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Or you could get a 980 for 200 right now lol. People aold their 980s for cheap right now since 1070 and 1080 were announced...probably will be the same price for a while until 1080 ti arrives.

But conaidering that this is for a new card, 200 for the 480 is the sweet spot to be honest.
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we'll find out rather soon, won't we? I'm guessing it will be better than the 980, but that's just an uninformed guess.

I hope your right. As long as its better then the 970. I will be replacing that 970 in my arcade rig for that.
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Doubtful as I believe it's the HBM memory that allows the Nano to be so small (could be wrong on that). I would be interested as well though if it is in fact as small as the Nano.

The reference design might not be that small, but there could well be custom designs about the same size. Sapphire made a 17cm long 285 and 380, and there are 960 and 970 models of similar size.
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It's a complete and utter failure if it doesn't match 390 performance, just saying.

I'm not entirely sure of the US pricing on the 390 at the moment, but if its $320 and the 480 matches it at $200, that's pretty decent

Where it fails is that it doesn't provide much of a upgrade path for 390/970 and 980 users but if they are targeting people on 750ti's and 950s 960s 380s etc its a winner
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What site is livestreaming the AMD event? Also on Twitch like Nvidia did?
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I'm not entirely sure of the US pricing on the 390 at the moment, but if its $320 and the 480 matches it at $200, that's pretty decent

Where it fails is that it doesn't provide much of a upgrade path for 390/970 and 980 users but if they are targeting people on 750ti's and 950s 960s 380s etc its a winner

used 980's are going for 300$
used 980 Ti's 400$
used 970' 200$
new 390's are 300$
used 390's are 260$

People know something big is coming. prices on used parts are starting to fall rapidly.

With the Die shrink, at 232mm at 14nm, the fully unlocked card is a failure if it doesn't beat the 390x IMHO..

It's been 3 years- AMD has already claimed it performs at 500$ level current-gen (980 and fury)
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What site is livestreaming the AMD event? Also on Twitch like Nvidia did?
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Graphic card companies have been making a killing on GPUs per sale, most cards only cost a fraction of their retail price, for example a 1070 probably only costs 30-50 to make per. NVidia didn't get rich from selling expensive. A GDDR5 module costs about 10 to 20 cents per.

Thats a bit of an exaggeration. A 560ti cost about 95 to make and msrp was what 249? So Im going to say the 1070 probably cost a bit over 120 to make.
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Also, has no one noticed this?

http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/2787270/flags/LL

Is the C7 is infact the RX480, and its going to be about 200ish, those CX numbers are incredibly impressive. Almost 1080 results for 400sh, and thats on early drivers.

Could we have another 6850 on our hands? Two 6850s beat out a GTX580 in more benchmarks back in the day.
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Good stuff, hope they do very well. We should all be rooting for AMD because Nvidia will swallow our wallets if they could.
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Also, has no one noticed this?

http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/2787270/flags/LL

Is the C7 is infact the RX480, and its going to be about 200ish, those CX numbers are incredibly impressive. Almost 1080 results for 400sh, and thats on early drivers.

Could we have another 6850 on our hands? Two 6850s beat out a GTX580 in more benchmarks back in the day.

Yes, not bad for 400ish in CF but considering how CF is a bit of a hit or miss with some games and driver support, its not something to really be excited about, then again I could be wrong and AMD should be doing better with their drivers nowadays. I sold my 980 for 300 and waiting to see who what team will get my money.

Really excited about this line up of cards.
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