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    Question NVIDIA vs ATI RADEON ??

    Please, can anyone tell me the difference between the Nvidia and Ati Radeon pci expresses....?? I really need the details information of both brand's hardware and drivers. As like which one is good for gaming, which one is good at monitor display colors, which one is cheaper, which one is best at performance, which one consume less power, which one is got better driver etc. Like every details you guys know. Please help me. Thanks in advance...

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    you really need to do some reading before you can understand these.
    start here:
    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=nVidia+vs+ATI

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    whats ur budget?

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    it depends on your budget as it is said earlier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badhon_raj View Post
    you really need to do some reading before you can understand these.
    start here:
    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=nVidia+vs+ATI
    come on banglagamer community should be above this type of reply..

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitpirate View Post
    come on banglagamer community should be above this type of reply..
    This discussion has gone on for too many days in too many threads ... it is really tiring to reinvent the wheel all over again. Mostly, the OP will have to decide this for himself after he has has some idea of the matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bitpirate View Post
    come on banglagamer community should be above this type of reply..
    What Revx said. The biggest advantage of having everyone see the posts is that somebody else who has the same question will benefit from old answers. It's actually quite annoying when someone just asks instead of looking at the rest of the forum. If that's the case then we might as well send everything by PM, rather than posting for everyone to see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by REVx View Post
    This discussion has gone on for too many days in too many threads ... it is really tiring to reinvent the wheel all over again. Mostly, the OP will have to decide this for himself after he has has some idea of the matter.
    exactly. There are hundreds of thousands discussions over the net.
    @everyone, he is not trying to compare any specific model. He is trying to start another ati vs nvidia thread.
    @OP, see, already 1 day has passed, 135 views and yet no answer to your question. I'll still repeat my comment, do some reading, ask specifically. BG is a very friendly forum. You'll get your answer. Just don't be lazy.

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    nvidia is green, amd is red
    choose the color u like
    just trolling

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    Quote Originally Posted by drummerovi View Post
    Please, can anyone tell me the difference between the Nvidia and Ati Radeon pci expresses....?? I really need the details information of both brand's hardware and drivers. As like which one is good for gaming, which one is good at monitor display colors, which one is cheaper, which one is best at performance, which one consume less power, which one is got better driver etc. Like every details you guys
    know. Please help me. Thanks in advance...


    dont ask konta better .. eita sei dim age nah murgi age type r debate

    particular model onujayi u can compare price performance etc

    to ans some of ur query

    nvidia drivers er upore besh updated type .. on the other hand amd drivers issue thake
    notun kono amd gfx card jeirokom fps dey dekha jai drivers updated asle (usually after 3-4 months :I) same settings e 4-12 -15 fps+ paua jai
    nvidia te ei issue kom ... drivers updated rakhe most of the time

    Amd r technologie vinno , nvidia r tech o vinno ... bivinno nam ase ... u should check on their page .... jekhane kon tech ki kaj kore seta ase

    http://www.amd.com/us/ http://www.nvidia.com/page/home.html

    kisu features nvidia r ase jeigula onekei priority dey jemn cuda, physx etc .. and so amd has its way

    pw consumption varies .... specially amd or nvidia u cant differnciate
    price - well amd is comparatively cheaper sometimes .... at same clck speed range . amd gpu price comparatively older gular price drop kore ... nvidia less likely ... ( so if u lurk around u should find amd comparatively cheaper options)

    Monitor colour - u have to see it for urself to understand which is better if it is ( the visual quality also depends and varies from model to model for both NdA nd AMD .................




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    Nvidia


    1. Better Power Efficiency = Lower Electricity Bill
    2. More Powerful GPU
    3. The Best Games are optimized for Nvidia, so better gaming performance.
    4. More Expensive
    5. Better Driver Support = Frequently Updated Drivers


    Bottom Line is Nvidia is a overall better choice than AMD/ATI Radeon.
    Last edited by Obelix; February 18th, 2016 at 09:38.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sajid4268 View Post
    Nvidia
    Quote Originally Posted by Obelix View Post
    Nvidia


    1. Better Power Efficiency = Lower Electricity Bill
    2. More Powerful GPU
    3. The Best Games are optimized for Nvidia, so better gaming performance.
    4. More Expensive
    5. Better Driver Support = Frequently Updated Drivers


    Bottom Line is Nvidia is a overall better choice than AMD/ATI Radeon.
    The thread is 3 years old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sajid4268 View Post
    Nvidia
    Not again, why yo do dis?

    - - - Updated - - -

    Quote Originally Posted by Obelix View Post
    Nvidia


    1. Better Power Efficiency = Lower Electricity Bill
    2. More Powerful GPU
    3. The Best Games are optimized for Nvidia, so better gaming performance.
    4. More Expensive
    5. Better Driver Support = Frequently Updated Drivers


    Bottom Line is Nvidia is a overall better choice than AMD/ATI Radeon.
    Here's points from AMD themselves

    1. Better future proofing with heavy emphasize on DX12 features like Async, more shader cores
    2. More powerful in terms of Raw power
    3. Does not do gimmicky middleware like Nvidia, optimized gaming? Please even Kepler cards can't run Nvidia games nowadays
    4. More affordable with the expense of power draw by extra 30%
    5. New Driver department = Better performance now than before and on par with Nvidia now.

    I don't want to resurge this thread to begin with, but I hope this gets through every newbies mind. Nvidia is all show but no balls just like their CES Show showcasing a Drive PX2 with Maxwell GPUs instead of Pascal because Pascal fabs weren't finished at the time

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    here we go the consolegpu wars again...

