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I would have to disagree and say that most of the PC market today, of people who are actually interested in gaming ATM are in the GTX 970 market.

It is the most used GPU. Does not mean it represents a majority of the market.

Lets imagine we had 20 different GPUs only. One was a 980 TI and had 15 % market share. The others were between a GTX 960 and and AMD 7790 in power. Sure, those 19 GPUs will spread themselves over 85% of the market. So each one will have circa 4.5% of the market. The 980 Ti will have 15%!

But... what is the ACTUAL majority?

*I hope the example is easy to understand, as it seems that statistics are poorly understood these days. Despite being extremely easy stuff.
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Nope. The 480 we've been shown and seen in leaked benchmarks is the 67DF:C7 with 36CU 2304SP and it's under $250. The 67C0 which we don't know the CU and SP count is MIA.

There's a whole bunch of SKUs that are MIA right now.
post #133 of 1394
Which is probably what the June 29th NDA is all about.
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Its something for me. Now Gtx1070 in my country cost near 650$ . Thats crazy. I will buy 1 or 2.
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So the 199US chip has 4GB GDDR5 and can put out 5 TFLOPS (this could be either a 28CU unit at 1400Mhz or has to be 32CU@1220+Mhz)
That leaves the 8 GDDR5 that is shown CrossFired vs the 1080 in the Ashes stream to be either 32CU or 36CU with 8GB GDDR5 around 230-249 so that 2 can be less than 500US

Then we can still expect something up their sleeve as a 36CU closing 1400 Mhz or a 40CU@1300+

There is still hope for something to equal 1070 at 300 US as neither the entry premium VR 199$ or the CF tested to be less than 250 per unit hint a 300 US card
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why would they not tease a $300 card then ? what the harm in at least saying it exists/will come ?
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why would they not tease a $300 card then ? what the harm in at least saying it exists/will come ?

They did tease it by mentioning a $300 card in the first place. Where do you think this $300 stuff came from? Watch the stream again.
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Those AIBs better provide an 8 pin or greater variants. Otherwise OCing is dead in the water. It'll be power constrained like the 1080 (besides thermals) since they already said 150w TDP and there's only a single 6 pin on it.

IMO, they should have at least put an 8 pin on the reference.

6 and 8 pin connectors supply precisely the same maximum voltage if your connectors aren't fubar. 6 amps each on each of the 3 12v lines... the 8 pin just has "extra" ground lines. Theory is that somehow the ground on the computer case isn't also a ground.
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I cant watch the stream now since Im at work and I havent seen anything in the news about a $300 card yet


frankly I didnt even watch the full Nvidia stream either, I just need the bare info/facts that are known so far which you can get from a news summary or from their slides/charts
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I'm wondering if Vega is bumped up to October now..

RX 480 4GB - $199
RX 480 8GB - $249 ?
RX 480X 8GB - $299 ?

Either there's a Polaris chip we don't know about, or Vega will be the 490/X? I'm guessing they've held back announcing the other models to see what reactions they get from this, i think there will be a Polaris 9 and Vega will be separated like the Fury lineup.
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