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If it is true, will be so sad for 980ti owner .

There's no need to be sad, I don't know why people keep saying this. PROGRESS IS GOOD.
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The i7 is a terrible value, when the $230 i5 is only 1FPS slower and lasts just as long. Only people that benefit from the i7 are content creators that hammer the CPU.
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Not when you factor in the fact that games are now starting to use additional threads vs. physical cores. The i7 could in some (more and more as time goes by) offer additional performance when comparing to an i5. But for now, diminishing returns is the main factor of why they're not performing that much better.
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Nvidia GTX 980 Ti to launch on June 2nd


If I die young redface.gif
Edited by XHellAngelX - 6/13/16 at 8:35am
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There's no need to be sad, I don't know why people keep saying this. PROGRESS IS GOOD.

It's because they spend hundreds of pounds on it and it's only lasted seven months(?) as the top card
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If it is true, will be so sad for 980ti owner .
I don't know why you say that. They've been able to enjoy basically limitless gaming at max settings on 1080 and 1440 for some time now. Furthermore, if you're expecting a $200 card to come anywhere NEAR a 980ti, I'd consider having my head checked if I was you. You can expect 980 level performance, more than that is just not in the cards.
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The i7 is a terrible value, when the $230 i5 is only 1FPS slower and lasts just as long. Only people that benefit from the i7 are content creators that hammer the CPU.

And GPUs only break down and artifact if you buy one with a terrible cooler, or have bad luck. my OG video card still works. A voodoo 3. From the late 90s. Only GPU I have that broke was a EVGA 7600GS that developed a bad memory chip. And dont act like the pricing is new. I remember the 8800GTX launching at $600 and AMD CPUs going for 500+, and that was in 2007. Or the 7970 launching at $550 in 2011. Prices really havent moved that much in the last decade.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1587616/i5-4690k-100-usage-gaming-temps-fine-windows-10
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It's because they spend hundreds of pounds on it and it's only lasted seven months(?) as the top card
the GTX 980ti was released in June of 2015. How is that 7 months? I swear, Fanboys are insufferable.
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Probably fake, BUT, would be sweet if it was true.

Looking at the specs of the cards I imagine the card will be ~GTX980 (not ti) in performance at best. I think a good indicator of this is how Nvidia has priced its cards. They clearly know more than we do, it's their business to know. Unfortunate, but still if ~250 dollar card gets us GTX980 performance while using less power I don't think any of us will complain.

Regardless, the 1080 and 1070 are crap cards for their 700/450 dollar price. I believe the 1080ti will be the card to get from Nvidia. I hope Vega can hang/beat out the 1080ti so we can have some better competition.
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Not when you factor in the fact that games are now starting to use additional threads vs. physical cores. The i7 could in some (more and more as time goes by) offer additional performance when comparing to an i5. But for now, diminishing returns is the main factor of why they're not performing that much better.
So could the FX, which is what people have been saying for years. Yet, every time a game comes out and is bench-marked, there is little to no difference between the i5 and i7 in benches. Occasionally you will have the odd exception where a game runs significantly better on an i7, but those are incredibly rare, and not worth the extra 100$ considering the i5 still keeps above 60FPS without any issue.

It's like arguing that a souped up mustang is not as fast as a ferrari. Yes, you are technically correct, but in games/typical programs (highways and such) the difference isnt really noticeable. Now, in a benchmark or certain programs (racetrack) the difference is most certainly there, and it is noticeable that the ferrari is indeed faster, but the vast majority of people dont use them.

The i7 is better, but unless you are bench-marking or using a select few programs, the difference is down to a margin of error. Not worth the additional investment.
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the GTX 980ti was released in June of 2015. How is that 7 months? I swear, Fanboys are insufferable.


not everyone buys the card at release. Some might have bought it at xmas or something.
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