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Eh, we should start getting pretty reputable leaks coming out within the next week or so. The cards are in the wild already.

I wonder what AMD is waiting on. Having leaks this close when they have been shipping to retailers for the past couple of weeks is expected.
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Oh, good. I've been looking forward to hearing about the overclocking headroom. Please, fellas, tell us more.
What are you running yours at? How are your temps? Did you need to go under water to clock it "to the moon"?

And most importantly, how does time travelling work?

They're obviously clocking it lower so that they can claim all these great performance per watt numbers. I bet you'll be able to manage an extra 10-15% performance out of these, that depends on how well we can get that 6 pin to cooperate, though.
A 6-pin connector is good for over 200W, so really it shouldn't be an issue with a good PSU.
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Well technically you have 150 watts to play with, 75w from the slot and 75w from the 6pin. We know the 6pin can deliver more but I think the card is 100w TDP so 50% more power should be enough to play with.
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I wonder what AMD is waiting on. Having leaks this close when they have been shipping to retailers for the past couple of weeks is expected.
AMD is probably waiting on having decent stock in stores.
200$ cards are very high volume, especially if rumors are true and the performance is as good as an R9 Nano.
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Yep, better wait to have good stock at launch than have 1080 FE style paper launch fiasco.
post #26 of 56
It's about the size of a 270X.... Vega may obliterate Pascal.
Even if it's Q1-2017, it may well worth the wait.
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a card on the level of a stock 980/390X with a 15%+ OC will still be below stock 980Ti and probably even stock Fury X (or maybe real close to it)

and OCed 1070 goes toe to toe with an OC 980Ti



also - if 1266Mhz 36 CU is on the level of ~980/390X (as it seems to be) then 1266Mhz 64CU (4096 Vega) would be marginally above stock 1080, with HBM2 probably on par with OCed 1080 .. and 1400-1500Mhz 64CU would be above OCed 1080, but below 1080Ti and even more below OCed 1080Ti

dont know if 4096 will be the max for Vega or not, but I feel it will need more than 4096 to battle 1080Ti head-on
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a card on the level of a stock 980/390X with a 15%+ OC will still be below stock 980Ti and probably even stock Fury X (or maybe real close to it)

and OCed 1070 goes toe to toe with an OC 980Ti



also - if 1266Mhz 36 CU is on the level of ~980/390X (as it seems to be) then 1266Mhz 64CU (4096 Vega) would be marginally above stock 1080, with HBM2 probably on par with OCed 1080 .. and 1400-1500Mhz 64CU would be above OCed 1080, but below 1080Ti and even more below OCed 1080Ti

dont know if 4096 will be the max for Vega or not, but I feel it will need more than 4096 to battle 1080Ti head-on

1080Ti specs and performance CONFIRMED.
Vega specs and performance CONFIRMED
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1080Ti specs and performance CONFIRMED.
Vega specs and performance CONFIRMED
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1080Ti specs and performance CONFIRMED.
Vega specs and performance CONFIRMED
my math checks out doe thumb.gif

for the 64CU/4096 Vega


and its a no brainer that 1080Ti is going to be 30%+ faster than 1080
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