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Pulling out the reviews without the cards on shelves happens to be the definition of paper launch redface.gif
I cant even respond to such an insanely twisted logic redface.gif

date of 27-th was set from the day of announcement and the cards were out on 27-th


not everyone drags their NDA till launch date
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I cant even respond to such an insanely twisted logic redface.gif
You can't because that's a fact not twisted logic. redface.gif

enjoy the horror lol
post #1653 of 2870
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a 229$ cards with 10% less performance than a 379$ MSRP card
10% = 40%

confirmed
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a 229$ cards with 10% less performance than a 379$ MSRP card that is hardly found at that price surely makes the 65.5% more expencive card and only 10% better performing a BAD decision.
Not only that but from what we know that comparison will be even worse for DX12 applications.

I wouldn't put too many eggs in that TFLOPS basket.

According to Wikipedia, R9 390X has roughly 5.9 TFLOPS single precision. GTX 980 has 4.6 TFLOPS. By all accounts, the GTX 980 is about 5-10% faster in real-world performance. That's not even considering the fact that GTX 980 overclocked much higher than they 390x, too.

Don't use TFLOPS as a metric for measuring performance. Lets wait for reviews to release so we can get some actual performance numbers.
Edited by Mad Pistol - 6/25/16 at 7:29am
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Someone is feeling nervous and a bit reddish around here lol

Passive aggressive smile -> redface.gif
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10% = 40%

confirmed
i know that you wont but

do you have ANY REAL PROOF to show that 40% difference?
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Someone is feeling nervous and a bit reddish around here lol

Passive aggressive smile -> redface.gif

Not at all, I just don't think the RX 480 is going to even come close to a GTX 1070, even after a monster overclock from the RX 480. However, traditionally, AMD has had higher TFLOPS numbers from their cards compared to Nvidia, but that doesn't play out in real-world performance. I'm just trying to temper some expectations of the RX 480 = GTX 1070... probably not going to happen.

Will the RX 480 be a better value than the GTX 1070? It really should be. We will see what kind of value it provides in a few days.
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10% = 40%

confirmed

10% less performance at 40% price difference. But, why base all these on speculations. Card will be launched soon. Members will either rejoice or get disappointed as you predicted.

So how many members/guests have you duped convinced into buying the 1070 today?

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its so great to buy a card ~40% slower then 1070 to replace a 1070 redface.gif
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I wouldn't put too many eggs in that TFLOPS basket.

According to Wikipedia, R9 390X has roughly 5.9 TFLOPS single precision. GTX 980 has 4.6 TFLOPS. By all accounts, the GTX 980 is about 5-10% faster in real-world performance. That's not even considering the fact that GTX 980 overclocked much higher than they 390x, too.


Don't use TFLOPS as a metric for measuring performance. Lets wait for reviews to release so we can get some actual performance numbers.

That is true for the 390X yes but we have enough leaks to asume that GCN4 has lowered that gap.
even if it hasn't eliminated all of it the RX480 based on all the leaks is far from 40% slower than 1070 ... even if it is 20% slower/weaker it still is 65% cheaper and that is a huge difference that would still render the 1070 a poor option imo.

However we should wait 4 more days before we can know for sure but untill then this guy and his 40% difference needs to lower his nonsence as he is starting to be realy anoying.
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I wouldn't put too many eggs in that TFLOPS basket.

According to Wikipedia, R9 390X has roughly 5.9 TFLOPS single precision. GTX 980 has 4.6 TFLOPS. By all accounts, the GTX 980 is about 5-10% faster in real-world performance. That's not even considering the fact that GTX 980 overclocked much higher than they 390x, too.

Don't use TFLOPS as a metric for measuring performance. Lets wait for reviews to release so we can get some actual performance numbers.
Well, actually, while I do agree TFLOPS comparisons are a bad way to do these things, that TFLOPS number is using base clock.
With boost lock, it's 5 TFLOPS, and Maxwell cards pretty much always hit a lot higher than their rated boost clock, so it's probably even higher than that.

Though don't even start looking at GM200 and Fiji, it's a really bad comparison considering how incredibly bottlenecked Fiji was in so many areas.

Edi:
Using the numbers here, with a custom cooler, the 980 should EASILY hit an extra 100MHz above the advertised boost clock. We're looking at 5.4 TFLOPS on the 980.
Edited by lolerk52 - 6/25/16 at 7:49am
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