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Sky is falling lol.
It does that every few years - It's called rain and I hate it if it happens when I am partying !
post #112 of 142
Wow. Spend $1200 on cards and get thrown to legacy a few months later with the new rebranded and relabeled 1070's and 1080's and new old piece of crap Titan x thanks for being a great company not
post #113 of 142
I'm surprised people aren't complaining about how their last gen graphics cards are worth less because of pascal. But I'm ok with that, my 970 is worth ~$250 or more new, $200 used if I'm being generous, and I bought it nearly 2 years ago. So maybe an $80 retail depreciation over 2 years, or $40 a year, or a $3 loss in value per month.....not all that bad. Maxwell will still be good for years to come.

The people who have a real right to be mad are the people who bought the R9 290's for $450 a month before the 970 released at $330, and the people who still bought R9 290's for $400 a month AFTER the 970 dropped.
Edited by AMDATI - 7/30/16 at 5:56pm
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I cant wait for the outrage here when Pascal becomes legacy in 2017 after Volta drops
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I honestly don't see the big deal here. Whenever they introduce the new numbered lineup, older ones goes to legacy product pages. This is nothing more than a bait to engage in pointless Red vs Green argument lol.
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Stockholm syndrome, masochism, rape, wow lachen.gif
Given the usual rants that are posted I'm not surprised by what was written. Emotions for corporations are at an all time high it seems.
post #117 of 142
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I honestly don't see the big deal here. Whenever they introduce the new numbered lineup, older ones goes to legacy product pages. This is nothing more than a bait to engage in pointless Red vs Green argument lol.

For me it all boils down to how similar Maxwell and Pascal are in terms of architecture. It would take a somewhat deliberate effort to only optimize for one and not the other, assuming the optimizations do not involve Pascal specific functions (improved pre-emption, SMP for VR).
post #118 of 142
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I cant wait for the outrage here when Pascal becomes legacy in 2017 after Volta drops

A legacy product and legacy support are two different things.

A legacy product means it's out of production. Legacy Support means that the product will not longer receive regular updates or tweaks, nor will it be supported directly by the manufacturer.

http://www.nvidia.com/page/legacy.html

Notice how it says "Previous Generation Products." The 900 series is now previous generation. The 1000 series is current generation. The 900 series is still supported, along with the 700, 600, 500, and 400 series. The 700, 600, 500, and 400 series of cards are different architectures from the current Pascal generation. The 900 series (maxwell) is still using virtually the same architecture, so I would highly doubt that, even though it is on the "legacy" page, that it will no longer receive driver updates.
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For me it all boils down to how similar Maxwell and Pascal are in terms of architecture. It would take a somewhat deliberate effort to only optimize for one and not the other, assuming the optimizations do not involve Pascal specific functions (improved pre-emption, SMP for VR).

Pretty much. I guess we will find out in year or two lol.
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Well I can say that updating from 361.43 to 368.81 netted me a 2-3% improvement in RoTR, so I'm not complaining, yet. thumb.gif
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