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ATI Radeon HD 6990 delayed

ATI Radeon HD 6990 delayed

ATI's Radeon HD 6990, a dual-GPU high-end design, has been officially pushed back until Q1 2011.

As well as the CPU roadmap from AMD, the company's graphics business unit ATI had a few things to say to investors at the company's analyst day, and there's some bad news for anyone looking for the company's response to the Nvidia GeForce GTX 580.

According to GPU roadmaps offered to analysts, the ATI Radeon HD 6990 dual-GPU graphics card won't be available until the first quarter of next year. While it's not a major delay, it gives the Nvidia GTX 580, which Nvidia claims is the fastest DirectX 11 card around, time to gain traction in the market place.

The company also confirmed that its ATI Radeon HD 6970 and ATIRadeon HD 6950 are still set for launch in this quarter, although the roadmap doesn't detail a firm date as to when the cards will appear from its board partners.

While the Cayman-based Radeon HD 6970 GPU will give ATI a high-performance competitor to rival Nvidia's GTX 580, many were hoping to see the Radeon HD 6990 dual-GPU card, previously codenamed Antilles, this year.

The company also used the analyst event to sneak out the codenames for a pair of planned budget-range GPUs, designed to replace the ageing ATI Radeon HD 5770 and Radeon HD 5750 models. Although specifications weren't discussed, the GPUs, codenamed Turks and Caicos, are expected to launch in the first quarter of next year.

Are you disappointed that the dual-GPU Radeon HD 6990 won't be appearing in time for Christmas, or pleased that ATI is taking its time with its response to Nvidia's GTX 580? Share your thoughts over in the forum.

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memeroot 10th November 2010, 15:35 Quote
and what is it going to be exactly - 69 series have higher power usage.
l3v1ck 10th November 2010, 15:36 Quote
I don't think many people will find that delay a big deal.
If the HD6xxx was a new architecture (or even just a die shrink), it might have been. But I'm sure people can wait for this slight upgrade.
wuyanxu 10th November 2010, 15:39 Quote
6970 is gtx580's answer, dual GPU card is just a cheat, like all other dual-GPU cards.
l3v1ck 10th November 2010, 15:40 Quote
I must admit I much prefer the idea of a single GPU card.
mi1ez 10th November 2010, 15:51 Quote
So long as they can get the 6970 out and the prices of it and the GTX580 fall after christmas I'll be happy!
south side sammy 10th November 2010, 15:53 Quote
Still waiting for the GTX460x2.
Grape Flavor 10th November 2010, 15:56 Quote
What's with this continuing willful denial that the ATI brand has been jettisoned? Or did bit-tech just not get the memo?

ATI is gone, guys! It's the AMD Radeon HD 6990 now.
Snips 10th November 2010, 16:05 Quote
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Originally Posted by Grape Flavor

ATI is gone, guys! It's the AMD Radeon HD 6990 now.


Well QTR 1 next year!
Snips 10th November 2010, 16:09 Quote
If I'm honest about this, I'm not too happy about AMD's decision to delay the 6970. It may just be once they saw the results of the GTX580, they have had to tweak something to either bring it up to the same level or to take it over the level.

If I was to speculate, I'd say the 6970 with draw less power, slightly cooler but ultimately slower than the GTX580. Some people would actually see that as positive, me included.
liratheal 10th November 2010, 16:10 Quote
Chop chop, 69xx, I want to see some price drops on the 5870 range!
kylew 10th November 2010, 16:17 Quote
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Originally Posted by Snips
If I'm honest about this, I'm not too happy about AMD's decision to delay the 6970. It may just be once they saw the results of the GTX580, they have had to tweak something to either bring it up to the same level or to take it over the level.

If I was to speculate, I'd say the 6970 with draw less power, slightly cooler but ultimately slower than the GTX580. Some people would actually see that as positive, me included.

I don't know if you read the article or not, but the 6990 is what's been delayed, that's the dual GPU cayman card. The 6970 is the single GPU cayman which should be around GTX485 performance. The 6990 should offer significantly more performance than a GTX485 and they've probably realised that there's no rush now that they've seen how the 485 performs.
mi1ez 10th November 2010, 16:24 Quote
GTX485? Refusing to call it 580 are we? Can see where you're coming from, but sadly Nvidia have done it anyway!
TWeaK 10th November 2010, 16:29 Quote
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Originally Posted by kylew
...and they've probably realised that there's no rush now that they've seen how the 485 performs.

