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People keep buying all the retail stock and selling the cards for 1200
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post #32 of 63
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AMD sold millions of Polaris GPUs already.

You heard it here first.

Oh no, nVidia is going bankrupt because AMD's millions of Polaris that they already sold helped them to gain massive marketshare already.

So the semi-custom deals to console manufacturers and the OEM deal with Apple didn't happen?
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AMD sold millions of Polaris GPUs already.

You heard it here first.

Oh no, nVidia is going bankrupt because AMD's millions of Polaris that they already sold helped them to gain massive marketshare already.

So the semi-custom deals to console manufacturers and the OEM deal with Apple didn't happen?

How many did they sold?

How many Polaris products on shelf right now?
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How many did they sold?

Quite a few to have a contract. You have a very myopic view of the industry. You aren't nvidia's client, nor are you AMD's client. Board manufacturers, OEM's (laptops and discreet) and other businesses are AMD's largest clients.

For Polaris its Apple and Sony.. both of which have begun manufacturing already. They don't need release ready drivers yet, nor do they need the "card" to be officially launched either to buy them.

Its the same for nVidia really, although the 1080 seems more limited in client base (only board partners, no major OEM deals although that doesn't preclude future deals or OEMs buying discreet parts later).
Edited by Lee Patekar - 6/9/16 at 6:40am
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How many did they sold?

Quite a few to have a contract. You have a very myopic view of the industry. You aren't nvidia's client, nor are you AMD's client. Board manufacturers, OEM's (laptops and discreet) and other businesses are AMD's largest clients.

For Polaris its Apple and Sony.. both of which have begun manufacturing already. They don't need release ready drivers yet, nor do they need the "card" to be officially launched either to buy them.

Its the same for nVidia really, although the 1080 seems more limited in client base (only board partners, no major OEM deals although that doesn't preclude future deals or OEMs buying discreet parts later).

nVidia is falling behind right?

nVidia is falling behind AMD because AMD got a bunch of contacts, while nVidia is already selling Pascal?
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post #36 of 63
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How many did they sold?

How many Polaris products on shelf right now?

To consumers... 0 as of now and no they aren't on the shelf.

Does that have anything at all to do with whether they sold quantity to Apple and/or Console makers etc? No...

If you see a card to Apply the sale happened... when Apple actually gets a product on the shelf is something else all together.
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Ah, of course.

Fury X sells out within minutes and remains out of stock. "LOL! AMD and their weak supply chain!"

GTX 1080 sells out within minutes and remains out of stock. "ZOMG they must've sold MEELYUNS!"

Good job putting words in my mouth
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post #38 of 63
I wonder why this thread is keep going. It's a clickbait with no real info and really nothing serious to say. I guess the title is too bold for some to resist.
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For all of you arguing agaisnt me, are you all agreeing that nVidia is falling behind?

I'm saying nVidia is not falling behind AMD, and you all beg to differ.
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post #40 of 63
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nVidia is falling behind right?

nVidia is falling behind AMD because AMD got a bunch of contacts, while nVidia is already selling Pascal?

Neither of us can know this since neither of us have the details of the contracts, nor the quantity GPUs that were manufactured.

I understand where you, and most posters on this board, are coming from. You're looking for the next GPU powerhouse so anything less than that is garbage in your eyes. You're actively ignoring more than 70% of the market because it doesn't represent you. So you're probably thinking AMD committed suicide when they made a mid-tier / low end GPU you aren't interested in and which doesn't compete with the 700+ 1080 GTX

Its a myopic view of the industry.

Many here know the 1080 GTX is selling faster than they're being produced. Most assume the sale volume must be staggering. Is it? What was the largest shipment you've heard of so far? A dozen? Two dozen? It feels like a rushed paper launch.

There's too much hype. I'm waiting for the dust to settle. By winter I'll consider upgrading.
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