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285 launched at $250 and at the time r9 280s were selling for $200, a year before you could get 7950 for $175.

They perform within what, 1-3% of eachother?

R9 290 have been costing $200 for 2 years now.
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That's because it's a side grade, duh. Of course the 480 is better but performance wise they are similar, just 480 costs much less and eats much less power.
Want an enthusiast card, shell out enthusiast money for 1070 or wait for AMDs offerings.

480 is bringing enthusiast performance as we have known so far down into mainstream. Can't be said about overpriced 1070 one bit.

So because the 480 offers better value (but less performance), the 1070 is suddenly overpriced?

No... the Titan X was overpriced for the performance you got. Keep in mind, the 1070 is actually faster than a Titan X for less than half the cost.

The RX 480 is a sweet spot where performance meets value. No one will argue with you on that front. wink.gif
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So because the 480 offers better value (but less performance), the 1070 is suddenly overpriced?

No... the Titan X was overpriced for the performance you got. Keep in mind, the 1070 is actually faster than a Titan X for less than half the cost.

The RX 480 is a sweet spot where performance meets value. No one will argue with you on that front. wink.gif

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No... the Titan X was overpriced for the performance you got. Keep in mind, the 1070 is actually faster than a Titan X for less than half the cost.

A much more reasonable comparison for the 1070 is that it's around or slightly above a 980 Ti for ~2/3 the cost and a fair bit less power. Bringing any Titan into a discussion of price/performance is ridiculous; they've always been stupidly overpriced, the Titan X even more so since it lost its FP64 performance, which was pretty much the only thing the first two Titans had going for them.
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A much more reasonable comparison for the 1070 is that it's around or slightly above a 980 Ti for ~2/3 the cost and a fair bit less power. Bringing any Titan into a discussion of price/performance is ridiculous; they've always been stupidly overpriced, the Titan X even more so since it lost its FP64 performance, which was pretty much the only thing the first two Titans had going for them.

I actually thought about using the 980 Ti, but if I had said the 980 Ti was overpriced, I have a feeling I would have had about 200 death threats in my PM box by morning.

I think the Titan X was overpriced compared to the 980 Ti as well, simply because AIB cards for the 980 Ti were usually faster than the Titan X anyway.
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R9 290 have been costing $200 for 2 years now.

Sure. But a 390 is an oc'd 290 and performs on the level of a 290x, 390x an oc'd 290x. Therefor, if a 480 at stock is between a 390 and 390x, it's faster than a stock 290x, much less a stock 290. when comparing apples to apples, the 480 is a performance upgrade. *all assuming it is actually between a 390 and 390x*

It's time for GoT season finale, bbl
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Sure. But a 390 is an oc'd 290 and performs on the level of a 290x, 390x an oc'd 290x. Therefor, if a 480 at stock is between a 390 and 390x, it's faster than a stock 290x, much less a stock 290. when comparing apples to apples, the 480 is a performance upgrade. *all assuming it is actually between a 390 and 390x*

It's time for GoT season finale, bbl

Yeah but 290 to 390X performance difference is not that big. It's like 10-15% difference.
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Sure. But a 390 is an oc'd 290 and performs on the level of a 290x, 390x an oc'd 290x. Therefor, if a 480 at stock is between a 390 and 390x, it's faster than a stock 290x, much less a stock 290. when comparing apples to apples, the 480 is a performance upgrade. *all assuming it is actually between a 390 and 390x*

It's time for GoT season finale, bbl

And you can overclock 480 for more delta. Even on the stock cooler, an OCd 480 can edge out an OCd 390x comfortably.

Furthermore, with the potential of 1700 MHz boost clock on the GPU, if your balls are big enough you can flash to an custom BIOS with unlocked power target to test the limit of the ref board. Water is recommended btw.
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I actually thought about using the 980 Ti, but if I had said the 980 Ti was overpriced, I have a feeling I would have had about 200 death threats in my PM box by morning.

I think the Titan X was overpriced compared to the 980 Ti as well, simply because AIB cards for the 980 Ti were usually faster than the Titan X anyway.

I love how people assume no one overclocked the TX .. lol.

The TX has always outperformed the 980 ti max OC vs max OC especially at 4k and still does . A lot of people waterblocked them and ran them at the same clocks the 980ti is capable of (best AIB samples in the 1500s) and had the extra ram and cuda cores to go with it. As for a 1070 been faster than a Titan X , not in max OC vs max OC . In firestrike ultra there are no 1070 SLI rigs above the 9000 mark , i score 9525 with my gaming clocks and the 980ti is very near also - above the 1070.

There is only 1 card faster than the TX and that the 1080 .. by the time there will be anything worth upgrading too i would have had two years+ out of this TX .

For people buying now the 1070 obsoletes the 980 ti and TX for sure - cheaper and nearly as fast in OC vs OC, but no reason for owners of either to feel like the are missing something . They've had that performance for years now.
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It was more the disappointment that it was suppose to be a little faster than 390X and overclock to 1.5Ghz.
Right now it seems to perform close to 390, which cost $250 at the moment which 8GB 490 is suppose to cost.
And PCGH said their sample could not go over 1.4GHz.

Seems like the hype for this card seems to have gone overboard if the above is true

I think your word choice is poor. Nothing official stated that the card was "suppose (sic) to...overclock to 1.5Ghz." Rumor mills put out that information. Being disappointed by rumors not being true (which we don't know what's true or false at this point), isn't wise. Now, if AMD had shown the RX 480 running at 1.5 at 65C, then I think disappointment is warranted.
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