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whatever helps you cope, m8 tongue.gif
np, biggrin.gif

although ~390x performance is more believable than furyx.
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np, biggrin.gif

although ~390x performance is more believable than furyx.
Which is why 290 is still a serious gpu compared with 380X. Cores don't equal pure performance.
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There you go, some fresh 3dMark scores.

http://videocardz.com/61005/new-amd-radeon-rx-480-3dmark-benchmarks

Not bad, this 470 looking better and better, only 10% behind 480. I hope it's around $150.

 

Found this in the database http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/11312280

http://www.3dmark.com/compare/3dm11/11263084/3dm11/11312280#


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Just because something can use that much VRAM doesn't mean it needs it.

But it does need it if it refuses to enable that graphical option unless it detects that amount of VRAM. At least this is the case for Doom 4, not sure about Shadow of Mordor.
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But it does need it if it refuses to enable that graphical option unless it detects that amount of VRAM. At least this is the case for Doom 4, not sure about Shadow of Mordor.

You can get around the limitation with a command line switch.
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Oh for sure, the $199 4GB card is a killer deal. No denying. It's the 8GB card that we know exists but have no idea about pricing that is concerning. There's no incentive to upgrade to the 8GB. If you're getting it for 1080p, just grab the 4GB version and save the extra money. If you're getting the extra VRAM for 1440p, it'd be better to get the GTX 1070 and have the power to push frames at that resolution for current and future AAA games.

I remember how people at the time were telling me not to get the 1GB ATI 5770... that it would not be quite worth it...
That same ATI 5770 played Witcher 3 7 years later in large part due to the 1GB of VRAM. That is called longevity and value.

Games already use more than 4GB at 1080P. The new Mirror's Edge, MODS (PC gaming after all), future titles and 1440P (this card would do well at it).

It does help in the end.
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Kind of like all the 2gb 670/680 being owned by 7950/7970 a year later due to 3gb vs 2gb
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Kind of like all the 2gb 670/680 being owned by 7950/7970 a year later due to 3gb vs 2gb

Not the entire reason, but definitely a part of why the 7970 is such a beast nowadays tongue.gif

VRAM matters people. Especially for modding and longevity (not everyone can upgrade super often... and knowing how harsh life can be, I'd rather not risk it ).
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That same ATI 5770 played Witcher 3 7 years later in large part due to the 1GB of VRAM.
.. your and mine definition of "played" must differ radically tongue.gif

kinda curious what res and settings and fps that was
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.. your and mine definition of "played" must differ radically tongue.gif

kinda curious what res and settings and fps that was

The Witcher 3 isn't that heavy to run even maxed out without Gimpworks effects. I'd say he's running at around 30 FPS low to medium 720p, some people can play at 30 FPS just fine, I for one 144 FPS or I don't play at all, but that's just me.
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