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Any pricing or specs on the 1060 yet? I'm assuming this jump over Maxwell is because of 1440p and 4k monitors and VR more so than new graphics in games? Is DX12 actually going to amount to anything? I haven't been following as much.
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post #502 of 1194
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Originally Posted by Brimlock View Post

You already have one, check under your chair!!!

If the claim of 1885Mhz is true though that would put the 1070 at a significantly better OC rate than the 1080, as well as just as good of a card as the 1080 when properly OC'd. This makes the 1080 look like trash honestly.
Um...no. The Asus 1080 Strix boost is 1936mhz.
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Um...no. The Asus 1080 Strix boost is 1936mhz.

I think there are 2 1080 Strix models at different clocks.
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post #504 of 1194
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Originally Posted by BillOhio View Post

I think there are 2 1080 Strix models at different clocks.

Yes, the Strix and the Strix OC. $20 price difference.
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Yes, the Strix and the Strix OC. $20 price difference.

$299 and $319?
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$299 and $319?

nVidia can do high performance chip with middle chips. kind of thing AMD must be dreamin' of.
AMD is no white knight. If they can get more money from their design they will do it.
They're just doing what they can do and right now, they only provide a mainstream chip while nVidia presented 610mm² and 314mm² and, soon, 210mm².
That's what is called "being late".
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Originally Posted by Olivon View Post

nVidia can do high performance chip with middle chips. kind of thing AMD must be dreamin' of.
AMD is no white knight. If they can get more money from their design they will do it.
They're just doing what they can do and right now, they only provide a mainstream chip while nVidia presented 610mm² and 314mm² and, soon, 210mm².
That's what is called "being late".

AMD has their big chip Vegas for later, but that's not going to help them regain marketshare, expensive $500 GPUs don't.

sub-$250 GPUs do though, and their announced RX 480 is roughly between GTX 970/980 in performance for $200.


This helps makes VR PCs a lil cheaper and gain back marketshare.
     
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Originally Posted by ChronoBodi View Post

AMD has their big chip Vegas for later, but that's not going to help them regain marketshare, expensive $500 GPUs don't.

sub-$250 GPUs do though, and their announced RX 480 is roughly between GTX 970/980 in performance for $200.


This helps makes VR PCs a lil cheaper and gain back marketshare.

They don't help directly but they do help indirectly with marketing. While the $500 and up end of the spectrum doesn't move a lot of volume compared to $200 and less, the people who buy those cards tend to have a fair bit of sway with the purchasers of $200 and under cards. Having the fastest card out there will help market share, even if no one is buying the fastest card you sell.
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Originally Posted by Olivon View Post

nVidia can do high performance chip with middle chips. kind of thing AMD must be dreamin' of.
AMD is no white knight. If they can get more money from their design they will do it.
They're just doing what they can do and right now, they only provide a mainstream chip while nVidia presented 610mm² and 314mm² and, soon, 210mm².
That's what is called "being late".

Huh? they were takling about the 1080 in a 1070 thread. If there is a STRIX version the difference would be $379 and $399.
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Originally Posted by bigjdubb View Post

They don't help directly but they do help indirectly with marketing. While the $500 and up end of the spectrum doesn't move a lot of volume compared to $200 and less, the people who buy those cards tend to have a fair bit of sway with the purchasers of $200 and under cards. Having the fastest card out there will help market share, even if no one is buying the fastest card you sell.

In the end it is more likely they will gain marketshare by aggressively attacking the lower/mid range markets where the most customers are, and where the contracts can be made for large volumes.

They are obviously doing what they think is best, or maybe it's to do with current production capabilities.
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Originally Posted by Olivon View Post

nVidia can do high performance chip with middle chips. kind of thing AMD must be dreamin' of.
AMD is no white knight. If they can get more money from their design they will do it.
They're just doing what they can do and right now, they only provide a mainstream chip while nVidia presented 610mm² and 314mm² and, soon, 210mm².
That's what is called "being late".

This topic has been done to death and we know their plan and have to accept it and move on. AMD have sold 'mid range' chips as high end chips too.
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