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    Dr Lisa Su reconfirms Big Navi GPU product releases in 2020

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    Re: Dr Lisa Su reconfirms Big Navi GPU product releases in 2020

    But the problem is so is Nvidia Ampere with promises of 30-50% better performance.
    They missed the momentum.
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    Re: Dr Lisa Su reconfirms Big Navi GPU product releases in 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by darcotech View Post
    But the problem is so is Nvidia Ampere with promises of 30-50% better performance.
    They missed the momentum.
    *IF* Nvidia Ampere delivers that performance across the lineup. Like any company, Nvidia does tend to be selective with how it describes/leaks upcoming products. Until Ampere-based/Big-Navi products actually release it isn't going to be possible to decide who will win.

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    Re: Dr Lisa Su reconfirms Big Navi GPU product releases in 2020

    I reckon that performance uptake will apply to RTX. Actual horsepower, the bit that counts (because 30-50% still means 1440p RTX, if that), will be 20-30%. Although I hope to be wrong, I've just kinda lost faith in nvidia.

    And you can bet the price will get bumped too.

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    Re: Dr Lisa Su reconfirms Big Navi GPU product releases in 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by darcotech View Post
    But the problem is so is Nvidia Ampere with promises of 30-50% better performance.
    They missed the momentum.
    1) Ampere is ages away
    2) AMD are looking at a lot greater than 30-50% better performance in say, ray tracing

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    Re: Dr Lisa Su reconfirms Big Navi GPU product releases in 2020

    Well AMD did hit Intel hard... THEY also could hit Nvidia hard... either way I wish they get cornered down like that, but not so much for being on Team Red or Green here to be honest... it is more about the prices being dragged down in the process = we get better products, lower cost, more performance and quality boosts per generation instead of this holding it back thing.

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    Re: Dr Lisa Su reconfirms Big Navi GPU product releases in 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by darcotech View Post
    But the problem is so is Nvidia Ampere with promises of 30-50% better performance.
    They missed the momentum.
    1) Ampere is ages away
    2) AMD are looking at a lot greater than 30-50% better performance in say, ray tracing
    How could you possibly know that Amepere is further away than "Big Navi"?

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    Re: Dr Lisa Su reconfirms Big Navi GPU product releases in 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by Telekloud View Post
    How could you possibly know that Amepere is further away than "Big Navi"?
    Where did I say that?

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    Re: Dr Lisa Su reconfirms Big Navi GPU product releases in 2020

    If they fix Navi drivers, make something even 20-25% faster than 5700XT and price it sensibly they have a sale here.

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    Re: Dr Lisa Su reconfirms Big Navi GPU product releases in 2020

    Quote Originally Posted by Tunnah View Post
    I reckon that performance uptake will apply to RTX. Actual horsepower, the bit that counts (because 30-50% still means 1440p RTX, if that), will be 20-30%. Although I hope to be wrong, I've just kinda lost faith in nvidia.

    And you can bet the price will get bumped too.
    Good luck to AMD, but I don't think Nvidia will make the same mistakes as Intel.

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