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  • #21
    Originally posted by Panix View Post
    It's sad that the poorly designed Fermi cards are supported way faster than Evergreen cards.
    Thats because you are running windows drivers on linux with nvidia. Thats why they cannot open the source, cannot support Xorg properly and handle linux as second-class; but release fast and on the same graphical tests you can reliably mess linux always fall 20% behind winblows (unless its cpu intensive,ie kernel, then linux will win). Well, it is currently fastest 3D solution, but it lacks (and will always lack) any point where linux can actually use its main feature to go in lead.

    If you look at software performance(ie recoding, databases, processing etc) linux LEADS on opensource apps.

    In 3D it is slowed down by:
    a) a company that handles it as second-class system, never opens source and hence hardware+linux software solutions always fall behind winblows with performance to have no choice to go up or on-par(no one can improve it beside them, and they simply dont care).

    b) a company that does opensource, but .. ugh,.. slooow. It still carries its closed source driver, that is many times worse than (a), unless workstation tasks. A company that cannot deside? Well at least it does(together with some community effort) opensource and its 3D is usable.

    c) a company that does only opensource in linux. But its opensource drivers performance is messed to be 5-6 times slower than on closed source winblows. Wtf, no? And it has no hardware capable of something average 3D currently.

    Great 3D situation, no? The choice is yours. I went (b) and abadoned (a).

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    • #22
      Originally posted by Panix View Post
      With the Evergreen 5770 about $40 more than the 4850 and $70 more than the 4770, it's a bit hard to justify.
      If you do not want Opengl4 effects in linux(any apps using them?) and can live with opengl3.2 - go 4770. This is the only difference to my knowledge.

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      • #23
        Originally posted by crazycheese View Post
        If you do not want Opengl4 effects in linux(any apps using them?) and can live with opengl3.2 - go 4770. This is the only difference to my knowledge.
        the hd3000 and hd4000 do have a broken openCL gpu-cache! (its emulatet by software over the vram/ram)

        if you wana use openCL in the future only HD5000 brings you full speed!

        but only hd5850 and up do have full 64bit power!

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        • #24
          Originally posted by crazycheese View Post
          Call me a consumer with brains(rare, no?), if you wish.
          We call them "sucker with money to blow".

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          • #25
            Originally posted by Qaridarium View Post
            the hd3000 and hd4000 do have a broken openCL gpu-cache! (its emulatet by software over the vram/ram)

            if you wana use openCL in the future only HD5000 brings you full speed!

            but only hd5850 and up do have full 64bit power!
            Where do you have this information from?
            HD3xxx isn't even supported with opencl.

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            • #26
              Originally posted by Hans View Post
              Where do you have this information from?
              HD3xxx isn't even supported with opencl.
              in openCL there are 2 gpu caches ...

              the hd3xxx can handle openCL but the 2 gpu caches are broken. so the speed is low low lowest low!

              the hd4xxx series do have 1 broken-cache so the speed is low to but better than hd3xxx

              yes because of this amd do not support openCL on hd3xxx cards!

              only hd5xxx cards have full compatible gpu caches for openCL!

              if you don't belive search in the forum about openCL there is a threat startet by me and bridgman write there to ;-)

              if you don't believe me call bridgman for this!

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              • #27
                Originally posted by Hans View Post
                Where do you have this information from?
                HD3xxx isn't even supported with opencl.
                http://www.phoronix.com/forums/showthread.php?t=21287


                "Each new generation has additional inter-thread hardware support and there's a certain level required for a full, fast OpenCL implementation. IIRC the global data share (GDS) was added to rv670 first, and local data share (LDS) was added to rv770 first, and both of them are required for OpenCL. "
                Bridgman

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                • #28
                  Originally posted by Qaridarium View Post
                  http://www.phoronix.com/forums/showthread.php?t=21287


                  "Each new generation has additional inter-thread hardware support and there's a certain level required for a full, fast OpenCL implementation. IIRC the global data share (GDS) was added to rv670 first, and local data share (LDS) was added to rv770 first, and both of them are required for OpenCL. "
                  Bridgman
                  and this : ""To be (hopefully) precise, the LDS in RV770 isn't used in OCL, and will probably never be used there, as its access model is too restrictive to fit the specification.""

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                  • #29
                    Originally posted by deanjo View Post
                    We call them "sucker with money to blow".
                    We?? Seriously, you all guys should seek psychologist attention.

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                    • #30
                      Originally posted by crazycheese View Post
                      We?? Seriously, you all guys should seek psychologist attention.
                      We are not the ones suffering from grandiosity.

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