I'd have to disagree with you there. Yes, if the 6870 (6970) is a better performer than the 485 (580), then they'll know that they have the performance crown in the bag, they'll just be getting it a bit later. However, plenty of people will buy the 580 now and not want to upgrade again, especially given the price of the cards. It's in AMD's interest to get their card out as soon as possible, so that Nvidia don't capitalise on being the top dog of this generation with no competition (just like AMD did a year ago).
Snips 10th November 2010, 16:47 Quote
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Originally Posted by kylew
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Originally Posted by Snips
If I'm honest about this, I'm not too happy about AMD's decision to delay the 6970. It may just be once they saw the results of the GTX580, they have had to tweak something to either bring it up to the same level or to take it over the level.

If I was to speculate, I'd say the 6970 with draw less power, slightly cooler but ultimately slower than the GTX580. Some people would actually see that as positive, me included.

I don't know if you read the article or not, but the 6990 is what's been delayed, that's the dual GPU cayman card. The 6970 is the single GPU cayman which should be around GTX485 performance. The 6990 should offer significantly more performance than a GTX485 and they've probably realised that there's no rush now that they've seen how the 485 performs.

Sorry, I've been reading other sites who were predicting the 6970 release within the next two weeks. Bit-tech said this however:

"The company also confirmed that its ATI Radeon HD 6970 and ATIRadeon HD 6950 are still set for launch in this quarter, although the roadmap doesn't detail a firm date as to when the cards will appear from its board partners."

I read that as "Yes we were going to release this within a few weeks but now we won't. It will be released within the next 2 months but not until we are ready"

I also agree with you TWeak, if the cards were better, they wouldn't hold back on the release.
Farting Bob 10th November 2010, 17:11 Quote
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Originally Posted by Snips
If I'm honest about this, I'm not too happy about AMD's decision to delay the 6970. It may just be once they saw the results of the GTX580, they have had to tweak something to either bring it up to the same level or to take it over the level.

Highly unlikely that they will make any tweaks to the hardware with just a few months before release. Drivers get tweaked all the time but the GPU itself tends to be set in place a while before we see it hit the shelves.
fingerbob69 10th November 2010, 17:20 Quote
Cayman release was going to be on the 22nd Nov. Rumour-control has it either still on the 22nd or pushed back just one week to the 29th.
sakzzz 10th November 2010, 17:34 Quote
AMD is probably banking on 6970 to give the most bang for the buck so as to target the gtx 580 during holiday season. And in q1 2011 which not quite far off...regain the performance crown....
AuDioFreaK39 10th November 2010, 17:59 Quote
I've had my Radeon HD 5970s in Quad-CrossFireX for almost a year now. Unfortunately, with the recent announcement from TSMC that Cayman yields are remarkably low and inadequate for mass production, several media outlets are already reporting that Cayman-based cards are going to be delayed until late November and Q1 2011. Cards include the Radeon HD 6950, Radeon HD 6970 and dual-GPU Radeon HD 6990.

I was really looking forward to replacing my GPUs with Radeon HD 6990s in Quad-CrossFireX this holiday season. They are the only products I've been saving my pennies for all these months. At this point, there's just too much on my mind to even begin to elaborate how disappointed I am. AMD basically just gave Nvidia a two-month lead in the high-end desktop GPU market with the GeForce GTX 580. This is history repeating itself, only in opposite directions.
Phoenixlight 10th November 2010, 18:16 Quote
Why would you want to upgrade from two 5970's? don't they give you enough performance already?
AuDioFreaK39 10th November 2010, 18:46 Quote
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Originally Posted by Phoenixlight
Why would you want to upgrade from two 5970's? don't they give you enough performance already?

