Precise WiiU CPU GPU details

#31looolrog(Topic Creator)Posted 12/4/2012 12:32:36 AM
Dynheart posted...
looolrog posted...
Buretsu posted...
looolrog posted...
nilesthebrave posted...
So you read the article and that was the conclusion you drew?

First you damn kids don't want to learn math, now you damn kids can't damning read dammit!


Don't know why you're attacking me, I'm just delivering a message.


Next time, read the message.

Your own link said:
"Eurogamer effectively called the difference [between CPUs] a "wash,""
"Meanwhile the GPU powering Wii U [...] runs at a speed of 549.999755MHz [...] The Xbox 360 GPU speed is 550 MHz."
"As Marcan concluded, "...don't compare [Wii U] clock per clock with a 360 and claim it's much worse. It isn't.""

You said:
"Not even as powerful as the 360, smh"

You're not even trying to troll well.


Technically, I'm still right.

550MHz > 549.999755MHz

Learn maths and stay in school.


A 550MHz card from 2009/2010 KILLS a 550 MHz card from 2004/2005. No contest. Not even close.

I bet the other consoles will be in the same ballpark 500-600MHz. You have to keep the heat in check; and it's all about the efficiency of the card as well.

Numbers? They mean absolutely nothing in today's tech debates. They are only small part of the argument any more.

In short? This isn't 1999-2006 anymore. Hardware doesn't rely on big numbers to get it done. They rely on feature sets and efficiency first, numbers are just the icing on the cake. Why do you think the number on all of our clocks have gotten smaller?

I wouldn't put it past the genius behind the PC world to make the numbers even smaller.


So is this an admission, that my observations are in fact correct?
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#32BuretsuPosted 12/4/2012 12:33:46 AM
looolrog posted...
Dynheart posted...
A 550MHz card from 2009/2010 KILLS a 550 MHz card from 2004/2005. No contest. Not even close.

I bet the other consoles will be in the same ballpark 500-600MHz. You have to keep the heat in check; and it's all about the efficiency of the card as well.

Numbers? They mean absolutely nothing in today's tech debates. They are only small part of the argument any more.

In short? This isn't 1999-2006 anymore. Hardware doesn't rely on big numbers to get it done. They rely on feature sets and efficiency first, numbers are just the icing on the cake. Why do you think the number on all of our clocks have gotten smaller?

I wouldn't put it past the genius behind the PC world to make the numbers even smaller.


So is this an admission, that my observations are in fact correct?


You STILL can't read. It amazes me.
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no i tried resetting game i even start violent slamming cartridge on wall but all it does make static noise when i put into DS, the problem not fix! -ReconUnit
#33looolrog(Topic Creator)Posted 12/4/2012 12:34:50 AM
Buretsu posted...
looolrog posted...
The Wii U isn't as powerful as the 360 or ps3. I'm REALLY sorry Nintendo, let you down.


Nintendo didn't do anything to me. And the Wii U is just as powerful as the 360. Bro, do you even read?

If you actually think about it, the GPU on the console, might not even, all be spent on visuals, as some processing power might be spent on what happens to and forth the tablet controller. The hacker probably didn't test that.

Backpedal faster. You can almost travel back in time and keep yourself from failing so hard.


No, you do that. CORRECTION, you NEED that.

LMAOOOOO
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#34BuretsuPosted 12/4/2012 12:35:46 AM
looolrog posted...
Buretsu posted...
looolrog posted...
The Wii U isn't as powerful as the 360 or ps3. I'm REALLY sorry Nintendo, let you down.


Nintendo didn't do anything to me. And the Wii U is just as powerful as the 360. Bro, do you even read?

If you actually think about it, the GPU on the console, might not even, all be spent on visuals, as some processing power might be spent on what happens to and forth the tablet controller. The hacker probably didn't test that.

Backpedal faster. You can almost travel back in time and keep yourself from failing so hard.


No, you do that. CORRECTION, you NEED that.

LMAOOOOO


You're just embarrassing yourself here, boy.
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no i tried resetting game i even start violent slamming cartridge on wall but all it does make static noise when i put into DS, the problem not fix! -ReconUnit
#35nonexistingheroPosted 12/4/2012 12:37:13 AM
The hacker can only get some numbers, nothing about actual performance capability. The reason why he can say the CPU's are roughly equal is because of rough estimates based on similar technology running at similar clockspeeds.
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#36looolrog(Topic Creator)Posted 12/4/2012 12:38:35 AM
Buretsu posted...
looolrog posted...
Dynheart posted...
A 550MHz card from 2009/2010 KILLS a 550 MHz card from 2004/2005. No contest. Not even close.

