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How about the 290x VS 780ti
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thats cute because most (if not all) of those 1440p and 4K results are sub 40 fps or even sub 30 fps

making them literally worthless

it doesnt matter to me if the card does 25 fps or 35 fps
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post #272 of 322
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No, it supports Mantle.


Too much worthless history you brought in here that has nothing to do with the context we had signed up to talk about, i.e. HD7950/7970 challenging 780Ti/Titan in DX12. And my lines are exactly the same as the latter in my previous comments.
Also you must finally acknowledge somewhere in this era of gaming that AMD is Uncle Sam of DirectX 12, (remember DX12 evolved from Mantle Vulkan technologies).

Just from Mantle on both Vulkan and DX12 accounts. Not that DX12 came from Vulkan.
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post #273 of 322
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I can see AMD fans still rocking a 7950/7970 in 2020+, getting 3-5 fps in newest titles and praising AMD like the sun for supporting the relic

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If AMD repeats last several years, some 7 series may still just be AMD last gen cards. Lol rx670 feat Polaris 10 xt
post #274 of 322
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thats cute because most (if not all) of those 1440p and 4K results are sub 40 fps or even sub 30 fps

making them literally worthless

it doesnt matter to me if the card does 25 fps or 35 fps

It would matter a great deal to you if the card doing 25 FPS was AMD and the one doing 35 FPS was Nvidia.

Considering the fact that the Nvidia card doing those "Worthless" FPS numbers costed people 700$ it should probably matter to you more than it does.
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Goes perfect with...
It's funny, you say that the 780Ti is no longer being optimized like if that's a good thing, something that justify the 780Ti obvious defeat to the 290X. The 780Ti is a card that costed much more money at every single point in time and is now left for dead, even more funny when you realize that the 290X was tied with the 780 before.
Yeah, you buy the 780ti for performance now, or you buy the 290x for the same performance 3 years down the line, once it isnt fast enough to keep 60FPS. Of course, some people will see that as an advantage, but other dont want to wait years for performance to finally catch up.
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It would matter a great deal to you if the card doing 25 FPS was AMD and the one doing 35 FPS was Nvidia.
No, both would be slow as chode, and long overdue for an upgrade. Nobody considers 35FPS to be "good" That's barely adequate for anything that isnt a strategy game. A turn based strategy game at that.
Edited by GamerusMaximus - 6/14/16 at 11:50am
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Wait, so 780ti was able to deliver 60 fps before but not now ? Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
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Wait, so 780ti was able to deliver 60 fps before but not now ? Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
When was that said? Neither can keep 60FPS in current games, because both of them are going on 3 years old already. GPUs dont age well when the whole of the industry is moving to a new gen of consoles.

News at 11: new games are more demanding then older games. Notice the 290x also cant keep 60fps, or anywhere close to it, in many of those graphs.
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Yeah, you buy the 780ti for performance now, or you buy the 290x for the same performance 3 years down the line, once it isnt fast enough to keep 60FPS. Of course, some people will see that as an advantage, but other dont want to wait years for performance to finally catch up.

Considering the fact that you're paying 700$ for a card that will be seen as worthless in 2 years after, I'd be more willing to spend 500$ on one that will perform better than needed at the time and better than expected later on..
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No, both would be slow as chode, and long overdue for an upgrade. Nobody considers 35FPS to be "good" That's barely adequate for anything that isnt a strategy game.
I can play games like Crysis 3, Ryse son of Rome, The Witcher 3 Maxed Out just fine on my 1440p 144Hz FreeSync monitor by disabling Gimpworks features on TW3 and MSAA with north of 80 FPS, I don't even need to upgrade.
Edited by Dargonplay - 6/14/16 at 11:55am
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Originally Posted by GamerusMaximus View Post

Yeah, you buy the 780ti for performance now, or you buy the 290x for the same performance 3 years down the line, once it isnt fast enough to keep 60FPS. Of course, some people will see that as an advantage, but other dont want to wait years for performance to finally catch up.
No, both would be slow as chode, and long overdue for an upgrade. Nobody considers 35FPS to be "good" That's barely adequate for anything that isnt a strategy game.
I thought the original argument was about keeping cards for multiple years? Was that in a different thread? Hard to keep the arguments straight lol

If you're keeping for years I would expect to have to start turning settings down, at which point, the one averaging higher fps at max settings would probably allow you to use slightly higher settings at 60fps
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So it was always worthless, kden.
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