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post #21 of 32
If nvidia does it it's cooperate rip off when amd does it it's "worth it" with a bunch of other excuses(not saying it's bad that they charging this much, just sick of the hypocrisy).
post #22 of 32
Would be interesting to see how this runs at 4k against the 8GB R9 290X which is currently selling at £289.55
post #23 of 32
People in forums everywhere forget that this is different tech and it might have usage different from GDDR5 system.

If AMD can pull it off with only 4GB of frame buffer, then let them.

Nobody at this point in time really knows and its mostly everyones opinions on forums.

Let's just wait for the actual release instead of jumping to conclusions and spreading more misinformed opinions.
post #24 of 32
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Shoot I remember when 5970 was launched. You couldn't get one for less than $1200. And an $800 card is sposed to be the end of AMD? lachen.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
The 5970 was a dual gpu card and launched @ $599, if these are as rare as we think they will be, I'm sure they will go way past the rumored $849 pricing at certain e-tailers
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At this point i'll just be amazed if AMD ever even releases a new GPU.
    
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Bridged 4GBx2 HBM was confirmed ages ago. This article is a load of crap.

I have heard that before but I have never seen a source, any links?
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Well OP,
post #28 of 32
Unless 4Gb HBM dies have suddenly entered production or HBM can be configured in clamshell mode (x512) there is no way Fiji could have more than 4GB of memory. Each HBM stack has four dies in HBM Gen. 1 and each stack is x1024 bit wide. When the bus is 4096-bit wide there obviously cannot be more than four stacks (unless clamshell is supported).

Not good at all rolleyes.gif
With 4GB of memory the card cannot cost more than 599$ IMO.
post #29 of 32

It could be possible with some talk regarding a fresh Hawaii R9 290X going to be a R9 390X with the Fiji chip becoming its own Series that the revised R9 290X (390X) has the 4gb ram.  While the Fiji chp will in fact have the HBM 4 or 8 GB.

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Flagship GPUs were $500 since the GTX 295 and possibly before, can't remeber that far back, and it wasn't until the 780 that it went up, but the 780 still quickly dropped to $500, and the 980 launched at $550. That's 6? years with $500 top end graphics cards, so in reality they have been getting cheaper over time. It's not that shocking that we are seeing $650+ cards now.

I'm not counting things like the 6990, 690, Titan, 780ti, ext. because they are specialty "super enthusiast" cards.

8800 GTX - $600 MSRP
8800 Ultra - $830 MSRP

There's your "Enthusiast"/"Super Enthusiast" comparison from olden times.

$830 in 2007 dollars is $940 today, so it's really not that far off the mark.
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