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ive heard things of 20nm process which i believe but 4000+ stream processors i would also believe to if they were making a statement vs the titan and the architecture seems really cool but for say someone whose looking at the equivalent of a 7950 type price, this will be 9950 or if you believe the rebranding something like a R-295 piece or someat. ithe "specs" on nvidis site are o believed cus the 8xxxx series seem to be form APU/mobile desktop is a whole new monster :P. but thinking say 9950 came out you reckon it maybe priced at like

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i am pretty drunk so dont flame me on grammar or speling and ****. its a genuine question cus i dont know whether get a

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To be honest I'm pretty lost on what the question is

 

Reading 'reckon' with a

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To be honest I'm pretty lost on what the question is
 
Reading 'reckon' with a

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Translation:

Hello my fellow neowin brethrin. I have heard things about AMD releasing a new set of hardware based on the 20nm process which could have potentially 4000+ stream processors. I find it difficult to believe this statement but compared to nvidia's Titan architecture, it feels a little exaggerated.

 

Actually, even my drunk translator can't make any more sense after this :|

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The British Pound?
Or real money as I call it :p

Hah yeah, I also don't think reckon is used in English(UK) slang either

 

I'll Try and decipher his question

 

9950 came out you reckon it maybe priced at like

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i beliv hd 9000 wll be pretty gud vs nvidis currnt cards bt well all hve to w8&c I guess.

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