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GTX 1070 is 40% faster.

Yikes

AMD better start catering to the 1% or else I will make a stink about it in the forums.
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post #232 of 375
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AMD didn't do no nuffin'.

It was Nvidia releasing the mid-range GTX 1080 at 700$ what paved the way to make a card at this performance level for 199$ look good.

Also I'm pretty sure Nvidia didn't have the intention of releasing the GTX 1060 at 200$, but rather 250$+. Maybe they have to now.
40% faster for only 125% more money thumb.gif

I would call $50 more, in the ballpark, like I said. Both will likely top out close to $300 with 3rd party coolers and OC version. The usual stuff we always see.

If these numbers are even close to real, it's not like the 480 completes with the 1080. Nvidia started the whole small die as the x80 chip a few generations back. So, it's not exactly shocking that they did it again. But, to be honest, if they can get that much performance from the small die, so be it. They made the choice. If you don't want to buy it, don't. What ever AMD is planning for the big chip later will most likely be in the pretty high price bracket as well. It will perform in the same range just like before.

What I am getting at is that once all the cards are out from both sides, they will be exactly where you would expect them all to be. There is not world shattering going on. Just a hype train.
 
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AMD better start catering to the 1% or else I will make a stink about it in the forums.

Nice try on acting clueless but GTX 970 is by far the most sold video card out there.
And it didnt cost that much less than what GTX 1070 cost now

RX 480 is a lower tier than that.
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It IS bad that have no Polaris chip for midrange (GP104). Not just for customers that want multiple options but also for AMD

It is bad for a small amount of costumers.

AMD is going to have a stronger product, sadly not in 2016. For us enthusiast this is bad news.

For 85% of people who have cards that perform like a GTX 660-680 this is great news.
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Nice try on acting clueless but GTX 970 is by far the most sold video card out there.
And it didnt cost that much less than what GTX 1070 cost now

But there weren't many compelling 1080p cards for less than the 970 at the time.
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GTX 1070 is 40% faster.

Yikes

If you take these benchmarks as fact the 1070 is 41% faster for 58-87% more cash (assuming the rumored $239 for 8gb and there are some 1070 for $379). Not too shabby p/p there AMD.
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I would call $50 more, in the ballpark, like I said. Both will likely top out close to $300 with 3rd party coolers and OC version. The usual stuff we always see.

If these numbers are even close to real, it's not like the 480 completes with the 1080. Nvidia started the whole small die as the x80 chip a few generations back. So, it's not exactly shocking that they did it again. But, to be honest, if they can get that much performance from the small die, so be it. They made the choice. If you don't want to buy it, don't. What ever AMD is planning for the big chip later will most likely be in the pretty high price bracket as well. It will perform in the same range just like before.

What I am getting at is that once all the cards are out from both sides, they will be exactly where you would expect them all to be. There is not world shattering going on. Just a hype train.

Everything is hype. We live in a hype era.

Games get hyped, but 1 week after release nobody talks about them anymore.
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But there weren't many compelling 1080p cards for less than the 970 at the time.
GTX 970 have only grown bigger in market share over the years.
Its like 2x as many users that have GTX 970 than the #2 most used card on Steam. That says a lot.
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If you take these benchmarks as fact the 1070 is 41% faster for 58-87% more cash (assuming the rumored $239 for 8gb and there are some 1070 for $379). Not too shabby p/p there AMD.
Not saying AMD doesnt offer a card for a great price. No doubt about that.

I am just speaking about not offering any high end cards in general
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If you take these benchmarks as fact the 1070 is 41% faster for 58-87% more cash (assuming the rumored $239 for 8gb and there are some 1070 for $379). Not too shabby p/p there AMD.

LOL @ this guy. He takes the more expensive RX 480 at $239 and a GTX 1070 at MSRP. The MSRP doesn't matter if cards cannot be found or sold at MSRP. It could be $30. It simply doesn't matter if you cannot find one.

If you look at the 1080 still after launch, has anyone found or purchased a card at the $599 price point??? That's my point. Your comparison was child-like in its naivety.
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LOL @ this guy. He takes the more expensive RX 480 at $239 and a GTX 1070 at MSRP. The MSRP doesn't matter if cards cannot be found or sold at MSRP. It could be $30. It simply doesn't matter if you cannot find one.

If you look at the 1080 still after launch, has anyone found or purchased a card at the $599 price point??? That's my point. Your comparison was child-like in its naivety.

chill down. It is a somewhat valid comparison since both cards currently can't be bought at that price.

I did the same thing basically with worst case scenario (199$ for AMD and 449$ for nvidia) and he did the best case scenario (249$ for AMD and 379$ for Nvidia).

The reality is probably somewhere in the middle.
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