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Like everyone said, I thing we just need to chill and see what happens.

My GTX280s in SLI are still nowhere close to struggling to play any game at any resolution or settings... (including Crysis). Yet all I see is benchmarks of Crossfire 5970s and claims that Fermi is going to obliterate it/suck a massive wang. I understand that this is progress, but there is nothing to actually use these cards and test them to their full potential.

So before we start arguing which is better we should all chill a little and wait for some DX11 games to come out that can make use of these GPUs. We should especially chill because Fermi isn't even out yet, let alone testable!
post #12 of 54
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Originally Posted by NoodleGTS View Post
Like everyone said, I thing we just need to chill and see what happens.

My GTX280s in SLI are still nowhere close to struggling to play any game at any resolution or settings... (including Crysis). Yet all I see is benchmarks of Crossfire 5970s and claims that Fermi is going to obliterate it/suck a massive wang. I understand that this is progress, but there is nothing to actually use these cards and test them to their full potential.

So before we start arguing which is better we should all chill a little and wait for some DX11 games to come out that can make use of these GPUs. We should especially chill because Fermi isn't even out yet, let alone testable!
Well said the graphic hardware is 12/18 months ahead of the most games,so GFX cards that came out 12 months ago can still plays the modern games with out to much trouble.
I`m still waiting on nvidia`s new harware to see whats it like.
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post #13 of 54
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Well said the graphic hardware is 12/18 months ahead of the most games,so GFX cards that came out 12 months ago can still plays the modern games with out to much trouble.
I`m still waiting on nvidia`s new harware to see whats it like.
I max out Shift, RE5, HAWX, MW2 at 1680x1050 with x2 8800GTs.

12 months? Srsly? >_>
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Try that on 2560x1200 You just can't make such general statements as the monitor resolution plays a big part in what power you need to max everything fully.
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Try that on 2560x1200 You just can't make such general statements as the monitor resolution plays a big part in what power you need to max everything fully.
2560x1200? :U

I also max them out on my 1080 Bravia (sig).

And who the hell plays on 2560x1600. Even SLI GTX280 can't play Crysis totally maxed out on that, so, the argument you're defending is invalid anyway.
post #16 of 54
Guys 2560x1200 is just making a statement... nobody really games at 16x AF and 16x AA on a screen that big. Personally I run 4-16x AA and 16x AF on all games at 1920x1200 and everything is perfect.
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2560x1200? :U

I also max them out on my 1080 Bravia (sig).

And who the hell plays on 2560x1600. Even SLI GTX280 can't play Crysis totally maxed out on that, so, the argument you're defending is invalid anyway.
I would but then money says I have to choose between a 2560x1600 monitor and GPUs, so I went for GPUs. That resolution will become mainstream in a few more years anyway, so we can all wait.
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Yea me personally my 2x GTX 260s are perfectly fine for any game I play, but I still love the site of new tech. I'm really hoping for DX11 to fly off the handle. We need to get above this DX9/DX10.1 stuff.
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CUDA + Phyzx!!

/thread
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CUDA + Phyzx!!

/thread
Congratulations, you've just labeled yourself an idiot.
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