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post #81 of 261 (permalink) Old 06-07-2013, 02:03 PM
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this is for OEM. Spread more misinformations

An 8970 for OEM's is still a rebadged 7970, yet people condemn NVIDIA for doing so, it's called hypocrisy.

Wrong. It's a rebadged 7970 BOOST. tonguesmiley.gif


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7950 oc = 680 or 770
7970 oc (ON WATER) = 780 ( has more bandwidth)
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An 8970 for OEM's is still a rebadged 7970, yet people condemn NVIDIA for doing so, it's called hypocrisy.

What AMD is doing here is just like Nvidia did with GTX 300 series. OEMs wanted new numbers so they can brag about it in their specs. Nvidia wasn't in the wrong for doing that back then and neither is AMD for doing this now. It is something OEMs want done, what do you expect? For AMD and Nvidia to tell their OEMs that they're being dishonest? Not to mention at this point, it ends up the OEMs are the ones saying they have the new GPUs, not AMD/Nvidia.

However a rebrand like GTX 680 -> GTX 770 is different, as it is attempting to make people think it's something new. 6800k getting a new model name is a little ridiculous, and there is more changed in that chip than there is from GTX 680 to GTX 770.

All this does for everyone is make it more difficult to dissect what everything means anyways. I think a lot of people who can't read reviews and look at graphs instead are really angry that they have to do more than look at bar graphs to "understand" hardware now.

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An 8970 for OEM's is still a rebadged 7970, yet people condemn NVIDIA for doing so, it's called hypocrisy.

They didint release it as a new gen. Its an OEM only rebadged 7970 and we know it from january? Your point rolleyes.gif

You could compare it with the 770 if the 770 was only OEM also. But it isnt

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Not in games, which is what 99.9999 percent of us care about

And unless you own a business, you get paid for your time. So your compute power just makes more work for you not less

Ryzen is a joke to the vast majority of the market who would consider buying their product.
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7970 oc (ON WATER) = 780 ( has more bandwidth)

Correct me if I'm wrong, but don't both the 7970 and 780 have 384-bit memory buses?

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7950 oc = 680 or 770
7970 oc (ON WATER) = 780 ( has more bandwidth)
What has more bandwidth and the 7970ocd is definitely NOT= 780, maybe a 780 boosting to 900 max and a 1350+ 7970

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Those OEM specs looks great. thumb.gif

so does AMD boasting about the 8970M being the most advanced mobile GPU .....it's a rebadge of a 7970m with a slight OC

http://www.tomshardware.com/news/AMD-Radeon-8970M-MSI-GX70,22576.html

Rebadges are nothing new from either side....


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I'm guessing they'll be showing of the 7990 as it was pointed out that the "Fishing in Baku" BF4 trailer was running on the 7990, and I'm fairly confident that BF4 is gonna be center stage among the new games being shown off at E3. If I'm wrong, and it actually is new cards then they must feel they have Nvidia beat if they are moving up the launch window. Show us the good stuff AMD! thumb.gif

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Best news since 2013

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I wouldnt over hype this, it will probably be their oem refreshes in conjunction with their APUs. Their high end cards should be out later in the year!
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