Originally Posted by Noufel
Nice very nice
no more " nah nano don't have hdmi 2.0 so no go for htpc..... "
If only AMD would be nice and launch the nano with one of those little adapters
I would hope that they bundle that adapter. Otherwise, given the prices of Club3D's stuff such as their MST hubs, it isn't going to be exactly cheap. Or things like the Accell active adapters. If you've ever seen those, they work well, but aren't exactly what I'd consider cheap. And considering the Fury Nano is going to effectively have a significantly higher binned die of Fury X, there isn't a chance on earth it is going to cost less than the Fury at least. Especially when that would suicide their Fury and Fury X line of cards. Especially since they are still having problems producing HBM memory stacks, leading to a shortage of full Fiji packages. You are taking a supply constrained product, and making it even worse?
So that leaves you asking the question if you really aren't brand biased. Which is cheaper and the better solution for 4K? Nvidia or AMD? Nvidia has the advantage of not having to use an adapter, which means no additional cost. You'll have to use said adapter on AMD. An for all intents and purposes, they are both at price parity for their graphics cards. So is spending more for the same thing really worth it?