Why did you all convinced me to wait for pascal?
Why do you have to be so cruel
Why would they care? They know that Nvidia's retarded fanbase will forgive anything, so they're free to fuck up as much as they like.
This isn't acceptable work, Amir. Don't use weak words aka "looks like" or "doesn't mean much". Make positive statements that everything is fine, and that Pascal is not only on track, but set to crush the competition.
Consider this a first strike.
>How Nvidia made the big Pascal chip in such a way that both GDDR5 and interposer based HBM memory will work with the same package is going to be very interesting to hear, every other company using HBM has found this impossible to implement too.
Very interesting. How they managed to do something, that even the inventors of HBM could not do is certainly a technological feet in itself. Yet alone the 15TF of compute on a GDDR5 based chip.
>It doesn't mean much.
Except it does.
Because doing exactly what this Gook of a CEO has done (again), is Illegal.
It also means that nVidia are so threatened by AMD's advances and recent IP and Patents that they are willing to go to the lengths of faking products, again.
Dude your car's getting a neural network
So the federal govt can track every car on the road in real time and know what your tire pressure and oil temp are at the same time!
Yes! I actually lost some of my AMD brand loyalty but I'm glad we are talking about woodscrews and low yields again. I like my Intel/Nvidia laptop though and it runs really cool.
AMD Fury X master race reporting in
Stupid nvidicucks were memeing to just wait 2 years and buy pascal instead of upgrading
>>How Nvidia made the big Pascal chip in such a way that both GDDR5 and interposer based HBM memory will work with the same package is going to be very interesting to hear, every other company using HBM has found this impossible to implement too.
how the fuck could they possibly work on the same package?
are they planning on requiring an interposer ever on GDDR5 solutions?
R9 3xx and GTX 9xx series will be forgotten as the last in a frustratingly long string of 28nm GPUs.
Polaris and Pascal have the potential to have enormous gains and endurance, since we're probably not seeing a jump to 10nm or better for a long time.
how many of the 12_1 features aren't just HW accelerated/managed versions of techniques already available in DX12 or even DX11?
for the GPU-sorted transparency, tiled 3D textures, etc., you really need techniques that aren't feasible in DX11 but are with HW acceleration.
some of Nvidia's 12_1 demos still look like they were making 980Ti cards sweat for pretty low intensity scenes.