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Yes but $200 cards have been bad until now. GTX960? Was not even faster then 3 years old GTX680.

I consider used 290x a 250ish card. 290x had extreme value for the money. I am skeptical of Furys. IMO, fiji was a bit of a failure.

Then again, I was on the nvidia train since 780 ti. I just want the highest performance product after OC.
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I consider used 290x a 250ish card. 290x had extreme value for the money. I am skeptical of Furys. IMO, fiji was a bit of a failure.

Then again, I was on the nvidia train since 780 ti. I just want the highest performance product after OC.

Yes 290X / 290 have been good value since after the mining craze but people want new GPUs with lower power consumption. Some people just cant run 250W+ cards in their countries. Even here in Canada I cant fully run 2 x 290X @ 100% because its like keeping a heater on in the summer.
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post #43 of 193
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Yes 290X / 290 have been good value since after the mining craze but people want new GPUs with lower power consumption. Some people just cant run 250W+ cards in their countries. Even here in Canada I cant fully run 2 x 290X @ 100% because its like keeping a heater on in the summer.

I am in Edmonton right now, I usually lives in vancouver. I never had too much issue with power/hot GPUs but I usually only runs single card.

Is Toronto much hotter?

Anyways, I am not too convinced at polaris running cool right now. Either way, paying roughly the same amount of performances 1 year ago with lower power consumption DOESNT count as a win in my book.
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I am in Edmonton right now, I usually lives in vancouver. I never had too much issue with power/hot GPUs but I usually only runs single card.

Is Toronto much hotter?

Anyways, I am not too convinced at polaris running cool right now. Either way, paying roughly the same amount of performances 1 year ago with lower power consumption DOESNT count as a win in my book.

I'm in michigan/ohio area, during the summer it's bad- I definitely don't like wasting the extra 10$ a month on AC. It's one of the main reasons I'm thinking of upgrading TBH

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It is what it is.

I wish the RX480 was a lineup of cards containing low-high end, but sadly it looks like AMD is rolling it out slow. I get why they do it, but I really don't like it. I wish they had atleast one card that could compete with somewhere between 1070 and 1080.

To be completely and brutally honest I had higher hopes for 2016. GTX 1080@700$ and RX480 on par with my 3year old card is simply not doing it for me. It looks like it is going to be another "meh" year.

I know the year is not over yet, but I feel like there is nothing left in 2016. Big cards will probably be 2017.
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Anyone know when the NDA ends?
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Anyone know when the NDA ends?

June 29th, same day as official launch. Well, they will be obviously all be bought by miners on first day, but hey.
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I am in Edmonton right now, I usually lives in vancouver. I never had too much issue with power/hot GPUs but I usually only runs single card.

Is Toronto much hotter?

Anyways, I am not too convinced at polaris running cool right now. Either way, paying roughly the same amount of performances 1 year ago with lower power consumption DOESNT count as a win in my book.

Yeah 1 year ago and now its $430 CAD for 390.
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So, within margin of error with the 390x.
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It is what it is.

I wish the RX480 was a lineup of cards containing low-high end, but sadly it looks like AMD is rolling it out slow. I get why they do it, but I really don't like it. I wish they had atleast one card that could compete with somewhere between 1070 and 1080.

To be completely and brutally honest I had higher hopes for 2016. GTX 1080@700$ and RX480 on par with my 3year old card is simply not doing it for me. It looks like it is going to be another "meh" year.

I know the year is not over yet, but I feel like there is nothing left in 2016. Big cards will probably be 2017.

Yeah this is looking like a 'gap' year tongue.gif
AMD is following through on their TAM promise - so that was not only telegraphed, but appears to be an executed and deliberate move. More power to them I guess, but I have 0 interest in $199 market (budget).

Meanwhile nVidia's 1080 is a poor value and the 1070, while the better price/performer, is still providing 'last year's performance (980Ti), albeit at a discount - both in price and in power consumption.

Being able to run Overwatch on my ancient 2010-era backup GPU, the 580, is somewhat of a respite. But I would like to purchase an updated flagship card. It just wont' happen this year though.
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