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AMD Radeon HD 6800 Presentation Leaked
Old 19 October 2010, 22:43   #1
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Old 19 October 2010, 23:26   #2
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So they fixed the super sampling issue by using a different anti aliasing filter? Let's see how this works.

The power and efficiency are pretty much what I expected, but the ninth and twelveth thumbnails are full of shit. They manipulate the numbers to make it look like the 6870 and 6850 are a lot faster than the 460 when actually it's only by a small margin in some cases if you look closely.

Still, the 6870 seems to be on the same spot power wise as the 470, so that is a good thing if has a better price. If it costs at least $20 I might buy one to replace my current card.
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Old 20 October 2010, 02:03   #3
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did they fix the ....or should i say, remove the crappy AF optimisation?
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Old 20 October 2010, 03:10   #4
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I really dont care a shit about 6850/70, the only ATI card at the moment that intrests me are the HD6950/6970 cards. I alreay own a GTX460 for my HTPC, I dont need more mainstream cards, but the 6900 series are looking really good for my next tower desktop build.
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Old 20 October 2010, 03:16   #5
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:P 6970 is 300w tdp.

might be best to see what the GTX 580 can do.
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Old 20 October 2010, 04:19   #6
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:P 6970 is 300w tdp.

might be best to see what the GTX 580 can do.
You may have to wait another 6 months, they just finished to release their whole lineup... so doubt we will see new gpus from nvidia in the near 6-8 months.
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nvidia's high end refresh occurs 6months past the flagship release not 6 months past the entire lineup release.

the 580 will be here by january.
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nvidia's high end refresh occurs 6months past the flagship release not 6 months past the entire lineup release.

the 580 will be here by january.
Following the fermi screw up time delay, then it will be here by april.
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going by reputable chinese sources, the card should be well into development.

infact, there is news of a GTX 580 paper launch on the horizon to ruin AMD's release news.
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So they fixed the super sampling issue by using a different anti aliasing filter? Let's see how this works.

The power and efficiency are pretty much what I expected, but the ninth and twelveth thumbnails are full of shit. They manipulate the numbers to make it look like the 6870 and 6850 are a lot faster than the 460 when actually it's only by a small margin in some cases if you look closely.

Still, the 6870 seems to be on the same spot power wise as the 470, so that is a good thing if has a better price. If it costs at least $20 I might buy one to replace my current card.
No. Morphological AA is not a form of SSAA. It is something totally different and uses some patterns for edge recognition. It is faster than MSAA and gives equal level of visual quality.
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