They give me a ridiculous amount of performance, don't get me wrong. I'm just hoping that the new Northern Islands 40nm architecture will more efficiently utilize all four GPU cores, as this seems to be an ongoing issue for many 4-way CrossFire users. While the performance potential in terms of Hemlock's architecture design is more than sufficient at the hardware level, I'll be the first person to point the finger at AMD's Catalyst driver team for insufficiently supporting advanced multi-GPU configurations, or even realizing that there are enthusiast users who own such configurations. Only since Catalyst 10.8 have the drivers actually made any good use of my Quad-CrossFireX configuration on Windows 7. I'm not even kidding - for the entire first half of 2010, I felt like I had 8.6 billion useless 40nm transistors just sitting in my system, all thanks to some clowns who don't know how to code drivers correctly.
leveller 10th November 2010, 19:20 Quote
Happy to wait it out and see what 6990 offers, it also coincides with Valve's new offerings and a few new games like Guild Wars 2, so I might have to put off the new rig until then.
Nikols 10th November 2010, 19:25 Quote
I think it's a bit of a bummer. In order to stop the rot I offloaded my 5870's just before the 6 series hype kicked in. I was waiting for the 6990 to come along and now don't think I'm arsed waiting another 2-4 months so that leaves me with a choice between the 6970 and 580. The 580 did it's proper dx11 improvements (tesselation etc) last year in the form on the 480 and suffered poor yields and delays. Cayman is playing catch up on this side of the high end performance and is suffering poor yields... So what to go for.. Well to me the 580 is looking like this years winner. It's ironed out it's issues last year and will have relatively mature drivers thanks to it being an evolution. Reviews have it performing aroound the same level as a 5970 but without the driver issues of dual chip. The 6970 will probably come in around the same performance as the 580 with huge gains in tesselation over the 5870. So it's down to the frills... Physx cuda nvidia 3d are all appealing. Unless the 6970 is an ass whopper ati have dropped the ball which is pretty **** for a company resting on it's laurels for 12 months!
Fizzban 10th November 2010, 19:38 Quote
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Originally Posted by AuDioFreaK39
I've had my Radeon HD 5970s in Quad-CrossFireX for almost a year now. Unfortunately, with the recent announcement from TSMC that Cayman yields are remarkably low and inadequate for mass production, several media outlets are already reporting that Cayman-based cards are going to be delayed until late November and Q1 2011. Cards include the Radeon HD 6950, Radeon HD 6970 and dual-GPU Radeon HD 6990.

I was really looking forward to replacing my GPUs with Radeon HD 6990s in Quad-CrossFireX this holiday season. They are the only products I've been saving my pennies for all these months. At this point, there's just too much on my mind to even begin to elaborate how disappointed I am. AMD basically just gave Nvidia a two-month lead in the high-end desktop GPU market with the GeForce GTX 580. This is history repeating itself, only in opposite directions.

Two 5970's? You have to be losing performance in there somewhere man. One is overkill for just about anything. And they don't scale well. I wish I had more money than sense. Must be nice.
Sloth 10th November 2010, 20:09 Quote
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Originally Posted by wuyanxu
6970 is gtx580's answer, dual GPU card is just a cheat, like all other dual-GPU cards.
How do you figure? Are MCM multi-core processors cheating for using multiple dies? Better hope you never had a Core 2 Quad! What about the GTX480 v. 5870, how do you rationalize the massively larger die on the 480? Is that not cheating by simply throwing more transistors at it until you get better performance?

It's one thing to be proud of the GTX580 taking the fastest single-GPU crown, but to call other cards cheating simply because they have a different design? If putting two dies on one PCB lets them turn out high performance at a reasonable prices/heat/power draw then more power to them.
flipman 10th November 2010, 21:39 Quote
reading through all your thoughts i think the bigest question is if the 6990 will come out is there a proccesor that will let you use all its performance or will it show us minimum framerates that is similar to other cards in the top end i would like to see them improve over the pre-high end cards and i don't want to see bottleneck's with other hardware. I say let them sort out the yields or whatever problem and bring it out when its ready for us to use it and i can't wait to see it in action :)
Snips 10th November 2010, 22:45 Quote
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Originally Posted by Sloth
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Originally Posted by wuyanxu
6970 is gtx580's answer, dual GPU card is just a cheat, like all other dual-GPU cards.
How do you figure? Are MCM multi-core processors cheating for using multiple dies? Better hope you never had a Core 2 Quad! What about the GTX480 v. 5870, how do you rationalize the massively larger die on the 480? Is that not cheating by simply throwing more transistors at it until you get better performance?

It's one thing to be proud of the GTX580 taking the fastest single-GPU crown, but to call other cards cheating simply because they have a different design? If putting two dies on one PCB lets them turn out high performance at a reasonable prices/heat/power draw then more power to them.

