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65. Re: NVIDIA: Sep 25, 2013, 15:10 HorrorScope
Hellbinder wrote on Sep 25, 2013, 10:56:
I'm still reading reams of bullshit in this thread.

People, *No* video cards out today blow away the hardware in the PS4 or Xbox One. nor will the ones released in the next 2-3 years. Higher resolution does not = better graphics. a Radeon 6770 can display the exact same graphics scene as a GeForce 780. The only difference is the Frame rate / resolution. Consoles don't play games at super high resolutions so its a moot point.

This is why this entire comment is completely full of shit. Games on the Ps4 and probably the xbox one will look as good or better in many cases than PC games for at least the next 3 maybe 4 years. in 5-7 years is when you will really start to see a difference. This is basically the same as it has always been.

Tablet hardware is not going to make any difference either. Not for at least 4-5 more years.

This will be proven wrong shortly after release. But to be on topic the article is about GPU's and it is unquestionable that my 760 is better than anything in the next gen's and there are still 3 classes higher than what I have and then the option of SLI. The Nvidia guys is talking GPU, and so am I. You are talking full system. That said, I'm willing to e-bet a top Intel Quad with a 780 will smoke next gen.

But GPU wise, we have specs on the next gen... not even close. It's about a $175 dollar card on the PC.

The only reason a next gen game will look better is because of a bad port.

It didn't take long at all for the PC to surpass last gens, not 5-7 years. Do you have a memory issue?
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