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Also this 199$ price being released 4.5 hours before computex live feed is very likely to be true. After all if they anounce such a price in front of Wall Street Journal and then denie it 5 hours later that can only hurt the a company like AMD's stock.

Seems highly unlikely that this could happen.

If they give 199$ of the cut down P10 and that is massively available covering VR needs then they can still sell a Full P10 for 250+ added retailers watter cooling for 300$ that hits 1070 in close quaters.

Otherwise water cooling for a 130W 199$ GPU ?
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I just wish they'd release a dual-P10 card at $500 like I really wanted the Gemini to be. rolleyes.gif I want a cheap kick for my Vive, above and beyond the 290X.

That is, unless Affinity Multi-GPU turns out to be just as problematic as SLI or Crossfire. And bonus, when it doesn't work you actually vomit.
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If the 199 part can give vr performance of a 970-980 then the full Polaris should be faster than both of them
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Originally Posted by narmour View Post

Guys, if they release this card at $199 do you know what that means?

- They are undervaluing all their current stock on the market; while in competition with Nvidia they are also in competition with themselves...
- AMD would have to produce this card at a really cheap price and turn a profit; they would have to produce and generate huge amounts of stock to sell at this price point to turn a decent profit IF THEY DON'T increase their margin
- Ultimately the price of the card is going to be dictated by its relative performance versus existing cards

If we say its going to watch 980 performance expect it to be priced maybe $50-$100 cheaper maximum. Its unlikely to compete with FURY X as they would be devaluing the sale of these cards until October where Vega is likely to replace FURY lineup.

Your Polaris 10 is here to replace the 390x while offering decent power efficiency.

$199 no chance but possibly more of a repeated "6870" release.

calling complete BS. You know nothing about Process technology, Die shrinks, or GPU's in general...

380x was 229$- Die size alone was 366mm.

14nm really isn't that much more expensive than 28nm due to it being 2 years old at this point.

So we know the chip is going to cost LESS to make than a 380x. the extra bit of RAM will probably cost them a bit extra, but it doesn't even offset the price of the huge die size on the 380x

Sure, they wouldn't make as much as selling the card at 300$, but they would be able to sell far, far more of them to a much wider audience. Which is what AMD said polaris is all about.

I think 200$ for the cut 480 is perfectly reasonable. 250$ for uncut is also perfectly reasonable. I suppose you'll find out in 4 hours
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Oh man, i might actually upgrade from my hd4770 tongue.gif
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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.

That quote alone makes it hard to believe that these new chips wont offer 980 performance. Guess we will find out in 4 hours hopefully.
 
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Too good to be true. Maybe 290 performance for 200$, that I could believe.

If it's 390X performance for 200$, I can see many 290(x)/970/390(x) owners "upgrading"
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Originally Posted by infranoia View Post

I just wish they'd release a dual-P10 card at $500 like I really wanted the Gemini to be. rolleyes.gif I want a cheap kick for my Vive, above and beyond the 290X.

That is, unless Affinity Multi-GPU turns out to be just as problematic as SLI or Crossfire. And bonus, when it doesn't work you actually vomit.

I highly doubt they will do a Dual P10 as that will be going against the 1080 and AMD were stating the mainstream market and only rescently started speaking about performance market with polaris 10

but it is possible imo that they do a Dual P11 targeted specificly for VR builds.
A dual P11 in terms of production should be close to P10 (due to being half it's die size) but should provide better VR with that Liquid VR multy GPU thing

Maybe a pure VR console ?
Edited by slavovid - 5/31/16 at 3:02pm
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14nm really isn't that much more expensive than 28nm due to it being 2 years old at this point.

Every pre-launch Pascal thread was full of people posting articles/graphs/etc showing that 16/14nm is roughly twice as expensive as 28nm. I don't think that changed in the last month.
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Too good to be true. Maybe 290 performance for 200$, that I could believe.

If it's 390X performance for 200$, I can see many 290(x)/970/390(x) owners "upgrading"

Why would you upgrade a 390X to another 390X? You already have a PSU that can support the 390X so is anyone really going to do it to save 150W? And who's buying a used 290X/390X now? A $199 980-equivalent destroys the resale value of all the old AMD/Nvidia cards (and really messes up AMD's product line-up, if they truly have nothing faster).
Edited by Forceman - 5/31/16 at 3:03pm
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