Come on Sloth, you know what he means.
wuyanxu 10th November 2010, 23:00 Quote
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Originally Posted by Sloth
How do you figure? Are MCM multi-core processors cheating for using multiple dies? Better hope you never had a Core 2 Quad! What about the GTX480 v. 5870, how do you rationalize the massively larger die on the 480? Is that not cheating by simply throwing more transistors at it until you get better performance?

It's one thing to be proud of the GTX580 taking the fastest single-GPU crown, but to call other cards cheating simply because they have a different design? If putting two dies on one PCB lets them turn out high performance at a reasonable prices/heat/power draw then more power to them.
until we have real multi-GPU, it will always be very driver dependent.

real multi-GPU is where GPU are designed from the ground up to be used in multiples. such as having a side-port on the 4870x2, and the Hydra chip. i can never trust software to do the right thing at the right time, while i am sure a dedicated work scheduling chip on a dual-GPU card can do a good job.

multi-core CPU have scheduler to handle workload distribution. GPU have scheduler (there's a name for it during Fermi's launch) inside its core. when the right time comes that company realise they can't throw in more cores onto same chip, they will start have dedicated scheduler for work destruction.

before then, any multi-GPU set isn't done correctly.
Star*Dagger 10th November 2010, 23:14 Quote
I wonder if I can buy 2 at a time?

The only thing to replace my 4870x2

S*D
frontline 11th November 2010, 00:07 Quote
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Originally Posted by Snips
If I'm honest about this, I'm not too happy about AMD's decision to delay the 6970. It may just be once they saw the results of the GTX580, they have had to tweak something to either bring it up to the same level or to take it over the level.

If I was to speculate, I'd say the 6970 with draw less power, slightly cooler but ultimately slower than the GTX580. Some people would actually see that as positive, me included.

Pure speculation - as you have said yourself, numerous times before.

Strange how you have double standards when it comes to AMD products compared to Nvidia....
Sloth 11th November 2010, 00:18 Quote
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Originally Posted by Snips
Come on Sloth, you know what he means.
I really don't, unless he means to setup arbitrary rules and restrictions to make one side look better, but I honestly doubt that's his goal.
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Originally Posted by wuyanxu
until we have real multi-GPU, it will always be very driver dependent.

real multi-GPU is where GPU are designed from the ground up to be used in multiples. such as having a side-port on the 4870x2, and the Hydra chip. i can never trust software to do the right thing at the right time, while i am sure a dedicated work scheduling chip on a dual-GPU card can do a good job.

multi-core CPU have scheduler to handle workload distribution. GPU have scheduler (there's a name for it during Fermi's launch) inside its core. when the right time comes that company realise they can't throw in more cores onto same chip, they will start have dedicated scheduler for work destruction.

before then, any multi-GPU set isn't done correctly.
I'll jump straight to the end here and say: if it performs better than its alternatives, isn't that correct?

I would have guessed you considered multi-GPU cheating because it was like comparing SLI/CF results to a single card. Your explanation clears that up. I definately agree on software problems with dual-GPU solutions, it kept me from buying a dual 5770 setup which was popular when I was looking to buy. Glad to see you don't have a problem with the concept of dual/multi-GPU cards, though. Just as we saw with processors, you can only push a single unit so far before it reaches a performance plateau. GPUs are obviously a bit of a different beast, such as Fermi with its 16 "cores", but the heart of the matter remains: technology can always advance and when new solutions come along they just might be worth investing in. Perhaps if dual-GPU solutions become more popular they will be developed with their own schedulers, just as part of technology advancing.
Krayzie_B.o.n.e. 11th November 2010, 07:57 Quote
Unless you have an Eyefinity set-up this slight delay of the HD 6990 is not gonna bankrupt AMD besides the HD 5970 is still faster than the GTX 580 as is the HD 6870 in CF and a GTX 460 1gb Sli set-up.

AMD may have to delay the HD6970 6950 because of low production which seems to be a common theme to everyone needing silicon except Intel (and Strippers). The HD6990 uses two HD 6950 chips so there you go but seriously there is like only one game out right now that demands this much graphical horsepower.

