Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by asimriz, Jan 14, 2013.
I knew that the moment they officially released it and named it G_104
And Im still sticking with that comment (all those driver issues just proved my point). I don't want to debate further, I already said what I said some time ago.
I hope it will be a true GK110 like Tesla K20X (14SMX) with less vram and of course higher gpu frequency with more tflops (4.2 +)
If its another GK104 with more cores on it, then i'll go AMD GCN2 for sure
I aims to please
I did have a good laugh when i looked at the score, especially that physics score of 3k
just adding 2 more cores at the same speed nets about 2000 more
that score needs improving it is not something i would be boasting about and from your post history you seem to be posting it up in many threads.
Hey, that's ok, I understand if you've got reading issues.
i rest my case
Wow, you are desperate.
Let's keep off the offtopic, you can take it to PMs if you want.
good driver support and physx.
The overall score is weak because he's running an old Core2 system. He points that out when posting the link, I fail to see your problem. If you look specifically at the Graphics Score it's quite good. That said, I would like to see him put the card in a more up to date system and really unleash it's potential.
post your score in 3dmark 11 thread or AMD thread, in the nvidia forums it has no relevance to anything
It has no relevance in a thread named: "GTX 670 or ATI 7970"?
...Right you are then.
Pay attention to what i said. He was posting those replies in NV forums, i didnt mean this one specifically
Ah, fair enough. My apologies. Still need my daily dose of caffeine.
You post your 3d mark 11 link everywhere and you give me a facepalm when I comment on it. My 3d mark 11 link with a core 2 qx9650 at 4ghz is an example of a bad CPU bottleneck with a 480. Throw in a weaker CPU and a stronger gpu and its even worse. I gave you my experience with a c2d e8400 at 4ghz
Those posts are all in 7970/7950 vs 670/660 threads anyway so..
Back down? Ill say it again, go post your weak score else where where the thread says "7950"
Quick edit huh.
heh, this is like the old days of Graphics card wars. Opinions very regardless of green or red. My first card after the death of 3dfx was a Radeon DDR. Love it, but had to wait on certain drivers to get UT performance up to par.
Then the Radeon 8500 64/128MB. Multiple issues with texture flashing and instead of brown sand behind vehicles getting kicked up was green texture blobs.(Battlefield 1942, oh the good ole days!) Took half a year to get the drivers to get rid of that issue.
Onward!! 9800 XTX. This was truly the only card of ATI's that didn't give me headaches. Loved it!
X800 XT. This is where driver nightmares for me started with ATI. We all had to go to rage3d to get any help and hopefully OMEGA released a new alternate driver. Because every ATI release would fix a new game but break a year or two old games playability.
X1900 XT.After 6 months of slow, crappy driver releases and getting banned from rage3d from Terry "catalyst maker" Makedon for pointing out a possible hardware flaw (no, no arguing just a simple point that a couple of us found out) I threw the 1900 in the trash and went to the nearest comp store and picked a Geforece 8800 GTS 640. Drivers are released for new games within days, not a month later like some of the releases last year where alot of R7900 owners were waiting. Oh and it was good to see ATI/AMD releasing the "hotfixes" which were really common starting in the X800 days till this day.
8800GTS, GTX260-216, GTX 470, and now a GTX 660ti soon to be SLI'ed and very pleased since 3DFX and Voodoo series died.
Guys on the ATI side, stop taking it so personal. I can tell you haven't been through the "hell" alot of us older gamers have been through with ATI/AMD. If you had could you blame us for defending Nvidia to the end??? No, you couldn't. I just want to plug n play that Nvidia allows me to do. So in the end, go tweak your AMD cards, fiddle if you want to, me I like physx and stable drivers right out of the gate. Too old to fiddle. Have fun.
+1 to this reply.
I believe if you play games like Arkham City or other PhysX intensive games, you will be better off with the 670. The 670 seems to be smoother then the 7970 in a lot of cases, althought the 7970 will give you a bit higher FPS count. You will get better numbers with the 7970 GHz edition though in such games as Metro 2033, and AvP.