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U mad?
and the point of this post? -1 for you

Like others have mentioned the 6xxx and 5xx series were not impressive at all.
I am hoping that the 7xxx series and 6xx series have some true performance increases.
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Originally Posted by MikersSU View Post
If they stopped shipping new GPUs every six months maybe the products would have a chance to move from inventory into consumers' hands.

I think they're all just cannibalizing their own market share with constant "new revisions" of the same GPUs.

The first Fermis were half baked products and they finally decided to ship the finalized product as the GTX5XX series? Of course the old Fermis would sit stale! This GPU arms race is hurting everyone.
Well said, and to add I blame it on GloFo and TSMC.
New nodes=new performance that matters
post #33 of 37
This happens because amd and nvidia releasing crap that only offers marginal gains in performance every 4 months. Gimme a quantam leap in performance and I'll give you 72 virgins as payment
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That's true.

Some people are still happy with their 8800gt's and 9800gt's


There is no real need to upgrade when a system from 3-4 years ago can still play todays games pretty good.
Say that to my 8600 GT and Crysis.
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Good get that intel garbage out of here.
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post #36 of 37
Ah, and you wonder why. When you look back at the significant increase in performance of the 5000 series over the 4000, as compared to the 6000 series, and the continued inflamed prices, why should they anticipate a good sales report. Now when they double the performance of the 5000/(relabeled)6000 cards, then I can justify the paying the price they want. Same thing for nVidia. They are expecting people to pay for baby steps.
post #37 of 37
Speculation....

Tomorrow (in the months ahead), wait, where is my crystal ball?

Looking back? I'm not...

Today is the only day we should live in, for sufficient are today's problems, not yesterdays or tomorrows, unless yesterday's problems haven't become a problem yet (done anything wrong lately?), lol.

Move forward, I'm sure Intel / AMD / NVIDIA will as well..
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