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Source: http://www.overclock3d.net/articles/gpu_displays/hitman_system_pc_requirements_announced/1Not related to specs but this is quite interesting, "This title is an episodic title, meaning that this game will be sold on a level by level basis, with the first episode releasing on March 11th and with the final episode being expected in holiday 2016 or early 2017."
No wonder why I couldn't find it in here, it was sneaked into Hardware News.
Source: http://www.tweaktown.com/news/50227/amds-enthusiast-polaris-gpu-teased-priced-1700/index.htmlSecondary source:Source 2: http://www.3dcenter.org/news/ein-weiteres-lebenszeichen-von-amds-polaris-generation-mit-einer-1500-euro-karteTranslated SourceYou can see previous shipping manifest speculation here with Polaris cards that are not as high of a tier as this one is in the OP.
Source: http://www.techspot.com/news/63746-wired-stop-blocking-our-ads-pay-ad-free.html
I understand nothing is perfect, but it gives a good representation of how an overclocked 980 compares to an overclocked R9 Fury.But that chart has a Tri X overclocked with mostly every other card at stock, including the 980. Don't you see how that is not overclocked vs overclocked results?Overclocked vs overclocked the 980 Ti will surely take itself even further away than even an OC Fury, as the 980 Ti has even more headroom after overclocked. Where these charts just...
I'm talking about overclock vs overclock results, something which will be impossible to Cross-reference using TPU (at least when comparing a Fury to a 980) because when TPU updated their testing suite they also changed how they do overclocking results with certain cards. So since the 980 came out in September 2014 they were reviewing non-reference 980's around that time and then when they did overclocked results they benched @ 1080p, then the Fury launched in July 2015...
The fact that you still cannot observe there is still nothing wrong with Jay's "7 month old review" as you like to call it, is the problem in and of itself. Go back and look at me compare Hexus' own review of both the Fury Tri-X, and Fury Nitro. There you can see even without looking at Jay's results the cards are still very similar, showing that Jay's review is still relevant to this day when comparing overclock to overclock results (my main argument this entire time).I...
You have no idea what you are talking about, I have even given you actual points of reference from the same reviewer:http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/graphics/90086-sapphire-radeon-r9-fury-nitro/?page=2http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/graphics/84512-sapphire-radeon-r9-fury-tri-x-oc/?page=3The one Hexus reviews is the 1040MHz model, the Nitro they review is the 1050MHz model. Please stop while you have the chance. The fact that you are keep going just proves the amount of denial...
You keep saying mistake, as if there was one. Yet, you call me a straw man, when in fact it is you who is the straw man. You can see this easily by the fact that you continually say I made a mistake, yet you don't even look into what you surmise yourself. You keep claiming, the review I posted from Jay was many months old compared to the review done by Hexus in the OP and because of this factor, is not relevant to the current review posted in the OP since they are "such...
If you are going to review a product, at least make it a fair review. What kind of 980 are they testing in this review? What kind of 980 Ti are they testing in this review? What kind of Fury non-X are they testing in the review? I don't think that is too absurd of a realization to come to. If you cannot come to it, then I'll assist you. Here they are testing a non-reference Fury and yet all of the NVIDIA cards are reference cards. You can see how this will affect the end...
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