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I say it will be slower than GTX 980 in DX11 and synth. Benchmarks.

It would be an amazing win for AMD if this card is faster in DX11 than the GTX 980 and overclocks well.

You know the story about AMD and drivers. A couple of months and a 10% extra gain. Six months later another 10%.

Plus I have to see these new features, such as the geometry co-processor.
This videocard holds a few "finesses" that I'd love to see working.
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Very cool, and I'm not even sure that 2 7950's actually give you twice the power of 1 7950 (scaling) so this might be my chance to swap out crossfire, get the 4 outputs I need, and spend less than $300 Canadian. Nice. And yeah, I see those 4 outputs as I watch the Linus video.

Last time I heard GTX 970 was equal to 7950 in Crossfire.

No need to look that far if you look for just a double performance of 2 7950s
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Are you talking less performance vs a overclocked 980 Ti or a highly overclocked 980 Ti + DX11? I know you can't be talking reference vs reference especially at 1440p and 4K DX11 & DX12.

Reference vs reference the 980 TI has been running better at DX11 games in 1440p and 4K than the fury x for the most part. Especially over time as both drivers matured, and nvidia performance of the 980 TI has been going strong, while the fury X had been extremely limited because of the 4GB memory. OC vs OC it has been demolishing the fury x. And AIB 980 Tis have been consistently faster than the fury x..

The only leverage the fury x ever really had was in either specific AMD sponsored games, or in a couple of DX12 games where they have also been heavily involved in the development.
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I think they are a good upgrade for many people. Including myself biggrin.gif

Might get an 8GB version for if I decide to go Xfire 1440p plus the resale value should be better too thinking.gif

I'd use it as a stopgap till the 1080Ti comes out. I have 3 x 1440 monitors and a 3440 x 1440. I can't hook all of them up to the cards I have and while there are cheap cards out there with the outputs to tide me over to the 1080Ti I don't want to give up GPU power in the mean time, or spend much money on a temporary card.
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Last time I heard GTX 970 was equal to 7950 in Crossfire.

No need to look that far if you look for just a double performance of 2 7950s

Another option I'd considered, thx smile.gif
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I'd use it as a stopgap till the 1080Ti comes out. I have 3 x 1440 monitors and a 3440 x 1440. I can't hook all of them up to the cards I have and while their are cheap cards out there with the outputs to tide me over to the 1080Ti I don't want to give up GPU power in the mean time, or spend much money on a temporary card.
Another option I'd considered, thx smile.gif

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I can only assume new AMD 480 will beat out 970 and maybe 980, GTX 1070 is a very strong option depending on your budget of course. 1070 will DEFINITELY beat out GTX 980, and already outperforming GTX 980ti in many tests by couple of Frames.
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Last time I heard GTX 970 was equal to 7950 in Crossfire.

No need to look that far if you look for just a double performance of 2 7950s

eh, nope. i have had 4 7900 cards, so i know. 7950s are faster than a single 970. Besides, 3Gb to 3.5GB is a meh. Heck even 4GB won't be ideal upgrade. Now that 8GB is becoming the norm.
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Reference vs reference the 980 TI has been running better at DX11 games in 1440p and 4K than the fury x for the most part. Especially over time as both drivers matured, and nvidia performance of the 980 TI has been going strong, while the fury X had been extremely limited because of the 4GB memory. OC vs OC it has been demolishing the fury x. And AIB 980 Tis have been consistently faster than the fury x..

The only leverage the fury x ever really had was in either specific AMD sponsored games, or in a couple of DX12 games where they have also been heavily involved in the development.

My question was a simple question. There's no need to go into every detail.

I could easily say that Nvidia leverage overall is Gameworks & TWIMTBP titles. Well that and high overclocks. See easy.
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Probably still get a decent amount on Ebay if someone wanted. People are still paying upwards of $475 for a 980Ti and $600 for Titan X even today.
LOL.... just imagine what a 960 is worth now, $75? 750Ti $40?

Youd be suprised what nvidia users think their cards are worth. Just look at all the 780s for sale section. 400 with water block, lawl.
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Youd be suprised what nvidia users think their cards are worth. Just look at all the 780s for sale section. 400 with water block, lawl.

Here I was thinking about trying to sell my 290x's for $250-300 w/ EK waterblocks. I'm obviously thinking too cheap since 290x absolutely destroys the 780 now.
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Probably good to keep expectations low to avoid disappointment but I really don't see why we can't expect IPC gains from 14nm and 4th gen GCN? There's really no reason NOT to expect at least 390X performance given the chip size, p/w gains, new node and architecture refresh. The only thing that gives me pause is the semi-shady way they demonstrated the card in the stream but that could be for any number of marketing reasons.
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