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I just re checked the numbers and it should be around 40 to 50% faster than a 970, as rumors suggest Polaris can overclock to 1.6GHz or so, don't know for sure yet though leaks so close to launch are usually very reliable.
Wait what!?!?

AMD sucks at 3D, AMD sucks with Raptr compared to shadowplay, AMD sucks in a few things that Nvidia excels but Eyefinity? You mentioned the one feature that works 100 times better on AMD than Nvidia surround.

Nvidia surround is garbage next to AMD's offering, just like Raptr to Shadowplay.

I wonder where these boosters are going to hide when all of their claims are rendered unfounded.

40-50% faster than a 970? 1.6Ghz? Rumors suggest? All for $200?
Stop believing the WCCFTech gossip.
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I wonder where these boosters are going to hide when all of their claims are rendered unfounded.

40-50% faster than a 970? 1.6Ghz? Rumors suggest? All for $200?
Stop believing the WCCFTech gossip.

I believe on Ebducan, a guy registered here on OCN that is officially a developer with links to AMD, he can't say much because of NDA but he have suggested more than 1.5GHz and have confirmed that P10 cards with custom boards on "Beast mode" will go for 299$.

Then there's the Chinese live videos reinforcing his suggestions.
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I wonder where these boosters are going to hide when all of their claims are rendered unfounded.

40-50% faster than a 970? 1.6Ghz? Rumors suggest? All for $200?
Stop believing the WCCFTech gossip.

Still not as bad as they were with the 1080, claiming 3X the performance of TX, 2.5ghz guaranteed on air, 2.6-2.7 on water and 3ghz on DI.
Then flaming me for disagreeing and calling me a AMD fan boy ect.
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I always wonder what companies do with old tech like this?

Who in their right mind would buy, now outdated, technology?

I can see buying used 28nm parts and saving money, but paying retail prices, even discounted, for 28nm GPUs is dumb.
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Still a really crappy deal IMO. I'd bite at $330-350. It just doesn't make sense to shell out $400 on a previous generation card with only 6GB of ram with a bit bus that isn't even 512. Neaup.

Sure it does ..... to go SLI on a current rig. wink.gif

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$350 is asking a bit much. A lightning sitting at 1500 mhz is right on par performance wise with the 1080 that's currently priced at $699. And with the stock clock speeds it looks as there is not much headroom on this new generation of cards. I'm not really impressed with the specs of the 1080 either. Big Pascal will be the one to have but will likely have a enormous price tag. I'm skipping this generation. No real need to run a pair of these monsters unless you play on 4k. And imo 4k is not quite polished enough in the gaming market. Poorly optimized and the current available displays are lacking.

I agree with you, a $450 980Ti Lightning is a MUCH better buy than any 1080 in my opinion. And you get the bonus of having a TRUE (albeit last generation) flagship GPU and not a clocked to piss baby GPU! Honestly, that's one of the reasons I have been so disappointed with the pricing of the 1080. Had they released the FE as a standard reference card at the 980's MSRP of $550 imagine how much lower the 980Ti prices would have dropped than even what they are now?
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I agree with you, a $450 980Ti Lightning is a MUCH better buy than any 1080 in my opinion. And you get the bonus of having a TRUE (albeit last generation) flagship GPU and not a clocked to piss baby GPU! Honestly, that's one of the reasons I have been so disappointed with the pricing of the 1080. Had they released the FE as a standard reference card at the 980's MSRP of $550 imagine how much lower the 980Ti prices would have dropped than even what they are now?


They did it so they don't have to offer heavy discounts on 900 series. Good for Nvidia and retailers, not on us.
Nothing we can do about it until AMD releases 1080 competitor. mad.gif
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