Why do some people have an issue with dual GPUs? Especially when you can get better performance cheaper with two mid range GPU's versus one expensive high end GPU. HD 5850 CF has the same or better performance than a HD 5970 and is cheaper. GTX 460 sli beats a GTX 480 every time. To each his own I guess.

When was Nvidia so gung ho about the "Fastest Single GPU Crown" I don't remember this ideology when the GTX 295 with it's dual GPUs was out and nothing could touch it. If one card cost $500 then compare it to the next $500 solution be it single, double, triple, whatever. $500 dollar performance is $500 dollar performance no matter the configuration it comes in.
leveller 11th November 2010, 08:06 Quote
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Originally Posted by Krayzie_B.o.n.e.
there is like only one game out right now that demands this much graphical horsepower.

Unless you're running games at high res, in which case they are ALL demanding.
Snips 11th November 2010, 10:10 Quote
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Originally Posted by Krayzie_B.o.n.e.
Unless you have an Eyefinity set-up this slight delay of the HD 6990 is not gonna bankrupt AMD besides the HD 5970 is still faster than the GTX 580 as is the HD 6870 in CF and a GTX 460 1gb Sli set-up.

The figures I saw showed the 5970 to be slower than the 580 in most games tested, especially at higher res.
Adnoctum 11th November 2010, 10:48 Quote
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Originally Posted by AuDioFreaK39
Unfortunately, with the recent announcement from TSMC that Cayman yields are remarkably low and inadequate for mass production, several media outlets are already reporting that Cayman-based cards are going to be delayed until late November and Q1 2011. Cards include the Radeon HD 6950, Radeon HD 6970 and dual-GPU Radeon HD 6990.

Link me to that TSMC announcement. Oh, you mean Fudzilla's rumour based on a blogger's gossip based on an anonymous source rumoured to be from TSMC. I'll start panicking about a delay if December arrives and it doesn't arrive in numbers.
borandi 11th November 2010, 11:06 Quote
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Originally Posted by Fizzban
Two 5970's? You have to be losing performance in there somewhere man. One is overkill for just about anything. And they don't scale well. I wish I had more money than sense. Must be nice.

This just makes you sound ignorant. Maybe 3 years ago the scaling was poor, but now they scale better than they used to - 100/90/55/20 ish. Plus, there are plenty of other things apart from games that make full use of GPUs, which I require on a daily basis. It's not all games games games, you know.
Krayzie_B.o.n.e. 11th November 2010, 13:32 Quote
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Originally Posted by Snips
The figures I saw showed the 5970 to be slower than the 580 in most games tested, especially at higher res.

Bit-Tech benchmarked 4 games using the old 10.9 drivers for AMD cards, old 260.89 drivers for Nvidia cards, New 262.99 for the GTX 580 and it was a 2 to 2 split at 2560 x 1600. I based my comment from other data gathered using more games all settings to high 2560 x 1600 resolution 4 xAA 16xAF and where 262.99 and 10.10 drivers were used and the HD 5970 holds a higher percentage of performance versus the GTX 580.
Snips 11th November 2010, 14:02 Quote
Where did you see those benchtests?
Adnoctum 11th November 2010, 14:33 Quote
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Originally Posted by AuDioFreaK39
Unfortunately, with the recent announcement from TSMC that Cayman yields are remarkably low and inadequate for mass production, several media outlets are already reporting that Cayman-based cards are going to be delayed until late November and Q1 2011. Cards include the Radeon HD 6950, Radeon HD 6970 and dual-GPU Radeon HD 6990.
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Originally Posted by Adnoctum
Link me to that TSMC announcement. Oh, you mean Fudzilla's rumour based on a blogger's gossip based on an anonymous source rumoured to be from TSMC. I'll start panicking about a delay if December arrives and it doesn't arrive in numbers.

Fudzilla has just posted that the 69xx delays aren't down to yield issues after all. It seems it is all down to other components being delivered late from Texas Instruments.

You see, you can't take what Fuad says too seriously. It is a gossip site masquerading as a news site. And when Fuad has nothing to report, he recycles something old for the page hits or he just makes crap up.
Doctor Hades 11th November 2010, 15:00 Quote
I'm torn between buying a NVIDIA GTX 580 card now or waiting until the HD 6970 to see how that compares.

