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    Default No New GPUs from AMD for the Bulk of 2013 yes:D

    AMD's product manager for desktop graphics
    products Devon Nekechuk, in an interview with
    Japanese publication 4Gamer.net, revealed that
    his firm won't be launching any new Radeon
    GPUs in 2013, and that the company would
    instead play out the year on its current Radeon
    HD 7000 series' performance, with price
    adjustments and possible performance
    increments through driver updates. In a slide
    released to 4Gamers.net, AMD pointed that its
    Radeon HD 7900 series (high-end), HD 7800
    series (performance), and HD 7700 series
    (mainstream), will carry on the company's
    mantle "throughout 2013."
    This announcement is indication that GPU
    makers have decided to slow things down
    from the streak of rapid new GPU launches that
    lasted from some time around 2007, running
    up to 2012, which can be heavily taxing in
    terms of R&D costs for either companies. We
    know for sure that NVIDIA is clearing its
    backlog of consumer GPU development by
    releasing the GeForce GTX "Titan" graphics card
    in a couple of weeks' time, and we know from
    older reports that NVIDIA could launch a
    "refreshed" GeForce Kepler lineup, that largely
    retains the GeForce Kepler silicon while topping
    up with subtle changes (clock speeds, software
    features that don't involve redesigning the
    silicon, etc.,) but AMD coming out in the open
    with this announcement could change
    everything. NVIDIA has the opportunity to save
    a few coins by sticking to its current lineup
    (plus the upcoming GTX "Titan,") and
    responding to competition from AMD by price-
    adjustments and timely driver optimizations of
    its own.

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    This announcement is indication that GPU
    makers have decided to slow things down
    from the streak of rapid new GPU launches that
    lasted from some time around 2007, running
    up to 2012, which can be heavily taxing in
    terms of R&D costs for either companies.Another yes

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    http://www.techpowerup.com/mobile/180009/No-New-GPUs-from-AMD-for-the-Bulk-of-2013.html

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    That's good

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    Thats good until the new consoles get released. Lame consoles r gonna ¤¤¤¤ up us pc gamers

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    So, no 8k series is coming from radeon..
    Why so Serious!

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    Are vai ekta card kinar few month er porei arek serise ber hoye jai, aita hoilo? Khali khali taka nosto!
    Last edited by rman; February 14th, 2013 at 14:07.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waliDJ View Post
    Thats good until the new consoles get released. Lame consoles r gonna ¤¤¤¤ up us pc gamers
    until xbox's used game undistributable policy kicks in.


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    Quote Originally Posted by -RAKIB- View Post
    So, no 8k series is coming from radeon..
    lemme complete your sentence ~ ......from radeon... . . . .[bold]this year[/bold]

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    Arre bhai, 8k series ashtese na bhaloi hoise. 7000 series er gula still strong enough. Get a 7950 & you won't have to worry till 2015 or even more.

    I too might just get a GTX 670 or 7950

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    Its the same with AMD, after a year of release from new gen GPUs they release another series as improvisation from the predecessor and probably wait another year or two for another Gen cards. So no need to get so hooked up with thinking they keep bringing new stuff just to make you angry and drool over them
    Last edited by Trave160; February 14th, 2013 at 22:32.

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    no 8k series in this year ? :O

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