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Tom's Hardware came out flaming for the Sapphire Nitro R9 390 8gb because it punches the GTX980 in the face every time at about $200 less.

Looks like a good deal, has a nice 10mm heatpipe in it. 12 inch casing and two bills shy of 2 slots wide.
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Tom's Hardware came out flaming for the Sapphire Nitro R9 390 8gb because it punches the GTX980 in the face every time at about $200 less.

Looks like a good deal, has a nice 10mm heatpipe in it. 12 inch casing and two bills shy of 2 slots wide.
Thats on what ? Can i have a link please ? And yes, in AoTS and Fable Legends, the 290x/390x outperformed the 980.
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Thats on what ? Can i have a link please ? And yes, in AoTS and Fable Legends, the 290x/390x outperformed the 980.

they outperformed the 980 in star wars battlefront too...i'd be mad if i owned a 980 and it was getting beat by a 2 year old 290x! glad i bought a 290x seems to be very good choice
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they outperformed the 980 in star wars battlefront too...i'd be mad if i owned a 980 and it was getting beat by a 2 year old 290x! glad i bought a 290x seems to be very good choice

GTX 980 is also more then 1 year old too.
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I present crossfire 390x at stock clocks getting 5900 graphics score in firestrike ultra.

http://hwbot.org/submission/2940588_darkvenom_3dmark___fire_strike_ultra_2x_radeon_r9_390x_5873_marks

When the drivers work, plain in simple, you're going to walk a 980 ti like a dog. You could clock that puppy to no tomorrow trying to kill it at 8000 memory and 1500 core, it will not keep up and it is going to die. Buying a card for everyday use expecting it to last its warranty when you're overclocking heavily (read: voltage) is absurd.

The 295X2 is not an equal representation. I'm looking at results that show 5000 dead even marks with a small OC. That is a huge difference from nearly 6000 marks.

I had a couple of problems with xfire 6850's. Rage and Far Cry 3. Two buggy games to begin with. One card ran Rage and Far Cry 3 broke completely by other means.
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Argue all you want. I'm showing a 6000 mark build for the same price as a 4000 mark build, at the price of needing a 5930k and a beefy PSU. Big whoop. You should be running a 5930k regardless, you should be supporting Sli because 980 Ti is not enough alone!

My point stands, R9 390 Xfire could stand alone, without breaking the bank. Why spen $1300 when you can spend $600 and get 75%.
    
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When the drivers work, plain in simple, you're going to walk a 980 ti like a dog. You could clock that puppy to no tomorrow trying to kill it at 8000 memory and 1500 core, it will not keep up and it is going to die. Buying a card for everyday use expecting it to last its warranty when you're overclocking heavily (read: voltage) is absurd.

The 390X is also severely clocked up. The 290x and the 290 already came with some rather aggressive clocks (for GCN) in order to beat the 780 and the Titan, and the 390 series have even more amped up memory and core clocks. They are already 300w at stock, and you pretty much can't overclock any of the 390s or the 390xes to any significant extent because of the sheer amount of heat it already generates and the fact that the way that GCN is designed is that you would need even more voltage to break past 1100MHz.
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I present crossfire 390x at stock clocks getting 5900 graphics score in firestrike ultra.

http://hwbot.org/submission/2940588_darkvenom_3dmark___fire_strike_ultra_2x_radeon_r9_390x_5873_marks

When the drivers work, plain in simple, you're going to walk a 980 ti like a dog. You could clock that puppy to no tomorrow trying to kill it at 8000 memory and 1500 core, it will not keep up and it is going to die. Buying a card for everyday use expecting it to last its warranty when you're overclocking heavily (read: voltage) is absurd.

The 295X2 is not an equal representation. I'm looking at results that show 5000 dead even marks with a small OC. That is a huge difference from nearly 6000 marks.

I had a couple of problems with xfire 6850's. Rage and Far Cry 3. Two buggy games to begin with. One card ran Rage and Far Cry 3 broke completely by other means.
And that's a 5450 3dmark ultra score from the same guy with a 980ti stock http://hwbot.org/submission/2969876_darkvenom_3dmark___fire_strike_ultra_geforce_gtx_980_ti_5452_marks
biggrin.gif and by the way you get that score with 650$ 980ti 150$ less that 2x390x that cost 800$ and all the dual gpu problems that comes along with it thumb.gif
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The 390X is also severely clocked up. The 290x and the 290 already came with some rather aggressive clocks (for GCN) in order to beat the 780 and the Titan, and the 390 series have even more amped up memory and core clocks. They are already 300w at stock, and you pretty much can't overclock any of the 390s or the 390xes to any significant extent because of the sheer amount of heat it already generates and the fact that the way that GCN is designed is that you would need even more voltage to break past 1100MHz.

Why do you think you can`t buy R9 390X reference anywhere or not a single site got any reference 390X to review....? Im telling the truth. All reviews are of AIB 390X rolleyes.gif

Because the card is clocked so high it needs third party cooling with big heatsinks and several fans
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And that's a 5450 3dmark ultra score from the same guy with a 980ti stock http://hwbot.org/submission/2969876_darkvenom_3dmark___fire_strike_ultra_geforce_gtx_980_ti_5452_marks
biggrin.gif and by the way you get that score with 650$ 980ti 150$ less that 2x390x that cost 800$ and all the dual gpu problems that comes along with it thumb.gif

How is that stock? GPU-z is reading 1549mhz and over 8000 memory... Do you expect that to last on stock cooling or something?

Regardless of cooling, the core is going to die.

By my figures, 2x vanilla 390 is less than the price of the 980 ti and would beat it, stock clocked, all day long.

Such is the fact for nearly every card.

A: give it more transistors

B: improve clockrates

Rinse, repeat

Yes, that score is impressive for a single card. But are we acertain as to artifacts, and just the life of the die? Heh...
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