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About IGJoe2192

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  1. ^ This, so much this. I ran Crossfire from HD3000 series all the way up to RX480.
  2. That's the way to respond to somebody, thank you. I wasnt aware and somehow missed this piece by GN and BuildZoid.
  3. You said "AMD doesn't have a decreasing market share." I said "DX12 GPU's alone the HD7900 series itself has gone from 1.98% down to 1.69%" (talking specifically about 7900 series under the DX12 GPU category, not AMD in its entirety. This is in reference to the Steam Hardware Survey) "They don't have a decreasing market share" is in reference to a person asking if Nvidia should drop support on the Pascal lineup due to their current market share value, which is still growing and making them money. What part of "Sit back, chill out, get all of the information and then act" says to do nothing? I never said it was a non-issue, just that it isn't something worth writing home about. People are making a mountain out of a mole hill. AMD turned off a feature for the greater good. This is so they could come up with a fix before people tried to use it, had real issues and started bashing them as they did for turning it off. I am one for getting answers but not for bashing a company until I know the reason they have done something. This isn't something that has effected a majority of people and has not ruined their gaming experience. This is a small feature that is relevant to a dwindling number of specific hardware users. Therefore it is no big deal, not some marketing scheme that is going to ruin the industry for consumers. One last bit and that has to do with your perception of my aggressiveness. That is on you for assuming ones tone based on text and is an internal reflection on how you feel.
  4. Never said that. Look at the all mighty god "The Steam Hardware Survey" an overwhelming majority of GCN 1 products are in the decline. "idly" sitting by is better than crying wolf as soon as you see the most minute disruption. Sit back, chill out, get all of the information and then act. As quoted above, it looks like they disabled it for a reason and are looking at ways to correct the issues they have found.
  5. They don't have a decreasing market share. in DX12 GPU's alone the HD7900 series itself has gone from 1.98% down to 1.69% share in the last 5 months... AMD doesn't see money for HD7900 sales anymore, and they are declining in the market. What all of you also don't realize is that while these old cards may be in systems on Steam's survey that does not mean they are using the limited number of games that leverage async compute. So in all honesty how many customers does this "hurt"? Why are you so pissed about if you do not have that hardware...
  6. Is there enough of these cards on the market to matter? Am I missing out on a big performance increase? The point is, this card is 3 generations old and I don't expect AMD to support it forever. I want them to release a new powerhouse on the 14nm architecture.
  7. Yeah, I want something from AMD in a single GPU that will drive my freesync 1440P 144hz monitor. Waiting patiently.
  8. I am fine with that... still running 7970Ghz, they just need to hurry up and release Vega.