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Old 29-06-18, 07:30 PM
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Nvidia reportedly inviting the press to Gamescom

Should we expect something big in late August?



Read more about Nvidia's reported Gamescom event.

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I'm more excited to see what AMD are bringing out, Whoever is in charge of their GPU division needs to be slapped with a fish a good dozen times, No more experimental crap, Just raw horsepower.
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Old 29-06-18, 09:46 PM
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I'm more excited to see what AMD are bringing out, Whoever is in charge of their GPU division needs to be slapped with a fish a good dozen times, No more experimental crap, Just raw horsepower.
They have just hired two new people. It will take a few years before there products come to market
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Nvidia always has its own event when launching GeForce so I'm not holding my breath. Not going to be buying anyway
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Nvidia always has its own event when launching GeForce so I'm not holding my breath. Not going to be buying anyway
I want to buy... Want something around 1080ti performance for 1080 price so I can run better run my 144hz monitor at ultra settings. And prepare myself for a 3440x1440
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Old 30-06-18, 06:39 AM
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I'm more excited to see what AMD are bringing out, Whoever is in charge of their GPU division needs to be slapped with a fish a good dozen times, No more experimental crap, Just raw horsepower.
Vega already was raw horsepower. It was a more powerful card than the 1080 in raw terms. 12Gflops compared to 8. Problem is most things are better optimized for Nvidia architecture.

If AMD wants to stand a chance, it needs to follow the same principles as Ryzen, producing smaller dies and then releasing multi-die chips. It means near 100% yields and significantly reduced costs.
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