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Originally Posted by Agent Smith1984 View Post

A big RX480 leak with performance numbers, temps, and power is set to be out tomorrow.

When asked if it's good by users, the source said "I'll let you be the judge of that...."

When prodded again, the source said "all I can say is, if you have a 390 or 980, you better sell it now!"

Another leaked graph has shown the RX480 to clock to 1400mhz and beat a Fury X.

If we really do see the 8GB variant around $230, then this will be an insane level of performance at that price point.

NVIDIA may have offered a pretty hard blow to the face with it's 1000 series, but these little 480's are going to be a DIRECT KICK IN THE NUTS TO THEM~ biggrin.gif


Just thought I'd share the gossip tongue.gif
The WCCFTech editor responding in their comment section is indeed gossip.
post #252 of 322
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The 280X aka 7970 is now on par with a GTX 780. Imagine that.


HD7970 clocks are 925/1375
R9 280X clocks are 1000/1500

And still the GTX780 is a much better card because of the relatively big overclocking headroom.
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Mind linking all of these benchmarks where a 7970 is "challenging" a 780ti/titan black? Everything I have found is showing it being around 780 level in DX12, sometimes.







LMAO!
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This just in;

Lisa Su's statement regarding Polaris hitting the $299 price point was about custom AIB versions of the 8GB RX 480.
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Ill give you forza 6, even though benchmarks are incredibly hard to come by for that game, and quantum broken.

However, hitman is notorious for its dx12 mode being outright broken, and DOOM's alpha scores are far different in it's actual release.

http://www.techspot.com/review/1173-doom-benchmarks/page3.html

So far it seems a wash.
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MSI Super White Lighting Deluxe with 6+8 pin + beefed up VRM, OC to 1500 mhz or ****. Not paying $300 for a $229 (or $249?) card.
post #257 of 322
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Still rocking my 770s over here, based on the now 4 year old 680. Only game it cant run is forza 6 maxxed out., due to the 2GB RAM limit. Can still run it on medium no problem (and its a racing game, those pretty graphics dont matter when you are going too fast to see them).

So yeah, flagships certainly can last 3+ years.
GTX 680 owners got the performance they bought when they bought it. 7970 owners got the performance they bought three years later, at which point the 970 existed. Nvidia didnt have to take a whole generation just to make their cards work properly.

And if AMD hadnt re-branded pitcarn over and over again, you can bet the optimizations for the GCN 1 cards would have stopped years ago,just like the 6000 series. AMD doesnt have a choice but to keep optimizing for GCN 1 as long as they are selling pitcarn.
I've also thought that the main reason they kept up with optimization was because of Pitcairn still being out. Though, how much more do they have to do with them all being GCN?
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HD7970 clocks are 925/1375
R9 280X clocks are 1000/1500

And still the GTX780 is a much better card because of the relatively big overclocking headroom.
Yeah man, the clocks are higher because of OC. 7970s and 7950s had pretty high OC headroom.
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HD7970 clocks are 925/1375
R9 280X clocks are 1000/1500

And still the GTX780 is a much better card because of the relatively big overclocking headroom.

780 boosted to 1Ghz regularly as well, not much of a difference.
    
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I've also thought that the main reason they kept up with optimization was because of Pitcairn still being out. Though, how much more do they have to do with them all being GCN?
Them all being GCN helps, yes. However, GCN 1.0 still being sold brand new is the primary reason GCN 1 is still being optimized for as a primary arch, instead of being an afterthought like the 6000s ended up as.
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Them all being GCN helps, yes. However, GCN 1.0 still being sold brand new is the primary reason GCN 1 is still being optimized for as a primary arch, instead of being an afterthought like the 6000s ended up as.
Pitcairn has been left out before tho, it never got mantle support to my knowledge
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