I bet the other consoles will be in the same ballpark 500-600MHz. You have to keep the heat in check; and it's all about the efficiency of the card as well.

Numbers? They mean absolutely nothing in today's tech debates. They are only small part of the argument any more.

In short? This isn't 1999-2006 anymore. Hardware doesn't rely on big numbers to get it done. They rely on feature sets and efficiency first, numbers are just the icing on the cake. Why do you think the number on all of our clocks have gotten smaller?

I wouldn't put it past the genius behind the PC world to make the numbers even smaller.


So is this an admission, that my observations are in fact correct?


You STILL can't read. It amazes me.


You STILL can't form proper sentences, lol
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#37BuretsuPosted 12/4/2012 12:43:33 AM
looolrog posted...
Buretsu posted...
looolrog posted...
Dynheart posted...
A 550MHz card from 2009/2010 KILLS a 550 MHz card from 2004/2005. No contest. Not even close.

I bet the other consoles will be in the same ballpark 500-600MHz. You have to keep the heat in check; and it's all about the efficiency of the card as well.

Numbers? They mean absolutely nothing in today's tech debates. They are only small part of the argument any more.

In short? This isn't 1999-2006 anymore. Hardware doesn't rely on big numbers to get it done. They rely on feature sets and efficiency first, numbers are just the icing on the cake. Why do you think the number on all of our clocks have gotten smaller?

I wouldn't put it past the genius behind the PC world to make the numbers even smaller.


So is this an admission, that my observations are in fact correct?


You STILL can't read. It amazes me.


You STILL can't form proper sentences, lol


Thank you, now there's further proof that you're unable to read.
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no i tried resetting game i even start violent slamming cartridge on wall but all it does make static noise when i put into DS, the problem not fix! -ReconUnit
#38DynheartPosted 12/4/2012 12:49:35 AM(edited)


So is this an admission, that my observations are in fact correct?


No. It went over your head, as a matter of fact.

The Wii U GPU can be clocked down to 200MHz, maybe less, and still out perform, or stay equal to, the 550MHz GPU in the 360 (graphic detail).

Why? Better Architecture. Also. it's way more efficient, so it's doesn't have to work as hard. Lastly, it's has way more advanced features in it. The fact that the 360's GPU is DirectX 9, and the Wii U is custom made to handle Direct X 11 type effects (not to be confused with Direct X 11 itself, but can handle effects that look just as good) should be the telling story.

There are way more other feature sets as well, but I wont get into it. This was just an example.
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#39looolrog(Topic Creator)Posted 12/4/2012 12:45:56 AM
Buretsu posted...
looolrog posted...
Buretsu posted...
looolrog posted...
Dynheart posted...
A 550MHz card from 2009/2010 KILLS a 550 MHz card from 2004/2005. No contest. Not even close.

I bet the other consoles will be in the same ballpark 500-600MHz. You have to keep the heat in check; and it's all about the efficiency of the card as well.

Numbers? They mean absolutely nothing in today's tech debates. They are only small part of the argument any more.

In short? This isn't 1999-2006 anymore. Hardware doesn't rely on big numbers to get it done. They rely on feature sets and efficiency first, numbers are just the icing on the cake. Why do you think the number on all of our clocks have gotten smaller?

I wouldn't put it past the genius behind the PC world to make the numbers even smaller.


So is this an admission, that my observations are in fact correct?


You STILL can't read. It amazes me.


You STILL can't form proper sentences, lol


Thank you, now there's further proof that you're unable to read.


This only proves my point, you never proof-read what you write.

Stay in school.
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#40BuretsuPosted 12/4/2012 12:49:10 AM
looolrog posted...
This only proves my point, you never proof-read what you write.

Stay in school.

Just because you're unable to understand what a proper sentence is, that doesn't mean that I'm not forming them. Go to school, little boy.
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no i tried resetting game i even start violent slamming cartridge on wall but all it does make static noise when i put into DS, the problem not fix! -ReconUnit