, that it staying strong in reviews and benchmarks meant less people upgrading. The only way for people to upgrade from it, was to see it fail. As said in my earlier post, this was the result of employing a feature that killed kepler cards(global illumination) and Nvidia being a dick and not giving optimizations for their cards to make keplar look worse than it should have done.

Games where kepler cards sucked, were ones that employed global illumination like sleeping dogs, hitman absolution and dirt rally. These were games where a 280x was competitive with a gtx 780 before maxwells launch. After maxwell was released, Nvidia didn't block this feature, kind of like async compute, and encouraged developers to use it. Thus all games started using it and this was the beginning of kepler degradation into what it is today. Since most games use this feature now, Nvidia cards have taken a tremendous hit.
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Thanks for reinstating the thread, mods thumb.gif
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3 threads about the same card
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