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November 9, 2012 7:37:15 PM



Shutup seriously nvidia is meant for JUST gaming amd is for gaming productivy regular use and still comes out beating the gtx series sad
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November 9, 2012 7:41:28 PM

hbeduryan818 said:
Shutup seriously nvidia is meant for JUST gaming amd is for gaming productivy regular use and still comes out beating the gtx series sad

i'll even type this slowly for you:
C - U - D - A


now go play and let the adults talk.
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November 9, 2012 7:46:33 PM

burntpizza said:
Obvious troll is obvious. Look at your little over priced GTX 680. Can barely beat a several hundred dollar cheaper vanilla hd 7970 now. Even, 670 is wayy better value

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/AMD/Catalyst_12.11_P...


Who cares? It will smash any game at 1080p easily. Forget value, I want the best and I want Nvidia. Not to mention all the small Nvidia benefits too - start with PhysX, that option doesn't exist with AMD, and a whole pile of games optimized for Nvidia, not AMD. And look at your 7970 - it took this long to catch up, pathetic, Day 1 it was a waste, and now, I'd still pick Nvidia.
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November 9, 2012 7:48:08 PM

Anonymous said:
i'll even type this slowly for you:
C - U - D - A


now go play and let the adults talk.


Adults? I gurantee youre some 12 year old brat that pikes nvidia cuase there in the ps3s :) 
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November 10, 2012 11:30:52 AM

Holy smokes this got outta hand lol
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November 10, 2012 3:38:37 PM

According to alienbabeltech the performance improvement ratio of geforce 310.33 drivers versus catalyst 12.11 os 3:4 that is 3x by nv 310.33 and 4x by amd 12.11.
http://alienbabeltech.com/main/?p=32344&page=3
Now the relative performance shown by techpowerup uses amd 12.11 drivers but doesn't include nv 310.33 drivers.

So allow me to make some simple mathematical changes here: let's talk on 1080p as its OP's resolution.
The 7950 jumps from (85 to 91)% ie. 6% ie. 4x or 3x = (6*3/4) = 4.5% therefore the 660 ti at 89% should now be able to deliver 93.5%.Hence beating the 7950 once again.
Next the 7970 jumps to 107% from 100% a 7% ie. 4x or 3x = (7*3/4) = 5% therefore the 670 at 104% should now be able to deliver 109%.Once again beating the 7970.
Lastly the 7970 ghz jumps to 117% from 109% an 8% ie. 4x or 3x = (8*3/4) = 6% therefore the 680 at 112% should now be able to deliver 118%.Slightly pulling ahead or on par with the 7970 ghz edition.
Hence the final approximate(+/- 1%) standings are:
GTX 680 = 118%
HD 7970 Ghz =117%
GTX 670 = 109%
HD 7970= 107%
GTX 660 Ti = 93.5%
HD 7950 = 91%

Thank You. :) 
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November 13, 2012 9:53:36 AM



:heink: 

I'm sorry bud but you must have issues comprehending English.

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PS. I don't deny criticisms of AMD n'or do I believe that they're superior to nVIDIA overall as a company. Just playing Devil's Advocate here.


Those in the thread had already advocated nVIDIA and supposed driver superiority. I opted to play Devil's Advocate. Which means you argue the other side of the coin for arguments sake.

Your post is redundant.
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November 13, 2012 9:55:00 AM

Anonymous said:
i'll even type this slowly for you:
C - U - D - A


now go play and let the adults talk.


C-U-D-A?

Being replaced by OpenCL and DirectCompute. Many apps (including Cyberlink's lineup) are now moving towards OpenCL rather than CUDA.

OpenCL is the industry standard. Your argument may have applied 1.5 - 3 years ago.
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November 13, 2012 10:04:23 AM

Anik8 said:
According to alienbabeltech the performance improvement ratio of geforce 310.33 drivers versus catalyst 12.11 os 3:4 that is 3x by nv 310.33 and 4x by amd 12.11.
http://alienbabeltech.com/main/?p=32344&page=3
Now the relative performance shown by techpowerup uses amd 12.11 drivers but doesn't include nv 310.33 drivers.
http://tpucdn.com/reviews/AMD/Catalyst_12.11_Performance/images/perfrel_1920.gif
So allow me to make some simple mathematical changes here: let's talk on 1080p as its OP's resolution.
The 7950 jumps from (85 to 91)% ie. 6% ie. 4x or 3x = (6*3/4) = 4.5% therefore the 660 ti at 89% should now be able to deliver 93.5%.Hence beating the 7950 once again.
Next the 7970 jumps to 107% from 100% a 7% ie. 4x or 3x = (7*3/4) = 5% therefore the 670 at 104% should now be able to deliver 109%.Once again beating the 7970.
Lastly the 7970 ghz jumps to 117% from 109% an 8% ie. 4x or 3x = (8*3/4) = 6% therefore the 680 at 112% should now be able to deliver 118%.Slightly pulling ahead or on par with the 7970 ghz edition.
Hence the final approximate(+/- 1%) standings are:
GTX 680 = 118%
HD 7970 Ghz =117%
GTX 670 = 109%
HD 7970= 107%
GTX 660 Ti = 93.5%
HD 7950 = 91%

Thank You. :) 


This is actually quite the disingenuous post.

Your link shows a 7970 GHz vs. a GTX 680 both with the newer drivers with the 7970GHz winning overall. You then add an approximate performance boost, pull up a totally unrelated benchmark from an unrelated website and apply the percentage difference to their results.

Don't you see something wrong with that? The original post showed:
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November 13, 2012 11:24:47 AM

ElMoIsEviL said:
:heink: 

I'm sorry bud but you must have issues comprehending English.

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PS. I don't deny criticisms of AMD n'or do I believe that they're superior to nVIDIA overall as a company. Just playing Devil's Advocate here.


Those in the thread had already advocated nVIDIA and supposed driver superiority. I opted to play Devil's Advocate. Which means you argue the other side of the coin for arguments sake.

Your post is redundant.

whoa witty reply . . .
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(not picking a "side" either, just showing there is more than one advocate for the devil)

who cannot comprehend? which leads to:
C-U-D-A?

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Being replaced by OpenCL and DirectCompute. Many apps (including Cyberlink's lineup) are now moving towards OpenCL rather than CUDA.

OpenCL is the industry standard. Your argument may have applied 1.5 - 3 years ago.


please see post that was replied to. but how many apps are taken advantage of openCL or DC. far less than cuda ATM and unless you have a crystal ball predicting the future in the tech world is ludicrous.

put your superman cape away, it has a few holes in it.
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November 13, 2012 11:58:04 AM

I am the Devil.

And I don't want either of you morons representing me.
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November 13, 2012 11:59:03 AM

:kaola: 
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November 13, 2012 12:05:46 PM

ElMoIsEviL said:
This is actually quite the disingenuous post.

Your link shows a 7970 GHz vs. a GTX 680 both with the newer drivers with the 7970GHz winning overall. You then add an approximate performance boost, pull up a totally unrelated benchmark from an unrelated website and apply the percentage difference to their results.

Don't you see something wrong with that? The original post showed:
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v51/ElMoIsEviL/radeonnvidia.jpg

If both the sites talk about relative performance and relative boost,its not wrong to co-relate them.Proportionally or percentage wise it has to be correct unless you believe one of the websites are showing fabricated outputs.
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November 13, 2012 7:47:21 PM

jessterman21 said:
I am the Devil.

And I don't want either of you morons representing me.

HEY!

i resemble that remark!
:whistle: 
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