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For those wondering, the reference card is exactly 245 mm long, or 9.65 inches.

What is the length of just the pcb?
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What is the length of just the pcb?

7" vs 6" on the nano, should be some nice itx cards available from AIBs hopefully.
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I don't see the comparison as unfair in and of itself. We compare the 1080 to the 980 Ti for the same reason we should compare the 480 to the 390. But, rebrand or no, the 290/390/x remained competitive for its spot in the product stack so regardless of how people want to perceive it those cards exist. They fill a spot in the stack. They will be replaced in turn, likely by a Vega part, with the ultimate Vega part being used for another special-snowflake card.

I see what you're saying, I just don't think it's the most logical way to evaluate AMD's approach.

OK. Makes sense comparing the 1080 to the 980 and the 480 to the 380/X, both of which obliterate the previous gen's cards.
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Argh



Analyze the weird 3DMark results instead of hurling insults around. Let me start: the FSE score of is pretty much half of what it's supposed to be.

Well you gents have fun, it's late so I'm truly out.

Uh, that doesnt look fake to you. Certainly does to me. Fse, cloud gate, and ice storm listed for the 970 and 380, yet the 480 has three different bars for fse??? Lol...
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Uh, that doesnt look fake to you. Certainly does to me. Fse, cloud gate, and ice storm listed for the 970 and 380, yet the 480 has three different bars for fse??? Lol...
Yeah also why would they test the 480 against two OC cards?
Most decent reviewers already have most vanilla cards for both manufacturers so it could be they got the 480 from a retailer(maybe they have connections) and tested it against GPUs they personally have.
Also maybe they used the CD driver which is from May if I remember correctly.
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I know that the 480 is the polaris flagship card but what about the 470? Any news on the launch date, potential performance and lifted NDA?
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I know that the 480 is the polaris flagship card but what about the 470? Any news on the launch date, potential performance and lifted NDA?

Think it's in 2 weeks? Don't hold me to that.
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If people do not remember back in the day. HD 4850 vs 9800 GTX seems a bit similar to RX 480 vs GTX980 biggrin.gif
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What is the length of just the pcb?

180 mm, or 7.09"
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Stalked OCN for years (since vanilla Haswell came out, to learn some overclocking) and finally figured I'd make an account biggrin.gif. I thought it would be spotted pretty quick, but does anybody notice how the R9 380X beats the 1070 by a good 9% in Metro "Srednie Detale" (Average detail), effectively ties it in World of tanks, but gets destroyed elsewhere (as it should), including in "3DMark Ice storm (lol)."

Coupled with the terrible 3D Mark typos, that makes the whole "review" very poor imo. I'm not saying they're outright lying, but if a 380X, under any OC, (with fewer shaders and a much lower clock rate than the 480), can beat an overclocked 970, something about the entire benchmark seems fishy/invalid to me.
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