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He asked why he couldn't find any 3DMark results at all and I said there's an embargo in place (it was before the soft launch) and reiterated what I'd already said.

Which is "2-way SLI GTX 1080 has taken 4-way SLI GTX 980 TI records."

Again how do you expect someone to NOT take that to mean 3DMark results in context.
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He also mentioned GPU-Z, by your logic I'm proven correct as GPU-Z shows higher frequencies for the 1080 than the 980 Ti can achieve. See? Works both ways. Except that it doesn't as my reply had nothing to do with GPU-Z. Or 3DMark.

Ok let's look at the quotes in question again:
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Extremely disappointed that there are no new 3DMark benchies found, overclock or stock, or even GPU-Z screenshots

Theres an embargo. I can't say anything more than that 2-way SLI GTX 1080 has taken 4-way SLI GTX 980 TI records.

Not sure how you're proven correct since the record breaking context clearly wasn't in reference to clockspeed or frequency. Really the only thing you said in your original post was "CPU-like frequencies", which is again ambiguous.

You should look this up: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barnum_effect. It's exactly the same concept.
post #292 of 2870
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I absolutely did, and all in good time. As I explained a few posts ago, it's now common knowledge that even reference cards have crept close to 3 GHz yet we don't have any publicly available benchmark results remotely near to that speed and I don't know why they're not being shared.

2 weeks post launch... as much as I appreciate your attempts at evading the task at hand, your reluctance and vagueness just further diminishes your credibility... rolleyes.gif
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post #293 of 2870
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Which is "2-way SLI GTX 1080 has taken 4-way SLI GTX 980 TI records."

Again how do you expect someone to NOT take that to mean 3DMark results in context.
Ok let's look at the quotes in question again:
Not sure how you're proven correct since the record breaking context clearly wasn't in reference to clockspeed or frequency. Really the only thing you said in your original post was "CPU-like frequencies", which is again ambiguous.

You should look this up: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barnum_effect. It's exactly the same concept.

Or maybe you should learn to read and see where I first mentioned it, along with the complete lack of reference to any particular benchmark? Just a thought.

As for CPU-like frequencies, as ambiguous as it was it was a lot more than what anyone else had brought to the table which was basically pondering the price. I do, however, think that we can all agree that CPU-like frequencies in this day and age would be sonewhere in the 3 GHz range.
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2 weeks post launch... as much as I appreciate your attempts at evading the task at hand, your reluctance and vagueness just further diminishes your credibility... rolleyes.gif
Everytime he posts, Polaris 10 is delayed by 5 days and its clock speed decreases by 10 Mhz.

Reminds me of this from way back in the XtremeSystems days, pre-bulldozer launch:
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JF-AMD posting: IPC increases!!!!!!! How many times did I tell you!!!

terrace215 post: IPC decreases, The more I post the more it decreases.
terrace215 post: IPC decreases, The more I post the more it decreases.
terrace215 post: IPC decreases, The more I post the more it decreases.
.....}
until (interrupt by Movieman)


Regards, Hans
post #295 of 2870
And Vega is delayed by one month
post #296 of 2870
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2 weeks post launch... as much as I appreciate your attempts at evading the task at hand, your reluctance and vagueness just further diminishes your credibility... rolleyes.gif

Given that we know that near 3 GHz has been done yet the results available are all sub 2.2 GHz, it should be pretty easy to deduce that something about those results is preventing them from being made public. Custom BIOS? Unannounced card? Who knows wink.gif
post #297 of 2870
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Or maybe you should learn to read and see where I first mentioned it, along with the complete lack of reference to any particular benchmark? Just a thought.

As for CPU-like frequencies, as ambiguous as it was it was a lot more than what anyone else had brought to the table which was basically pondering the price. I do, however, think that we can all agree that CPU-like frequencies in this day and age would be sonewhere in the 3 GHz range.

That's rich.
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Instead of making your own context by reading from halfway though a discussion, go further back for the original context.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1599305/vc-first-gtx-1080-benchmarks/480#post_25133342

Thread title: [VC] First GTX 1080 benchmarks

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As far as CPU frequencies go, some mobile CPUs are clocked below 1.5GHz, so I guess you could say Maxwell reaches CPU-like frequencies as well.

I mean no offense, but saying stuff without giving concrete numbers doesn't make you a prophet.
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Given that we know that near 3 GHz has been done yet the results available are all sub 2.2 GHz, it should be pretty easy to deduce that something about those results is preventing them from being made public. Custom BIOS? Unannounced card? Who knows wink.gif
maybe they dont exist smile.gif anyway, this is not gtx 1080 thread right?
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Guys i don't mean to derail the thread as this guy Oj010 is so funny to read right now. But along all the RX480 threads i have been folowing there was a post about how AMD cards age compared to their competitor across the years and i can't find it.

Could someone with more experience in finding those things or memmory of where it was assist please smile.gif

I feel bad for not saving it the first time i read it and i thought i had frown.gif

On the subject i still expect Polaris 10 to be at atleast 1050 mhz if they take so much time till octobre to fix their 850 mhz problem ...
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post #300 of 2870
Ojo10 you have some front coming here talking BS again after you were exposed with your 'Polaris 10 in October' misinformation. Please spare us all further false claims.
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