    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post

    Here's points from AMD themselves

    1. Better future proofing with heavy emphasize on DX12 features like Async, more shader cores
    2. More powerful in terms of Raw power
    3. Does not do gimmicky middleware like Nvidia, optimized gaming? Please even Kepler cards can't run Nvidia games nowadays
    4. More affordable with the expense of power draw by extra 30%
    5. New Driver department = Better performance now than before and on par with Nvidia now.

    I don't want to resurge this thread to begin with, but I hope this gets through every newbies mind. Nvidia is all show but no balls just like their CES Show showcasing a Drive PX2 with Maxwell GPUs instead of Pascal because Pascal fabs weren't finished at the time

    1. and 2. more emphasize on dx12, it is true... but if 650$ furyx has to fight with 650$ 980Ti in dx12 games with lesser driver support/ sponsorship chance then....
    i guess we have to wait for this year to pass to finally figure out dx12.

    3. :v

    4. wut.... mid-high range or high range nvidia's power draw is far less than amd.... but for some mid-high range gpus amd can appear as overall less expensive because of the purchasing price/performance chart.

    5. interesting....

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    here we go the consolegpu wars again...




    1. and 2. more emphasize on dx12, it is true... but if 650$ furyx has to fight with 650$ 980Ti in dx12 games with lesser driver support/ sponsorship chance then....
    i guess we have to wait for this year to pass to finally figure out dx12.

    3. :v

    4. wut.... mid-high range or high range nvidia's power draw is far less than amd.... but for some mid-high range gpus amd can appear as overall less expensive because of the purchasing price/performance chart.

    5. interesting....
    4. You're forgetting the fact that these AMD cards are already overclocked refresh cards with extra VRAM , as for Nvidia you haven't heard that their TDP index rises significantly as you raise the clock speed and the TDP fluctuates? It's 28nm die what did you expect?

    5. Interesting is unnecessary HBAO+ and Tessellation features, lower those and AMD cards work like it's suppose to. Ask around

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    4. You're forgetting the fact that these AMD cards are already overclocked refresh cards with extra VRAM , as for Nvidia you haven't heard that their TDP index rises significantly as you raise the clock speed and the TDP fluctuates? It's 28nm die what did you expect?

    5. Interesting is unnecessary HBAO+ and Tessellation features, lower those and AMD cards work like it's suppose to. Ask around

    4. thats true but amd still far more power hungry for high range cards...

    5. amd drivers come out months after each other -_- they are not even likely to release driver updates soon after releasing so called 'amd sponsored' games. -_-

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    I think GPU shouldn't be compared by brand, rather it should be compared by card for similar price range. For example 380X is probably better choice than 960, but Fury X is worse than 980 ti.

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    3. Does not do gimmicky middleware like Nvidia, optimized gaming? Please even Kepler cards can't run Nvidia games nowadays
    Someone is butthurt.

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    Nvidia is all show but no balls just like their CES Show showcasing a Drive PX2 with Maxwell GPUs instead of Pascal because Pascal fabs weren't finished at the time
    Did you forget how long AMD took to get R 300 series out. And after all that time they released 2 new cards and a whole bunch of rebranded ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawon191 View Post
    I think GPU shouldn't be compared by brand, rather it should be compared by card for similar price range. For example 380X is probably better choice than 960, but Fury X is worse than 980 ti.

    Someone is butthurt.

    Did you forget how long AMD took to get R 300 series out. And after all that time they released 2 new cards and a whole bunch of rebranded ones.
    I even posted a video about this Scottish dude explaining why Nvidia add features to cripple their competition, but lets put that aside and think whether the extra features were worth it just for us to experience it. The HairWorks in Witcher 3 runs at 64x tessellation, think how much that is and the eye doesn't tell the difference for 1080p, if it was 4K would have made a whole lot of sense but why not let us choose the tessellation? Am butthurt, yes more likely cause I have sensible reason to think Nvidia is doing third degree Monopoly, why I say because them turds didn't put tessellation adjustment in Control Panel. Any forums would say the same.

    Did you forget Nvidia releasing 400 series Fermi cards? GTX 480 was a global warming phenomenon, then they rereleased the same architecture on 500 series. Still takes crap tons of power, then same for Kepler GTX 600 to 700 series. Both generation within 2 year cycles, AMD only did the genius idea of instead improving their architecture by releasing generations. It's the same architecture I get that, doesn't compete well against Maxwell understood. But do the benchmarks lie? am I spending more than my money's worth? Nvidia and AMD used to be head to head till Maxwell and GameWorks came out, staggering loss of market share for the GPU which AMD will have a hard time recovering unless their Polaris GPU shows good promise which they already demoed, Pascal is still long away but they're still hooking people to the hype that it's ready. They're playing with people around, seriously it's scary to even think how far they'll go

    Am not gonna continue with this argument anymore, you can add your counter debates all you want but this point stays clear from being moot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Did you forget Nvidia releasing 400 series Fermi cards? GTX 480 was a global warming phenomenon
    And the 290X is the current global warming phenomenon, right? At least AMD managed to top that chart.

    http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages...hmarks,11.html

    Can't take complaints about rebranding seriously when AMD is doing exactly that. And power consumption? 600 series (and onwards) e ki power problem chilo jeta AMD counterpart theke beshi?

    Shamner Hitman e naki A-Sync compute use korbe, make sure you talk ¤¤¤¤ about AMD when Nvidia cards perform poorly.

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