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This is Hype train wink.gif
Well that has made my evening...thumbsupsmiley.png
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You trust a benchmark that depicts a Titan X being 10% slower than a 980 Ti? rolleyes.gif
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Wow good catch!

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For whoever tested those cards, not for you biggrin.gif

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Well, AFAIK T-X had no OC editions where the 980 Ti did. So it is possible.

My mistake I'll add in an edit. Like I said I just used the first bench I could find for firestrike ultra that included a 1070, tx, and 980ti (there aren't many). I missed that HH used a GeForce GTX 980 Ti (Asus STRIX) which does perform about 10% above the tx on that benchmark. I never followed the 980ti versus tx benches to really notice the discrepancy from memory

Here's one that is a little more helpful for the comparison.


Looks like the 19.5% oc (still assuming perfect scaling and the best case leak) would get the rx480 up to both the 980ti and 1070 level.
Edited by ryan92084 - 6/21/16 at 4:08am
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AMD is using Stars as code names for their GPU products, but AMD also thinks it is a good idea to advertise the Radeon branding utilizing graphics of giant fireballs. I mean its not like there is a preexisting mindset that links AMD GPUs to excessive heat or anything... rolleyes.gif



#fireyourmarketingteam

Actually I think that image looks cool and isn't a problem marketing wise imho.

edit: I take that back it is a problem in that it shows vega but they won't talk about vega. tongue.gif
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Well, AFAIK T-X had no OC editions where the 980 Ti did. So it is possible.

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AMD is using Stars as code names for their GPU products, but AMD also thinks it is a good idea to advertise the Radeon branding utilizing graphics of giant fireballs. I mean its not like there is a preexisting mindset that links AMD GPUs to excessive heat or anything... rolleyes.gif



#fireyourmarketingteam
Isn't that a WCCFTech Photoshop job?
I don't believe that's official marketing material.
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I hope this RX 480 will convince a lot of AMD users to ditch their last gen GPUs.

It will be good for AMD.
No doubt about it. 28nm was definitely a sour point in the history of GPUs. A 7970 from over 4 years ago is still an upper midrange card.
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Isn't that a WCCFTech Photoshop job?
I don't believe that's official marketing material.

I think those were made by @tugasdocrl on reddit and are not official marketing slides
https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/4lmp2u/still_confused_with_the_next_gpus_numbering_4k/d3olhwt
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No doubt about it. 28nm was definitely a sour point in the history of GPUs. A 7970 from over 4 years ago is still an upper midrange card.

The 7970 was an awesome card at launch and thats why its still relevant today. It was well underclocked and had huge head-room the likes we have not seen since really. For some reason it took AMD a while to get the most of out it too, so it just steadily improved as time went on with driver updates.

I had two of them , under chilled liquid hitting 1430mhz core in CFX. Moved from them to 780 tics - which were almost as much fun. Still set a WR with those 7970s (lightnings) at the time so really great memories. Great cards , stil have them somewhere thumb.gif
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I "blame" the success of the 7970 on GCN being brand new and 28nm being the node of choice for all these years. That allowed it to age very well. It's wild to think of the 55nm 3870 (with 320 SPs) as being as many generations from the 7970 as the RX480s are now.
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[WCCFTECH] Folks, new rumor just hit my desk. There's talk that AMD MIGHT move the embargo forward to June 24, THIS FRIDAY. Apparently we've "leaked way too much" and some people under embargo are complaining that they don't have much left to write about.

The leaks are cray at this moment.
Just a few minutes ago a guy in China was live "benching" the 480 although he did not show anything interesting.
At this point it is possible to at least see some benchmarks earlier, I suspect the hard launch date will remain 29.
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You can catch some glimpses of the new overclocking tool in the video & pictures here https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/4p42vm/chinese_streamer_has_rx_480_showing_on_stream/ not a whole lot else though
Edited by ryan92084 - 6/21/16 at 7:16am
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