NVIDIA's performance improvement per generation has dropped from 70% (pre-2010) to 30% (post-2010)

DSOGaming writes: "YouTube’s ‘AdoredTV’ has shared two interesting videos, highlighting the history of NVIDIA’s GeForce graphics cards. In these videos, AdoredTV has shared a graph detailing the performance improvement for NVIDIA’s GPUs per generation. And as we can see, the performance improvement has been significantly reduced."

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Killa78375d ago

It's because AMD aren't doing anything, same with Intel until recently.

Vega didn't exactly hit the peaks necessary so prices will remain very high.

Mind you Nvidia are a joke of a company.

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NewMonday375d ago

chip tech in general is suffering from diminishing returns, harder and harder to develop manufacturing techniques for smaller chip die and roll them out in an efficient scale.

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kevnb375d ago (Edited 375d ago )

the last two generations had pretty good performance boosts, there was a period where they were re-badging making this statement misleading.

STK026375d ago

Performance gains might have dropped but power efficiency has increased. And until AMD manages to beat them in performance, Nvidia has few reasons to change their strategy. Focusing on efficiency allows them to dominate the laptop dedicated gpu market while amd still doesn't have anything to show on that side. And by looking at vega's power requirements, they're not ready to compete on that front.