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I was hoping for $599 because that would make sense in the current lineup

$50+ over the Fury but with similar performance in smaller package and more efficiency

We shall see
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When the NDA will be lifted ? I'm curious to see what this little one can do and if the 650$ is true.
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Fury is their premium brand. Go buy an 8gb 390X and be happy, they're cheaper!

No matter how premium it is, it is not worth the money lol.

Any sane man will not part with $650 for a soon to be replaced card with a shelf life of 1 year until Greenland and Pascal drops. 28nm is history.

AMD is on crack if it thinks it can ask $650 for a card that barely beats the 980, let alone the Ti version.
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When the NDA will be lifted ? I'm curious to see what this little one can do and if the 650$ is true.

"Content under embargo until August 27, 2015 8:00 EST (UTC-5)"
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Boring...
AMD has been rather disappointing, I thought it will clearly beat Nvidia this time around but instead they went for small factor GPUs with low power consumption which barely keep up with Nvidias GPUs in terms of raw performance.
Edited by Cybertox - 8/27/15 at 2:27am
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No matter how premium it is, it is not worth the money lol.

Any sane man will not part with $650 for a soon to be replaced card with a shelf life of 1 year until Greenland and Pascal drops. 28nm is history.

AMD is on crack if it thinks it can ask $650 for a card that barely beats the 980, let alone the Ti version.

But its a Nano card....rolleyes.gif


Eh, so is the 970 Mini. 1.5cm smaller. For under half the price.... tongue.gif
Edited by iLeakStuff - 8/27/15 at 2:29am
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God damn AMD. I want it to be better. But they don't want to better themselves.... Getting stomped by nV is their new fetish or something ?
    
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But its a Nano card....
Eh, so is the 970 Mini. 1.5cm smaller. For under half the price.... tongue.gif

There will be MATX cards in the future. Buying them now is just plain short sighted when 14/16nm is around the corner, and the Greenland Nano. 28nm is at the end of the tether. Why buy a card now when there's a more powerful/efficient node coming our way in <1 year?

Even if it launches at that price point, i suspect buyers will have to wait a long time to buy them given the supply/overpriced issues facing the Fury/X.

5 weeks and no Fury Strix in sight lol.
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Boring...
AMD has been rather disappointing, I thought it will clearly beat Nvidia this time around but instead they went for small factor GPUs with low power consumption which barely keep up with Nvidias GPUs in terms of raw performance.

The small form factor was only bought on by HBM allowing for a smaller PCB, their beefy chip is the fiji.................

What I'm trying to say is didn't choose size over power, it's just all they can currently produce.
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God damn AMD. I want it to be better. But they don't want to better themselves.... Getting stomped by nV is their new fetish or something ?

Problem is short supply means they know the cards will sell out at any price they charge. It's sad.
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There will be MATX cards in the future. Buying them now is just plain short sighted when 14/16nm is around the corner, and the Greenland Nano. 28nm is at the end of the tether. Why buy a card now when there's a more powerful/efficient node coming our way in <1 year?

Even if it launches at that price point, i suspect buyers will have to wait a long time to buy them given the supply/overpriced issues facing the Fury/X.

5 weeks and no Fury Strix in sight lol.

There's no guarantees of new cards in under a year. There must be something wrong with your local supplies being exhausted as I see the fury strix in stock in australia reasonably often.
Edited by Casey Ryback - 8/27/15 at 2:40am
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The small form factor was only bought on by HBM allowing for a smaller PCB, their beefy chip is the fiji.................

What I'm trying to say is didn't choose size over power, it's just all they can currently produce.
Problem is short supply means they know the cards will sell out at any price they charge. It's sad.
There's no guarantees of new cards in under a year. There must be something wrong with your local supplies being exhausted as I see the fury strix in stock in australia reasonably often.


There will most likely be, given that 28nm is into its third year and leaks of Greenland/ Pascal have already begun. My 780 should hold me comfortably till then.

I can't imagine having supply problems, given that HBM supply is fabricated in my country. The Fury X is on sale, but not the Fury(that includes either Sapphire/Asus)
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