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AMD Rx 480 @ $200-250 with no DX12_1 support
Nvidia 1080 @ $600-700 with DX12_1 support
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biggrin.gif at least you can dream !
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AMD Radeon Rx 480 at $200 with Latest OpenCL 2.0 support.
Open CL 2.0 provides support for Shared Virtual Memory. The biggest innovation made in the history of GPGPU computing / HSA. thumb.gif

Nvidia GTX 1080 at >$800 with No OpenCL 2.0 support.
Edited by sumitlian - 6/2/16 at 12:40am
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6% over the 1080 at 51% GPU utilization. We already know this will be at least 980 performance.

At what GPU utilisation of the 1080? And in what other game?
All we know is that we presume it is at the 980 but most likely at the 970.
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AMD Radeon Rx 480 at $200 with Latest OpenCL 2.0 support.
Open CL 2.0 provides support for Shared Virtual Memory. The biggest innovation made in the history of GPGPU computing / HSA. thumb.gif

Nvidia GTX 1080 at $900 with No OpenCL 2.0 support.

900$? Are you living under a rock or under a bridge? rolleyes.gif
Also, this will not make any difference for the market of both GPUs, aka gaming.
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900$? Are you living under a rock or under a bridge? rolleyes.gif
Also, this will not make any difference for the market of both GPUs, aka gaming.

My bad !
Fixed it.
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AMD Radeon Rx 480 at $200 with Latest OpenCL 2.0 support.
Open CL 2.0 provides support for Shared Virtual Memory. The biggest innovation made in the history of GPGPU computing / HSA. thumb.gif

Nvidia GTX 1080 at >$800 with No OpenCL 2.0 support.

There's no need to completely exaggerate the 1080's price to make it look expensive.. $699 for the FE, and the rest will be between $599 and $750 probably.
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At what GPU utilisation of the 1080? And in what other game?
All we know is that we presume it is at the 980 but most likely at the 970.

1080 utilization is 98.7%. AMD's slides were weak though, only Ashes doesn't give us much to go by. It will match a 980 though, Polaris also won't have the issues older GCN did under DX11.

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900$? Are you living under a rock or under a bridge? rolleyes.gif
Also, this will not make any difference for the market of both GPUs, aka gaming.

Do you realize nobody talks about just Gaming when it is about HSA / GPGPU ?

Edit:
In my opinion, a GPU with higher compute capabilities should provide overall better performance due to the architectural requirements of compute processing no matter what compute API you use. Though it is not guaranteed that you'll always get the performance benefit, but it makes sense because all compute APIs have same goal, i.e. better GPGPU. Also in my experience Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4, Dirt 3, Civ5, Metro 2033 have used GPGPU for particle/physics, etc. However all of them used Microsoft's DirectCompute. But those games somewhat provided better fps with a GPU that was more strong on compute side as well. Also Havoc is based on OpenCL. And continuous refinement of OpenCL, we will definitely see OpenCL in gaming as well. OpenCL is not about GPGPU only. Many developers have claimed if you research you will find out that the best method to use CPU SIMD features is through OpenCL. (it requires OpenCL supported CPU indeed).
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cant do async for like 2 generations(well 4 since they said thermi and kepler had dx12 support)
claims full dx12 support
then claims full dx12.1 support without having full dx12 support in the first place

#logic 2016
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There's no need to completely exaggerate the 1080's price to make it look expensive.. $699 for the FE, and the rest will be between $599 and $750 probably.
1080 utilization is 98.7%. AMD's slides were weak though, only Ashes doesn't give us much to go by. It will match a 980 though, Polaris also won't have the issues older GCN did under DX11.


Not everyone is living in the same country as you are.
800euro here for the 1080 fools throttle edition.

the 480 replaces every card under a 1080 at a way cheaper price.
Thats pretty darn cool and since 90% of market customers buys such cards, guess what people will buy?
You might want to buy a 1080 but you will buy a 480 card.
anything else does not make sense.

forum users here isnt a representation accurate to the customers out there that actually buy 480
Its why amd targeted, Apple, notebook, every console and the customers with the 470/480.
Not the Nvidia fans who write stuff in a thread for amd.

I wish more mods would ban for such offenses more.
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