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I actually would at least wait for Computex to wrap up. there are still a bunch of companies out there trying to make a competitive headset. look into the other offerings before finalizing your decision

Maybe, but the OSVR's are real close (like damn near no difference) to OR and Vive performance at 1/2 and 1/3 the price respectively. I also tend to trust Razer's QA, their keyboards and mice have withstood a lot of punishment from me. Audio is also pretty good. Their voice capture quality is really hit and miss (mostly miss) and I don't trust their mics at all. OSVR's gotten pretty good reviews though, on par with OR and Vive.

The other headsets I've seen are either super cheap crap or super expensive 'apple/bose' quality equipment.

Edit: Plus it's an open source initiative, which I will always support.
Edited by BulletBait - 5/31/16 at 9:21pm
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200 buck radeon 970 killer card plus 200 for 27 inch viewsonic freesync monitor looks good for the masses.

Probably will perform like a gtx 975 hybrid after all is said and done but thats fine by me if it's actually 200 and they make enough of them. Prob won't trump 980 in pure power but hey. Nvidia still has the best drivers for day one game releases and that ain't gonna change. Is this going to be HDMI 2.0 as AMD needs to rely on more than just displayport improvements each gen.

This is good news for me. Hated the change to r series and fury pricing fiasco. This reminds me of the 4xxx series days when radeon was actually making correct choices in the mainstream.
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My personal pricepoint is $250. I don't play as many games as I use to and I don't like losing equity. Almost no card I've bought at this price has depreciated more than 25% if at all (also because I buy on sale). I'm hoping for a 480x with 8gb of GDDR5x from a 3rd party that can overclock like a champ (between 980 TI and 1070 performance) at $250.

Given that the 480 is only $200, I expect christmas will be a happy time for me this year biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by zealord View Post

There was also GTX 580 performance for many years, but people still buy GTX 950, R7 370 cards.

Cards get cheaper and overall better.

Don't forget that there a lot of people on GTX 770, 780, 7970, 280(X) or even earlier that might be going for Polaris10.

I wouldn't count Polaris10 out quite yet. The pricepoint is going to make it or break it. For most OCN users probably uninteressting, but if I look at my steam friendlist there are lots of people with 7950, 6970, 570 etc.

This. I have a HD7950 and at AU$1200 I cannot justify a 1080 at all...especially since my HD7950 stays above 30fps in everything I play still, I want at least a slight performance upgrade but mainly a quieter card and I don't game often enough to really justify more than AU$350 or so.
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Yeah, but everyone knows AMD is hurting. They have no leverage negotiating those deals. It's simply a little cash flow to delay the inevitable sale or bankruptcy.

For this to work, AMD needs the PC gaming (3D PC gaming) market to expand, and I don't really think that's happening. The margins are good for PC Gaming hardware, but I just don't think the market is big enough to really help AMD quickly.

It is expanding, actually. That's why Linux continues to grow as a gaming OS while still maintaining its normal marketshare.
And I disagree, as long as they're pulling a profit on it and keeping supply up, these deals will be a massive boost to them.
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The GTX 680 looked good because it performed good. On par or better with the HD7970 when it released. That wasn't just because of good marketing. Because in comparison at the time, it WAS a good performer in comparison to its competitor. And cheaper. Just that no one except AMD engineers under NDA knew that the HD7970 had much more to give due to poor driver code up until the miracle drivers. And no one could've predicted that AMD was put in such a dire position that they had to fire-sale that card.

No reviewers or consumers were fooled. Unless you purchased the GTX 680 AFTER the miracle drivers.

The 7970 always won when OCed iirc. nVidia used GPU Boost to get OCed numbers against stock AMD cards and got away with it thanks to marketing. It's no coincidence that nVidia's first time launching G*104 as their flagship was the first card with Boost. That said, now both sides have a Boost feature it's pretty neat.
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. Nvidia still has the best drivers for day one game releases and that ain't gonna change. .

Not true.
but keep on telling yourself that thumb.gif
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I don't mean to get down on these rumors, but here we are again.

I'm sitting here with a 970 and all my "upgrade" paths are sideways with AMD unless I want to get a new nVidia card for the ~$350 or so I spent on my current card.

AMD needs to offer nVidia users more than sideways "upgrades." That's how you get market share back.
What 350$ Nvidia card you are talking about??
The 1070 starts at 380$ and those would probably be from brands like Galax, any decent 1070 will be above 400$.

No suprise you assume AMD can't compete.
Based on what we've seen in the past all AMD has to do to compete is make a bigger GPU and they already have one, it's called Vega.
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If AMD have 2 RX480's one with 32 CU and one with 36 CU they can use 4 GB GDDR5 on the one and 8 GB on the other and when they speak of prices they will say the lowest of the 2 prices in order to look better so one can be 199 US and the other can be below 250US so that 2x to be less than 500US

I was it only me that remembers what Raja said during the Ashes stream ? "while we tune up drivers" meaning their drivers are still far from optimized frown.gif

That said i am still expecting the a 32CU@1266Mhz with 4GB GDDR5 at above 5 TFLOPS as the slide suggests and then a 36CU@1266+Mhz at above 6 TFLOPS with 8GB GDDR%
I am not sure about this 4GB thing? Could it be a 28CU unit at 1100Mhz with 4GB instead of the 32CU one ?

Could a 28CU@1100 with 4GB provide enough power for VR and be the 199US card ? And then 32CU be 250US with 8GB and 36CU priced at 300US
We did hear 199US we did hear that 2 cards are below 500US (making 1 be 250) and then we did heard from 200US to 300US price mark
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1266 Mhz
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Honestly I just need something to tie me over until the next big thing (prob. Vega). This might be it. When Vega comes around and is great, I can just sell these.
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1266 Mhz

That would be 5.8 TFlops.
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