- Sep 7, 2011
- 2,785 (1.21/day)
- New Zealand
|Processor||2600K @ 4.8|
|Cooling||AC NexXxos XT45 360, RayStorm, D5T+XSPC tank, Tygon R-3603, Bitspower|
|Memory||16GB Crucial Ballistix DDR3-1600C8|
|Video Card(s)||GTX 780 SLI (EVGA SC ACX + Giga GHz Ed.)|
|Storage||Kingston HyperX SSD (128) OS, WD RE4 (1TB), RE2 (1TB), Cav. Black (2 x 500GB), Red (4TB)|
|Display(s)||Achieva Shimian QH270-IPSMS (2560x1440) S-IPS|
|Case||NZXT Switch 810|
|Audio Device(s)||onboard Realtek yawn edition|
|Power Supply||Seasonic X-1050|
|Benchmark Scores||3.5 litres of Pale Ale in 18 minutes.|
Wow, maybe it's because I was reading what the image you posted was saying and not what you wrote. No need to get defensive about it...Get off your high horse and calm down...take a couple deep breaths.
If DX11 gen 1 is VLIW4 then it would be a good guess that gen 2 is VLIW5. You don't need to say it for it to make sense
The VLIW5 HD 5870 (Cypress GPU) launched 23 Sept, 2009 was the first DX11 card. The VLIW4 HD 6970 (Cayman GPU) launched 15 Dec., 2010.