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Then I really don't get where AMD got the 2.5x factor from at all. They compared to the generation of cards before Nano/Fury? Starts to sound shady. Anyway...

Hawaii/Tonga comparison is easy way to look good on power efficiency front.
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I felt this was very noticeable, as in, how the hell could you not see it? It looks like low/medium vs. VH/ultra.

Yeah. So take this with a huge truck of salt.
It got more FPS because the settings was much lower than GTX 1080 and it was tested in a game where AMD does better than Nvidia.
Lets see how they stack against each other in a more neutral game where both does well and where settings is the same...
post #503 of 1394
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And they bring out the Ashes of Singularity benchmark....amazing.

So you dont bother to mention the cpu load of each gpu? The 1080 outputs at 100% and while the Xfired 480s output at 50%. Meaning, there is a lot of room for driver improvements down the road. The 1080 is already maxed out for a DX12 game. The frame numbers is not the critical observation.
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Yeah. So take this with a huge truck of salt.
It got more FPS because the settings was much lower than GTX 1080 and it was tested in a game where AMD does better than Nvidia.
Lets see how they stack against each other in a more neutral game where both does well and where settings is the same...
so what you are saying is that while amd managed better numbers on aots with a c7 cf somehow they managed to gimp it on a live demo?
sounds like a plan
post #505 of 1394
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So you dont bother to mention the cpu load of each gpu? The 1080 outputs at 100% and while the Xfired 480s output at 50%. Meaning, there is a lot of room for driver improvements down the road. The 1080 is already maxed out for a DX12 game. The frame numbers is not the critical observation.

If 2 480s were faster than 1080 at 51% load, why did AMD not demo this card coming within 10% from 1080 for LESS THAN THIRD THE PRICE. That would be way more impressive.
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Some grand marketing plan? Something to do with possible further delays? So people like you have less time to be reacting negatively over the following month?

Could be something else.
so people can buy a 1070 rolleyes.gif
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RX 480 CF

GTX 1080

Was this the benchmark AMD ran, and does the settings you see on the side there show everything? Meaning no tricks with AF etc?
post #508 of 1394
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Originally Posted by lolfail9001 View Post

Hawaii/Tonga comparison is easy way to look good on power efficiency front.

Yeah, but if they market TDP to 175W for Nano, and 150W for RX 480, which might not beat Nano performance wise, then it seems like the 14nm shrink had no effect? I guess time will tell, but it sound strange.
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Originally Posted by iLeakStuff View Post

Yeah. So take this with a huge truck of salt.
It got more FPS because the settings was much lower than GTX 1080 and it was tested in a game where AMD does better than Nvidia.
Lets see how they stack against each other in a more neutral game where both does well and where settings is the same...

I hate marketing slides no matter who puts them out.
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Lets assume this $199 RX 480 perfom like GTX 980.
How much are the 980s worth today now I wonder? $100? $150? tongue.gif
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