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The last 2 YT channels on earth who I thought would ever get an AMD product first were: Linus and PCPerspective. Looks like I was wrong. biggrin.gif

 

LTT I can get. PCPer, however, has a pretty huge history of working with AMD on sponsored content.

post #22 of 1394
I gave Titan owners a chance to dump their antiquated tech a few weeks ago by offering $300 for a Titan. They laughed at me.
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So Summit Ridge is going to be enthusiast grade......mmmmmm I'm getting those old school feels again. Don't let me down AMD, make my name gr8 again.
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Am I the only one who is a bit baffled with the positive reception here?

So AMD have no response to the 1080 or 1070 and instead bring out a successor to the 380.. the 480.

All Nvidia need to do is release a 1060 and not only will they have a popular alternative to the 480 but will also be dominating the entire mid-high end product category
whatever the outcome is, it is the GM204 owners get burn real hard. biggrin.gif

polaris has set the 970/980 performance bars @ $199. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Unkzilla View Post

Am I the only one who is a bit baffled with the positive reception here?

So AMD have no response to the 1080 or 1070 and instead bring out a successor to the 380.. the 480.

All Nvidia need to do is release a 1060 and not only will they have a popular alternative to the 480 but will also be dominating the entire mid-high end product category

The main Polaris target has been said to be mainstream for so long that it shouldn't surprise many that this isn't an enthusiast level card. Going to have to wait for Vega for that.
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AMD just killed all their products over 199 bucks.
Also, AMD killed almost every single Nvidia's product in the same price segment.
Also, 1060 is MIA and in general GP106.
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AMD just killed all their products over 199 bucks.
Also, AMD killed almost every single Nvidia's product in the same price segment.
Also, 1060 is MIA and in general GP106.

that's why AMD only show their cards loaded at 51%, may be this was the conspiracy.
post #28 of 1394
Hmm... it will be interesting to see just where this cards performance exactly sits... If it offers better performance than my 290x, even if it is marginal (but consistent) I might just consider grabbing 2 and having some fun....especially at the 199(isn) price tag.
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post #29 of 1394
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Am I the only one who is a bit baffled with the positive reception here?

So AMD have no response to the 1080 or 1070 and instead bring out a successor to the 380.. the 480.

All Nvidia need to do is release a 1060 and not only will they have a popular alternative to the 480 but will also be dominating the entire mid-high end product category

It's due to price. Performance is underwhelming and the clockspeeds seem anemic too conidering nvidia are going beyond 2Ghz with ease.
    
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post #30 of 1394
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It's due to price. Performance is underwhelming and the clockspeeds seem anemic too conidering nvidia are going beyond 2Ghz with ease.

Clockspeeds don't matter as much as perf/clock.

Or else, Bulldozer was the best CPU ever. rolleyes.gif
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