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Why are people asking for detailed answers

The 1080 and 1070 haven't been released, nobody owns one yet! This happens everytime a graphics card release date is announced. c'mon kids, has our education system failed you that bad?
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    tominsac said:
    The 1080 and 1070 haven't been released, nobody owns one yet! This happens everytime a graphics card release date is announced. c'mon kids, has our education system failed you that bad?


    Because that's what people do.
    No different than posting a random collection of already released parts, and asking what exact FPS you'd get.
    Someone would say, 60, someone else would say 62....neither of which know what games the person is actually playing.
    And the OP in that scenario would be freaking out over losing 2 FPS.
  2. tominsac said:
    The 1080 and 1070 haven't been released, nobody owns one yet! This happens everytime a graphics card release date is announced. c'mon kids, has our education system failed you that bad?


    People will always ask questions because they get excited and interested in new developments. If you want to understand something then there's no problem with asking questions. Also I'm pretty sure the education system hasn't failed :)
  3. People are curious and want to know more. Pretty normal human behavior.

    @Razer Gamer
    I see that old pic of skunkworks from Jayztwocents :) cant wait to see it with gtx 1080 sli
  4. DustinV said:
    People are curious and want to know more. Pretty normal human behavior.

    @Razer Gamer
    I see that old pic of skunkworks from Jayztwocents :) cant wait to see it with gtx 1080 sli


    Yep well said, natural behaviour. If you are interested you will want to learn, understand and improve your knowledge of that area/topic, what better way than to ask questions to gain information?

    @DustinV
    Yeah I know it's going to be awesome, I loved his original Yellow+Black build, and now his newest build is pretty neat too but with the new 1080s it will be best of the best.
  5. RAZER Gamer said:


    Yep well said, natural behaviour. If you are interested you will want to learn, understand and improve your knowledge of that area/topic, what better way than to ask questions to gain information?


    The problem is, no one out here really knows much more than the NVidia press release.
    "Will it be available at Midnight on May 27?"
    "How fast will they restock after it initially sells out?"
    "How much performance will I get if I overclock it to 1900-2000?"
  6. USAFRet said:
    RAZER Gamer said:


    Yep well said, natural behaviour. If you are interested you will want to learn, understand and improve your knowledge of that area/topic, what better way than to ask questions to gain information?


    The problem is, no one out here really knows much more than the NVidia press release.
    "Will it be available at Midnight on May 27?"
    "How fast will they restock after it initially sells out?"
    "How much performance will I get if I overclock it to 1900-2000?"


    Yeah but soon everyone will know once it's released :)
  7. RAZER Gamer said:
    USAFRet said:
    RAZER Gamer said:


    Yep well said, natural behaviour. If you are interested you will want to learn, understand and improve your knowledge of that area/topic, what better way than to ask questions to gain information?


    The problem is, no one out here really knows much more than the NVidia press release.
    "Will it be available at Midnight on May 27?"
    "How fast will they restock after it initially sells out?"
    "How much performance will I get if I overclock it to 1900-2000?"


    Yeah but soon everyone will know once it's released :)


    Key word....'soon'.
    Not 'yesterday'.
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