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Correction, watching Raja fumble and drop it made the video worth it.

I did say "besides the drop" tongue.gif
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200 isnt that good, 980Ti OCs for up to 400+ Mhz (and gains 20-25%) and 1080/1070 can go to ~2050 (or maybe 2100+, we'll see) gaining up to +15% performance in OC

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still can compete in p/p

How do you work out price to performance? Lol. They wouldn't be close at all..

I think some are giving the 1070 far to much credit.. It only has around 30% over a 970. If the 480 equals a 390X, and can achieve a 20% overclock (which most GCN chips can do, although Polaris may have the same issues as Pascal with FF), then it will be close to a 1070, except it costs half the price.. But from what has been said there is quite a bit of room left in the 480 for AIB's. If, if , and if it does perform/clock well then do you really think a 1070 is worth twice as much for 10-20% more performance?

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Don't know why i wrote 30..
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How do you work out price to performance? Lol. They wouldn't be close at all..

I think some are giving the 1070 far to much credit.. It only has around 30% over a 970. If the 480 equals a 390X, and can achieve a 20% overclock (which most GCN chips can do, although Polaris may have the same issues as Pascal with FF), then it will be close to a 1070, except it costs half the price.. But from what has been said there is quite a bit of room left in the 480 for AIB's. If, if , and if it does perform/clock well then do you really think a 1070 is worth twice as much for 10-20% more performance?

It looks like it is closer to fury. 67DF:C7
I expected it to be faster than fury for 100$ more.
The crossfire score seems low though, I get same number two 290x xfire.



Edited by Newbie2009 - 6/1/16 at 2:42am
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I think some are giving the 1070 far to much credit.. It only has around 30% over a 970.
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check some benches man, they're all out already

stock 1070 is abit head of stock 980Ti and more or less dead equal with stock Titan X .. OCed FE 1070 about matches a ~1430-1450 980Ti

being 390X/980 level will not let a 480 compete directly with 1070 or 980Ti in any way, only in p/p


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If, if , and if it does perform/clock well then do you really think a 1070 is worth twice as much for 10-20% more performance?
well Im prepared to pay some more for 20%, sure

and it isnt going to be twice, because that kind of performance will only at best come from the $250-300 P10 version, not from the $199 4GB one ... 4GB, come on, its good value for 200 bucks, but lets not starting putting it up against 1070/980Ti now redface.gif
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I can never tell what AMD fans really believe and whats a joke redface.gif
you're not wrong, some of us wanted to see the full unveiling/released specs of a real 1070 competitor to give us some more options thumb.gif

alas
Yeah right.
Anyway at this point judging by your comments clearly for you it doesn't matter what AMD does or what they release.
I don't understand why you waste your time on AMD treads.
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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

AMD's official numbers is over 5 TFlops, Gamer Nexus just forgot the 'over' part.
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So if we are going strictly by that graph, and take away the Crossfire which scales pretty good under the last gen and say it likely does the same, then subtract the boost for Ashes that AMD gets pretty much on that title.  Hmm is this smoke and mirrors?

Where is the great VR FPS there for that $200? 25 or so FPS single GPU compared to the 58.7 for the $700 card they listed at stock. I know this is nitpicking but the vendors typically lie through ommision. I'll assume there's nothing to see here. I also thought it odd that VR was championed, as it seems overhyped for what it has delivered so far.

Call me skeptical until reviewers get the cards and or OCN members. Overclock'rs (VR) dream...biggrin.gif

OOops... didn't realized I uploaded the wrong picture. I ment to use this one:




That shows the market that AMD is targeting and trying to grow.... which is the other 99% that are not buying or can't fathom spending $500+ for a GPU
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Yeah right.
Anyway at this point judging by your comments clearly for you it doesn't matter what AMD does or what they release.
I don't understand why you waste your time on AMD treads.
and I dont understand why you waste my time why these whiny posts redface.gif
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It looks like it is closer to fury. 67DF:C7
I expected it to be faster than fury for 100$ more.
The crossfire score seems low though, I get same number two 290x xfire.

Another Crossfire benchmark showed up on 3DMark the day after they posted that.
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