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Originally Posted by criminal View Post

Probably still get a decent amount on Ebay if someone wanted. People are still paying upwards of $475 for a 980Ti and $600 for Titan X even today.
LOL.... just imagine what a 960 is worth now, $75? 750Ti $40?

that's good for me smile.gif
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Originally Posted by rdr09 View Post

Prolly not as much as the owners of the less than year old $1000 gpus when the 1070 came out.

 

That's hilarious. Don't put your insecurities onto others. We had that performance a year ago and are looking forward not backwards. Nothing makes sense on the bleeding edge. Expecting it to is nonsense. The Titan X owners aren't for the most part insecure about their purchases, otherwise we would not have bought it.

 

The rule is take care of family first, and if disposable income is available play all you want.

 

Your opinion is like saying we don't know Nvidia's history and have not paid attention... Think about it. If we didn't buy it then we would not have played all games at 4K60 with no issues a year ago. Laughable to expect a "Contract upon purchase that freezes progress so my little feelings don't get hurt. lol. I want them to move faster with a Die Shrink, new architecture and memory, we know Nvidia is just doling out the bare minimum currently.

 

So are you saying that a GPU "From your lense" should be "cheap enough" so you wont feel insecure when the next batch comes out a year later. I hate to say it again but that's your jealous problem. I never put anyone down for their purchase, why others do for buying the high end at a point in time is petty and childish.

 

Sorry to Rant but you drew first blood and someone needs to talk to the nonsense otherwise new members here may buy into the "bully" mentality and believe it just because they read it on the Internet that its appropriate.

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Originally Posted by Coydog View Post

Ok, thanks for clearing this up for me. I don't deal with SLI/CF at all so never really learned about it. I think I get it now. Basically in a SLI/CF setup, 100% =/= the total load each GPU can assume, basically in a SLI/CF setup only a certain percent of normal GPU load is utilized between the 2 cards for use in rendering the game onto the display? Again, want to make sure I get it right.

Let's take some example. Let's say you run a game with 1 GPU and you get 30 FPS. You run the same game with 2 GPUs and you get 50 FPS. This means that adding a second card gave you 20 fps (whoch represents 66% of the 30 FPS gained by the first card). In this case, for this game, the scalling is 66%

Now both cards are running at 100% GPU clock. So why don't you get double performance then? Does this mean the second card runs at 66% ? Well no ....for 2 reasons:

.1. The GPUs have to communicate with each other. Handling data that comes from the other GPU takes time ; and that is the time you won't be doing what you "should do" - rendering
.2. The tasks are somethimes difficult to split equally. Imagine you have one 2l bottle of water and 1l bottle of water. In total you have 3l. So if you want split the water between 2 guys, you would need 1.5l each. But since you can give ony one bottle to each, you do not divide the water equaly.

Point 1 is taken care by the drivers. Point 2 is taken care by the game developers. That's why you will have games with different GPU scalling - as it devepends on how good ther drivers / game developers are. If your Crossfire / SLI doesn't work, it means you don't have a driver or the developer(s) wrote the source code for a single GPU -e.g. most console ports

Now, if you want technical data about the GPU intercomunication (e.g. scan interleave),protocol used, workload split , memory bus handling, ...etc you probably have to do your own research , as I have no idea how that stuff works tongue.gif
Edited by WanWhiteWolf - 6/1/16 at 5:29pm
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@Ghoxt I think you're reading a bit too much in his post and you're making up stuff in a childish manner to counter a childish comment.

In fact you're enabling him to go back at you because you felt the need to jump at his comment. I'm not saying that he's right or anything, just that ignoring them and letting their posts stay buried mid-thread is usually a better approach.
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People refuse to acknowledge that their cards are now worth significantly less than they were a few months ago.
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Well...for me it's pretty clear the benchmark runs at different video settings. Thus the comparison is innacurate.

People seem to disagre pointing to contrast , video compression artifacts , weather effects ...etc. So be it. I don't see anything constructive coming out of this debate.

The game uses procedurally generated textures, so it's unlikely to see two visually identical benchmarks. Here are the benches on the AotS website, showing the same settings: http://imgur.com/a/xEj2M
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LOL.... just imagine what a 960 is worth now, $75? 750Ti $40?
thats the reason why I went 750Ti over 960 as a temporary card last year. 750ti will lost less value than 960. biggrin.gif

Low end cards have the tendency holding up their value after they drop sometime because Nvidia/AMD have this practice of selling new gen cards with silly DDR3/64bit @ those price range.
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are you sure these two are C7 and C4 and not two C7s ?

also C4 is the lower P10 version or P11 ?

 

 

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Originally Posted by lolfail9001 View Post


Actually you can open it down and see driver names. Both are 67DF:C7 cards.
That.

 

C4 = http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/11167887

     & http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/11167781

 

C7 = http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/11263084

     & http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/11257751

As Per


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Am I the only one who is a bit baffled with the positive reception here?

So AMD have no response to the 1080 or 1070 and instead bring out a successor to the 380.. the 480.

All Nvidia need to do is release a 1060 and not only will they have a popular alternative to the 480 but will also be dominating the entire mid-high end product category

Thanks for the chuckle when imagining Nvidia pricing GP106. No way does JHH want to launch below $249. Probably had $299 planned for 6(8?)GB 1060. Judging by 1070 post gouging MSRP of $379.
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People refuse to acknowledge that their cards are now worth significantly less than they were a few months ago.

Yeah just go check the OC marketplace tongue.gif
    
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