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post #1151 of 2870
Anything more then $269 for this card has no place in the market. You could spend a bit more and get GTX1070. Yes they are overpriced right now but price will settle down soon enough.
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Then why can't a $270 version compete with a 1070 too.

I think some of us are thinking there will be magical OC results the more money we pour into the PCB.

For all we know a $260-270 version will be the 1500-1600MHz versions, but I wouldn't expect it to compete with a 1070 directly at these speeds though and I wouldn't expect AMD to be able to challenge a nearly $400 product @ $270.
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For all we know a $260-270 version will be the 1500-1600MHz versions, but I wouldn't expect it to compete with a 1070 directly at these speeds though and I wouldn't expect AMD to be able to challenge a nearly $400 product @ $270.

$400+ when you factor in AIBs. Zealot fails to compare AIB 1070s to AIB 480s where both will be priced upwards from the MSRP. Unless, you wanted a $379 generic 1070 instead of an overclocked 480, then I supposed what he's saying isn't too far off.
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They can keep any overpriced AIBs that cost around $300. That is 150% price increase because the 4GB version won't be that far off in performance. No sane person is gonna pay $300 for AIB with 8GB when a $200 will run almost the same performance. Might as well save the trouble, save those extra $100 and get 1070 instead.
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That's precisely why I think that $300 AIB cards are entirely dependent on how well 480 clocks and how it responds to additional voltage. There is a niche for highly custom 480 with amazing clocks and additional voltage capacity if the performance is there.

I'd be tripping over people to grab an RX 480 Lightning 8GB @ $300 if it could OC to 1600.

Alas MSi doesn't make Lightning versions of pleb mainstream cards so that's just a dream.
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They can keep any overpriced AIBs that cost around $300. That is 150% price increase because the 4GB version won't be that far off in performance. No sane person is gonna pay $300 for AIB with 8GB when a $200 will run almost the same performance. Might as well save the trouble, save those extra $100 and get 1070 instead.

$199.99 + "save those extra $100" doesn't quite equal enough for a 1070.
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$400+ when you factor in AIBs. Zealot fails to compare AIB 1070s to AIB 480s where both will be priced upwards from the MSRP. Unless, you wanted a $379 generic 1070 instead of an overclocked 480, then I supposed what he's saying isn't too far off.

That's what I mean these 1070 cards are all going to be $400+, $380 1070's will look like this:



Even this "MSRP" 1080 is still $9 over MSRP.
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$199.99 + "save those extra $100" doesn't quite equal enough for a 1070.

Yeah, still another $100 short.
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You were saying, bro?

I have no idea what point you're trying to make....bro.............

Like I said, the person I quoted was saying they'd pay up to $350, which would be gouging no matter what PCB components they put on the card.

I'm not sure what you're missing here.
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Originally Posted by Waitng4realGPU View Post

I have no idea what point you're trying to make....bro.............

Like I said, the person I quoted was saying they'd pay up to $350, which would be gouging no matter what PCB components they put on the card.

I'm not sure what you're missing here.

You say even $300 was too much. He said $230 + $50 = $280 which is still right around $300 mark.
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If AIB's can't do solid power delivery and a good cooler for $50 more then something is wrong.

So literally for $50 more you are just about at the $300 mark. This is assuming you want the 8GB AIB partner versions.
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$400+ when you factor in AIBs. Zealot fails to compare AIB 1070s to AIB 480s where both will be priced upwards from the MSRP. Unless, you wanted a $379 generic 1070 instead of an overclocked 480, then I supposed what he's saying isn't too far off.

I know AIB are more for $380 but the Worse 1070 will still be faster then the best 480.
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