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Love the pool on wccf. Which Graphics Card Are You Most Likely Going To Buy? 70% from nearly 4 thousands votes is rx 480.

They probably think it is an NVIDIA card biggrin.gif.
 
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Yes
These target demographics either don't need anything more than an integrated, or are already covered by what's offered on the market.

AMD is probably stockpiling bad chips to sell as R 450s and R 440s, but I see no point in addressing that market with any sort of urgency.
Anything below that will probably be a bad rebrand.
Well you don't have a lot of vision.
The 460 is a mobile GPUs first, it will go in notebooks and offer better gaming that any intel gpu can provide.
It will most likely be able to play most games at least at medium settings 1080p which can't be said about APUs.
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Well you don't have a lot of vision.
The 460 is a mobile GPUs first, it will go in notebooks and offer better gaming that any intel gpu can provide.
It will most likely be able to play most games at least at medium settings 1080p which can't be said about APUs.
But nvidia has already been doing that. AMD kinda got kicked out of most halfway decent laptops when they couldnt provide anything new, and the polaris mobile chips are all higher end. the mid range AMD chips are still older GCN models. So dont expect a ton of traction outside of high end gaming laptops.
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But nvidia has already been doing that. AMD kinda got kicked out of most halfway decent laptops when they couldnt provide anything new, and the polaris mobile chips are all higher end. the mid range AMD chips are still older GCN models. So dont expect a ton of traction outside of high end gaming laptops.
And now AMD is doing it so I don't see the problem.
Even Polaris 10 fits no problem in a laptop form factor and I bet it will be below 960M-970M prices.
Polaris 11 should find it's way in even cheaper laptops.


Also fresh info form Germany, I don't know if it's legit:

460: 79€
470: 149€
480 4gb: 209€
480 8gb: 249€

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Also fresh info form Germany, I don't know if it's legit:

460: 79€
470: 149€
480 4gb: 209€
480 8gb: 249€

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AMD kinda got kicked out of most halfway decent laptops when they couldnt provide anything new,

Now they have new architecture?
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Now they have new architecture?
New architecture does not change mindshare. Also, everything but the high end is based on older parts.

http://wccftech.com/amd-radeon-400-mobility-gpus-confirmed/
http://www.anandtech.com/show/10322/amd-unveils-radeon-m400-series-for-notebooks
http://techfrag.com/2016/05/16/radeon-m400-series-mobility-gpus-confirmed-by-amd/

Unless AMD went and changed their entire lineup without telling anyone, all of their mobile GPUS other then the 480, 480x, and 490x (assuming we get the 480 and 480x mobile, and not just the 480 mobile) are older 28nm designs. So other then high end laptops, there wont be anything new in mobile from AMD.

Of course, AMD might have changed that, but if they did, they aren't talking about it. I dont see how AMD is going to compete against, say, the 960m replacement, the 1060m at 16nm, with old 28nm parts in a restricted TDP.
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After another 4k of votes rx 480 holds his groud. AMD better have some sick stocks of those cards ready wink.gif
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They are at the top of the charts in terms of performance but given the desktop prices the mobile version should also fall in the affordable price bracket.
The rest of the GPUs are just there for the numbers like from nvidia the most used mobile GPUs are the GT 620, 630, 730,830, 840 etc.
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New architecture does not change mindshare. Also, everything but the high end is based on older parts.

http://wccftech.com/amd-radeon-400-mobility-gpus-confirmed/
http://www.anandtech.com/show/10322/amd-unveils-radeon-m400-series-for-notebooks
http://techfrag.com/2016/05/16/radeon-m400-series-mobility-gpus-confirmed-by-amd/

Unless AMD went and changed their entire lineup without telling anyone, all of their mobile GPUS other then the 480, 480x, and 490x (assuming we get the 480 and 480x mobile, and not just the 480 mobile) are older 28nm designs. So other then high end laptops, there wont be anything new in mobile from AMD.

Of course, AMD might have changed that, but if they did, they aren't talking about it. I dont see how AMD is going to compete against, say, the 960m replacement, the 1060m at 16nm, with old 28nm parts in a restricted TDP.

Mindshare has nothing to do with mobile parts, that is why AMD has already done a big deal with Apple for laptops with Polaris.

The next series of mobile chips will obviously have more Polaris architecture in them as production will have been going for a lot longer.

Plus they have the Zen APU series coming early next year so they will be hitting the mobile market hard at that point.

It won't matter if they can't change the mindshare of people on tech forums.
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