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So still no actual data? Figures.

Edit: and, I said ~60%, so feel free to show me something more than, say, 10% off that number.

Show me the real rigged data?lol

WEI > Anand

Hardware Canucks? Ewww

What's that guys name that dwells in the nvidia forum?

Surprised you haven't bought your 1080.
Edited by rdr09 - 6/19/16 at 9:31pm
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Wait, are we talking 60% faster than a 1500MHz 980?

Oh well, doesn't matter. I'm sticking with my original speculation that the 480 will be faster than a 980 with both at Max overclock. I'm guessing we will see 1400 to 1500 MHz overclocks from the 480 and that aftermarket boards and coolers will not really affect the overclock potential of the card very much just like with the 1080. In other words, reference will likely clock pretty close to the aftermarket cards. In my opinion.

All of this other business about 1700 MHz, and matching a stock 1080 etc. is getting way out of hand. This is a $200 card.
post #313 of 410
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Show me the real rigged data?lol

WEI > Anand

Hardware Canucks? Ewww

What's that guys name that dwells in the nvidia forum?

Surprised you haven't bought your 1080.

So your response is still just to discount every site that shows data you don't like?

Still waiting for your reviews. Take your time, I'm going to bed so you can feel free to look all night.
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Wait, are we talking 60% faster than a 1500MHz 980?

No, I mentioned in passing that the rumor will soon be that the 480 equals the 1080, a card which is ~60% faster than the 980 the article matches the 480 up against (so presumably stock), and then he got all upset and went off on the tangent that the 1080 isn't 60% faster than a stock 980.
Edited by Forceman - 6/19/16 at 9:39pm
post #314 of 410
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So your response is still just to discount every site that shows data you don't like?

Still waiting for your reviews. Take your time, I'm going to bed so you can feel free to look all night.
No, I mentioned in passing that the rumor will soon be that the 480 equals the 1080, a card which is ~60% faster than the 980 the article matches the 480 up against (so presumably stock), and then he got all upset and went off on the tangent that the 1080 isn't 60% faster than a stock 980.

You get swayed by words like . . .

"So the GTX 1080 is wonderfully fast. Ludicrously fast even. It’ll make recent GTX 980 Ti buyers curse their impatience, cause GTX 980 owners to look into selling off various appendages just to buy one and it should keep AMD awake at night praying that Polaris is up to the task of competing."

60% alright.lol

Gee, Force, you've been around long enuf. I read in another thread how some sites gets infiltrated by paid actors.hmm
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So your response is still just to discount every site that shows data you don't like?

Still waiting for your reviews. Take your time, I'm going to bed so you can feel free to look all night.
No, I mentioned in passing that the rumor will soon be that the 480 equals the 1080, a card which is ~60% faster than the 980 the article matches the 480 up against (so presumably stock), and then he got all upset and went off on the tangent that the 1080 isn't 60% faster than a stock 980.

Oh, well at stock, yeah...
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GTX1080 has to be over 60% faster than RX480, or Raj wouldn't have shown that crossfire just barely beating the 1080.
Because lets be real, that DX12 crossfire was a good scenario for AMD.
That benchmark makes me think that the 480 crossfire won't match the GTX1080 in most games.

.
Edited by renx - 6/19/16 at 9:55pm
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You get swayed by words like . . .

"So the GTX 1080 is wonderfully fast. Ludicrously fast even. It’ll make recent GTX 980 Ti buyers curse their impatience, cause GTX 980 owners to look into selling off various appendages just to buy one and it should keep AMD awake at night praying that Polaris is up to the task of competing."

60% alright.lol

Gee, Force, you've been around long enuf. I read in another thread how some sites gets infiltrated by paid actors.hmm

You still haven't backed up your claim.

God you're such a shill, unbelievable.
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You still haven't backed up your claim.

God you're such a shill, unbelievable.

I don't have to the number did not come from me. But thanks for the greetings.

Wait, if you will go by Anand . . . you might as well include GPUBoss in your list.wink.gif
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GTX1080 has to be over 60% faster than RX480, or Raj wouldn't have shown that crossfire just barely beating the 1080.
Because lets be real, that DX12 crossfire was a good scenario for AMD.
That benchmark makes me think that the 480 crossfire won't match the GTX1080 in most games.

.

Not saying your wrong in your assessment. That said, i think to divide the CF results by 2 could be slightly incorrect as well. Since Multigpu scaling isn't linear. I await benchmarks and reviews which i hope will be soon. If launch is 29th, i wonder when NDA lifts and we get reviews.
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Not saying your wrong in your assessment. That said, i think to divide the CF results by 2 could be slightly incorrect as well. Since Multigpu scaling isn't linear. I await benchmarks and reviews which i hope will be soon. If launch is 29th, i wonder when NDA lifts and we get reviews.

Oh, I absolutely agree.
I was just thinking, if a crossfire scales 50-70% over a single gpu (depending on the game/api), then Raj is likely showing us a 70% scaling.
Having said that, I have a hopes and positive feelings about this AMD's generation.
Considering this might just be a 220mm² die, I think it may be a game changer. Not only because of this videocard itself, but because it looks like it's the tip of the iceberg.
Edited by renx - 6/19/16 at 11:08pm
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