Originally Posted by raghu78
So if AMD matches GTX 780 on a clock for clock basis with similar OC headroom and comes priced at USD 550 with a BF4 game bundle you think thats not good for the consumer. btw GTX 780 would be just 4 months old by the time Hawaii is revealed and roughly 4.5 months by the time its released. If AMD brings equal performance and lower prices and awesome game bundle why would someone complain.
We have to see how long it takes AMD to release the card and we can actually buy it. You talk like I could buy it today. The 780 was released 4 Month ago, and that time has passed and I cannot buy the Rx280X now. Moreover we have to see how good the reference cooler is, which I hope to be good, since its coming from Sapphire this time. But if that thing is not as good as we hope it to be, we have to wait for custom cooling solution, which came pretty damn fast when the 780 released. The very same day actually.
If this card comes at 550$ with 780 performance and BF4 than it surely is an okay deal at that time for people who are looking for a new enthuasist graphics card bundled with BF4, but other than that I gladly pay a 100$ more for Nvidia features and do not have BF4. But nvidia has other games, Assasins Creed 4, Splinter Cell, Metro whatever.
And this is only if the card does not drop in price when the next AMD card releases. And I am sure the 780 does fall in price a bit and by that time if we have nearly the same price range ~ then there is no reason again to not take Physx etc. with you.