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Yup, Raja revealed this to PCPer's Ryan Shroud.

If there's going to be a Polaris GPU faster than Polaris 10/11, it's going to be named higher than that.

So a Polaris 12 would be faster than Polaris 10?

So in terms of performance the ranking would be :

Polaris 12 > Polaris 10 > Polaris 11


P12
P10
P11

wat
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$199?
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$199?

Damn, need the full article.
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$199?

could be the cut down product then.

There is no way the P10 full fat (assuming 5% better than gtx 980) is 199$.

That would be insane.
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So a Polaris 12 would be faster than Polaris 10?

So in terms of performance the ranking would be :

Polaris 12 > Polaris 10 > Polaris 11


P12
P10
P11

wat

Whatever the SKU is (faster or slower), it's going to be higher than Polaris 10/11, because it's based on release date.
post #126 of 383
If that's true it's going to be fantastic. thumb.gif

There's a lot of people who want something decent in the lower end segment, they've only had the choice between garbage and turds lately..

There's also a huge investment by huge companies into VR. They want as many consumers as possible to be potential buyers, there's a reason AMD are focussing so much on mainstream consumers this time.
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If that's true it's going to be fantastic. thumb.gif

There's a lot of people who want something decent in the lower end segment, they've only had the choice between garbage and turds lately..

There's also a huge investment by huge companies into VR. They want as many consumers as possible to be potential buyers, there's a reason AMD are focussing so much on mainstream consumers this time.

I'm more of a turd guy myself.
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Damn, need the full article.

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Advanced Micro Devices Inc. is angling to lower the cost of virtual reality, targeting the field with a new line of graphics hardware priced at $199—half or less the cost of comparable products.

AMD said the first chips based on its new Polaris design are expected to arrive in graphics cards for personal computers at the end of June. The company aims to help push the starting cost of PCs that can deliver VR experiences as low as $799 from above $1,000.

Consumers also face the cost of the latest generation of VR headsets—$599 for the Oculus Rift from Facebook Inc. ’s Oculus VR unit, for example, or $799 for HTC Corp. ’s Vive.

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But the need for a PC with an add-in card that includes a beefy 3-D graphics chip is another barrier that stands in the way of widespread adoption of VR. An online survey conducted in April by the Advanced Imaging Society found that 68% of respondents said VR equipment was too expensive.

“Less than 1% of PC users have systems that are capable of doing VR,” said Raja Koduri, senior vice president and chief architect of AMD’s Radeon technologies group. “The entry point is very, very high.”

AMD said its new Radeon RX cards, certified for use in VR by HTC and Oculus VR, deliver performance equivalent to that of $500 graphics cards used for VR.

Patrick Moorhead, an analyst with Moor Insights & Strategy briefed on AMD’s strategy, estimated that the current minimum price on cards comparable to AMD’s new models is $399. He said the $199 pricing comes as a surprise.

“It’s great for getting more people into VR,” said Kelt Reeves, president of Falcon Northwest Computer Systems Inc., a boutique maker of gaming PCs that serves the market.

AMD competes with Nvidia Corp. in the chips known as graphics processing units, or GPUs. Mercury Research estimates that Nvidia had 70.6% of shipments in the first quarter of 2016 to 29.4% for AMD, though the latter’s share is up three percentage points from the fourth quarter.

Standard practice in the GPU business has been to start new product lines with high-end cards that command hefty prices and profit margins. Mr. Koduri said AMD hoped that breaking from tradition by starting with a lower-cost model could have a bigger impact. For one thing, he said, computer retailers prefer to stock machines for less than $999.

Nvidia on May 7 introduced a new flagship model called the GTX 1080 at a $599 price tag that is expected to succeed a $1,000 model called the Titan X. Nvidia also introduced a $379 model called the GTX 1070, which is likely to be seen as competition to the new AMD model.

“It’s up to Nvidia to come up with a lower-priced card,” Mr. Moorhead said.

An Nvidia spokesman had no immediate comment.

AMD, based in Sunnyvale, Calif., plans to formally announce the new chips early Wednesday at the Computex trade show in Taiwan.
post #129 of 383
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could be the cut down product then.

There is no way the P10 full fat (assuming 5% better than gtx 980) is 199$.

That would be insane.

Insane but they do want to expand the TAM and this would be the way to do it thumb.gif

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post #130 of 383
But the minimum required for VR is 970 correct ... that means the current leak of 5.5 TFLOPS that is compared to 970 and 980 is the 199$ ?

This seems too good to be true

And if that is the full P10 then everything below that is not VR capable.
That is hard to believe if they are talking about expanding the VR and push out 4 producs with only the top one being VR capable.
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