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not quite, certain games would get a hard time hitting 60FPS on even a faster card.

you'd better off with a 4GB 290 if its for 1080P, they go for so low prices these days.
chances are, 380X would end up costing more than a 4GB 290, like 390 did despite being a direct rebranding.

Its like that for any card. There's always games that are exceptionally hard to run, but those games are few and far in between. Of course a 380x couldn't max out Crysis 3, but it can for a way more larger amount of games that are still relevant, like Battlefield 4.

The chances of the 380X costing more than a R9 290 are pretty low if you are going by the new prices of both. The 380X max would have to sell at $275 for it to be even worth bringing to market.
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not quite, certain games would get a hard time hitting 60FPS on even a faster card.

you'd better off with a 4GB 290 if its for 1080P, they go for so low prices these days.
chances are, 380X would end up costing more than a 4GB 290, like 390 did despite being a direct rebranding.
R9 290 stock is going to end soon. Where i live,you used to find them for 280 euros. Then the 390 came out and now you can only find them for 300+ euros. If this card is priced at 250,wich is likely since the 380 costs about 200,it's a good deal.

I wish AMD would have just rebranded the 290 instead of adding 8 GB. 290 was already good.

For comparison on newegg:

XFX DD R9 290 - 270 USD - Sapphire Tri-X R9 290X - 320 USD
Sapphire Tri-X R9 390 - 330 USD - Sapphire Tri-X R9 390X - 420 USD

Not good.
Edited by GoLDii3 - 10/24/15 at 2:15pm
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R9 290 stock is going to end soon. Where i live,you used to find them for 280 euros. Then the 390 came out and now you can only find them for 300+ euros. If this card is priced at 250,wich is likely since the 380 costs about 200,it's a good deal.

I wish AMD would have just rebranded the 290 instead of adding 8 GB. 290 was already good.

For comparison on newegg:

XFX DD R9 290 - 270 USD - Sapphire Tri-X R9 290X - 320 USD
Sapphire Tri-X R9 390 - 330 USD - Sapphire Tri-X R9 390X - 420 USD

Not good.
There is no reason not to have 8 GB on a 290 as 8GB on a 512 bit interface is just as addressable as the regular 256 bit 4 GB ratio.
390 is going to score some serious wins as soon as 8 GB vram becomes mandatory, imo. Eventually, the developers are going to utilize the resource no doubt.
Edited by mtcn77 - 10/24/15 at 3:20pm
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hahahaha ^^

Watch that 2013 GPU become too weak for anything in 2017 when 8GB becomes mainstream doh.gif
But who am I really preaching to here. 6870. Time to upgrade that crappy graphic card dude. You should move from 720p gaming and atleast aim for 1080p
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hahahaha ^^

Watch that 2013 GPU become too weak for anything in 2017 when 8GB becomes mainstream doh.gif
But who am I really preaching to here. 6870...
Have fun with Star Wars and latter titles. I'm sure your minimum frame rates will kick up your gaming experience and then some...

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Have fun with Star Wars and latter titles. I'm sure your minimum frame rates will kick up your gaming experience and then some...


lol those graphs show what exactly? That a higher clocked 290X get 10% more FPS? Notice I said higher clocked. That extra FPS isnt because of more VRAM but a combination of higher clocked shaders and VRAM running faster. But I`m sure you were holding on to those slides for a while ready to "show em". haha
Edited by iLeakStuff - 10/24/15 at 4:35pm
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lol those graphs show what exactly? That a higher clocked 290X get 10% more FPS? Notice I said higher clocked. That extra FPS isnt because of VRAM haha
Yeah, scoff at it... smirk as you always do, until it really matters. No worries, I'll be as toast as you are when that happens. biggrin.gif
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This card is basically the Tonga version of the 7970 baked with all the new amd tech which is a good thing. My two 7970's at 1200/1575 basically melt every game at 1440p, too bad we will not see any full cover block for these mid range offerings. I will be watching the reviews and forums to see how these things overclock I am not against using universal blocks if the underlying chip is a good overclocker. If the majority of these cards overclock to 1200mhz it will equal the 390 performance, I know this because my 7970 at 1220/1700 will match a 290. $249 would be a good place to start with this card, which means that Nvidia would have to drop the price on the 970 which is win for gamers everywhere.
    
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they've always been used for the top-end laptop GPU, can't we just use those for reference?
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Yeah, scoff at it... smirk as you always do, until it really matters. No worries, I'll be as toast as you are when that happens. biggrin.gif

Why not just get this one instead of 390X at $439...?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814150723&cm_re=290x-_-14-150-723-_-Product
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