So 290X had 208W for 1000MHz and 390X is going to be 208W for 1100MHz.
I thought 290X was 250W; that would be an improvement.
390X - Grenada XT - 208W?
Is it real?
"Proletarians of all countries, unite!" ... the Marxist approach might be a way to go.
The testers should unite and create a multiplayer...
Do the reviewers mention this? They have charts with noise and guess what cooler is in those charts.
F@H does not run. Ryan at AT mentioned half the stuff is not working right.
680 is a nice card. Good job NV.
Still slower clock for clock than 7970, plus broken CUDA stuff in half of the applications.
Comments under the review.
Edit: Comment from Ryan:
It's not an NV SKU. It was modified. It's loosing clock for clock comparison as well.
According to AT Folding@H is broken at the moment.
If I remember correctly I read about it at AnandTech. Their focus group member asked NV about that and they said yes. Never mentioned the extent...
Fermi is using double vias as well AFAIK.
How far we are from release? When SI thread becomes monitor thread then it means AMD secrecy department is doing well. :D
Hey, news about Trinity from semiaccurate.
Where does OCDIMM fit here?
Charlie shoots some hints. The new thing should be a little bit less than 6990.
These are mobile parts. Come on, AMD, give us desktop GCN already. :)
AMD should look beyond vector and come up with matrix instructions.
Implementing them on GPU portion of the APU would be piece of cake. :)
TSMC outputs 5,000 wafers on 28nm a month in 1Q11, says paper
This is interesting. So they ship 28nm already and AMD has to wait over a year?
Hey, how about Fusion? :)
1-2 CPU cores with doubled Cayman. How big it would be?
Some driver workload could be offloaded to GPU.
If you are saying that 95% is not true then have a look. This is from Steam Survey, all video card percentage:
GTX285 - 1.20%
GTX280 - 0.80%...
Cayman just came out. Why wouldn't they support it? It does not make sense.
This is quite telling picture from computerbase.de:
We'll see how drivers are going to help for smaller resolutions and settings.
AMD - SSE4A
INT - SSE41 SSE42
It's 25% according to this: http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showpost.php?p=4665209&postcount=3121
I guess you can say it was at the time when almost everybody thought 1536 was 6950. :)
Isn't Furmark OpenGL? That's in line with the performance slides that showed good gains in OpenGL games.
I am not sure about the source but it's a right marketing strategy. According to Steam over 70% of gamers use DX10. That's the target of these charts.
Hey, Dave, on scale 1-10 how hard, stressful was this release? :)
That I agree. Some people created too much hype.
If <400mm2 GPU drawing <200W being close in performance to 580 can be considered a letdown then be my guest. :)
The NV endless city demo for Radeons here.
What's wrong with AMD tessellation?
This was in July... (link).
SI Q2/Q3 2011
Somebody should start SI speculation thread:...
Do you really expect 1120 to come close to 1600?
Given the expected performance then 1280 it is. :)
What if 6870 will be faster in DX11? :wink:
I am buying 1280 all wheel drive. :)
OBR was wrong before. One never knows.
This is thread is a proof of how well AMD misinformed all the people. Nobody believes nobody. Good job AMD.:evil:
It's a mice and cat game. It's obvious that every leak is photoshoped to confuse AMD back. Now I am not sure who is who. :)
It still would have been faster then GT200, plus DX11 features, better GPGPU, ...
We all know how NV marketing can work miracles.
I am surprised that you do not give credit to Cypress for pushing Fermi.
There is no way Fermi is within planned TDP. You've got to be blamed for...
NV hiccup. GT 420
460 is 3.43%. It almost caught up with 480.
It is selling very well.
I guess you can not cheat the size. AMD had issues even with double vias at the beginning.
I am sure ...
NV is using double vias on GF100. I don't know to what extent (what areas) though.