I'm currently using two HD 5870s in CrossFireX but I can't wait to ditch them for a more powerful single card to be frankly honest. Very few games actually use CFX, running with either negative scaling or have multi-GPU support disabled altogether by AMD in the drivers, and those that do use CFX don't scale particularly well, certainly not compared with NVIDIA. So overall my first taste of multi-GPU gaming has been a disappointment and I seem to have spent more time trying to get games working properly than actually playing them. For 85% of the games I play my second HD 5870 sits idle gobbling up electricity, which is not why I bought it!

I knew I should have stuck with a single GPU card but lacklustre GTX 480 reviews made me cancel my original pre-order and buy an HD 5870 instead. Knowing that wasn't as powerful as the card I had wanted I decided to buy a second in the hope that CFX would be well supported. How wrong I was. Had I only had one HD 5870 card then I'm sure my experience would have much more positive. However, AMD's CFX drivers are terrible IMO to the point where I almost believe they don't care about it.

I admit that I was an NVIDIA card user since 1998 up until March when I upgraded my GTX 280 and that I much prefer their drivers as they seem to be more committed to supporting games than ATI are. I also like the per-game profiles, something the AMD drivers still lack after FIVE years! So unless the HD 6970 is exceptional and by that I mean as powerful or more powerful than the GTX 580 but cheaper, running cooler and more efficiently then I think the GTX 580 will very likely be my next card. I'm resisting the urge to order one right now actually.
leveller 11th November 2010, 15:27 Quote
I can't remember when the last SLi CF feature was done but now I've read your post I would certainly like to see another before I invest in my next rig!
Senilex 11th November 2010, 16:21 Quote
Why do you guys STILL insist in calling them ATI Radeons.
This is just poor, there is NO excuse for it apart from your own stubbornness.
Snips 11th November 2010, 17:33 Quote
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Originally Posted by frontline
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Originally Posted by Snips
If I'm honest about this, I'm not too happy about AMD's decision to delay the 6970. It may just be once they saw the results of the GTX580, they have had to tweak something to either bring it up to the same level or to take it over the level.

If I was to speculate, I'd say the 6970 with draw less power, slightly cooler but ultimately slower than the GTX580. Some people would actually see that as positive, me included.

Pure speculation - as you have said yourself, numerous times before.

Strange how you have double standards when it comes to AMD products compared to Nvidia....

That's why the paragraph started with "If I was to speculate". I didn't say "This is whats going to happen!" like some do. Unlucky for you, you've wasted an opportunity to get back at me. FAIL +1 U
frontline 11th November 2010, 19:05 Quote
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Originally Posted by Snips
That's why the paragraph started with "If I was to speculate". I didn't say "This is whats going to happen!" like some do. Unlucky for you, you've wasted an opportunity to get back at me. FAIL +1 U

My point was - you have constantly had a go at people speculating sbout the 580 before it was launched, yet you seem willing to offer completely unfounded speculation about the 6970.

Which is it to be - only speculate when it relates to AMD hardware?
Phoenixlight 11th November 2010, 23:02 Quote
They're called AMD Radeon now guys!
Doctor Hades 12th November 2010, 16:21 Quote
Well I ended up giving in and bought a GTX 580 yesterday from Dabs.com. It arrived this morning. : )

Rumours suggest the HD 6970 will be slightly slower than the GTX 580 but also slightly cheaper so if that's true then I would have opted for the GTX 580 anyway on the basis of (IMO) better drivers and features (ambient occlusion, PhysX, etc.). Now that I'm ditching multi-GPU setups for good I just want the fastest single graphics card I can buy. I definitely had no interest in the HD 6990 as that is a multi-GPU card and, in my experience, AMD's CFX drivers leave much to be desired...
ozelectro 20th November 2010, 06:09 Quote
I don't think hardcore graphics enthusiasts limit their purchases to the holiday season. And an HD 6990 would be an awfully risky and expensive gift...
Fizzban 20th November 2010, 21:42 Quote
I don't think many people can either afford or justify spunking the silly amounts of money that those dual gpu cards cost. So I doubt this delay will affect most people. Sure I am always interested in the benchmark results, but I can wait lol.
GravitySmacked 20th November 2010, 23:57 Quote
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Originally Posted by l3v1ck
I must admit I much prefer the idea of a single GPU card.

Yeah me too; I know the drivers have come on a hell of a lot but I'd still plump for a single GPU card.
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