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Agreed. My thoughts exactly. For a little extra you can just get a 1070, making the value of this card go down (assuming you need to spend $300 to match a stock 1070). At $200, it seems to good to be true, but at $300, it seems priced where it should be in comparison to Nvidia's more expensive and higher priced offerings... making it less of a big deal.

A little extra? A 1070 here costs around 499-550

Actually i was wrong. A 1070 costs around 524 for FE and up to 650 for a custom card.
Edited by sugarhell - 6/17/16 at 4:42pm
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Agreed. My thoughts exactly. For a little extra you can just get a 1070, making the value of this card go down (assuming you need to spend $300 to match a stock 1070). At $200, it seems to good to be true, but at $300, it seems priced where it should be in comparison to Nvidia's more expensive and higher priced offerings... making it less of a big deal.

GTX 1070 FE is $449, the $380 version is non existent yet

Of course...if you can find them at these prices at all tongue.gif
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A little extra? A 1070 here costs around 499-550
Well, here ranges from person to person, obviously. Here, as in Canada, it'll be around 100-130 USD more if this card (8+6 pin 8GB AIB RX 480) is priced at $300 USD.

I'll take that for the performance gains.
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Well, here ranges from person to person, obviously. Here, as in Canada, it'll be around 100-130 USD more if this card (8+6 pin 8GB AIB RX 480) is priced at $300 USD.

I'll take that for the performance gains.

But the 450 $ 1070 FE shouldnt be 100-150 usd more too?
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Well, here ranges from person to person, obviously. Here, as in Canada, it'll be around 100-130 USD more if this card (8+6 pin 8GB AIB RX 480) is priced at $300 USD.

I'll take that for the performance gains.

Consider, that a good custom GTX 1070, no matter what Nvidia says, will be above the suggested $380 price. Even might be above (let's just say it) Fanboys Edition $450... tongue.gif
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This would mean that the RX 470 is pretty cut down. 1536 or 1792 SP...
~12% OC resulting in only 12% performance gains? Preposterous! rolleyes.gif
it can be a 2048SP with low clocks just a cut down 480 if there isnt any X model for each card or maybe skipping X model and it is 1792
Edited by PontiacGTX - 6/17/16 at 4:51pm
post #347 of 2870
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Agreed. My thoughts exactly. For a little extra you can just get a 1070, making the value of this card go down (assuming you need to spend $300 to match a stock 1070). At $200, it seems to good to be true, but at $300, it seems priced where it should be in comparison to Nvidia's more expensive and higher priced offerings... making it less of a big deal.

I'm glad you said that. Makes me feel less crazy. I've read through this whole thread and there's a lot to be excited about at $200. But there's too much variation in price for me to not scratch my head in confusion.

Then there's a super high-end 1500 mhz model for $300? That's strange at 50% more in price. I get that a reference 980 ti was at $600?? Then the Kingpin 980ti was $900+ but that is a very unique copper cooler and the name has clearly earned its price premium cause they sell. It's a rare low number availability card. It's not for me and I think that's an unreasonable asking price, but that's besides the point.
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The cheapest 1070 i can find is the KFA2 GeForce GTX 1070 "Reference Blower" which is £364.99 in UK. And MSI GeForce GTX 1070 GAMING X £429.99 and some cards go over that. So hopefully i can get a 480 8GB MSI or Gigabyte for £250 to £280.
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But the 450 $ 1070 FE shouldnt be 100-150 usd more too?
Eh? I really don't know what you mean by that. The Gigabyte G1 version of the 1070 is $430 USD in Canada right now. If this miracle 480 releases at $300 USD, I'll take the 1070 instead because after an OC of 1500Mhz, it'll still be slower.

If they priced the 1500+MHz capable RX 480 at $250 USD, I'd be more impressed. Of course I'll wait for benchmarks because even if the 1070 is 20%+ faster on paper OC vs OC, AMDs DX11/12 improvements can probably make up for the difference, at least over time with driver improvements.

All I'm saying is, if this was a $200 card, it'd be a bargain. But it most likely won't be and the supposed $300 makes it less impressive.
Edited by Eorzean - 6/17/16 at 4:56pm
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Eh? I really don't know what you mean by that. The Gigabyte G1 version of the 1070 is $430 USD in Canada right now. If this miracle 480 releases at $300 USD, I'll take the 1070 instead because after an OC, it'll be 15+% better, assuming this one actually clocks to 1500 MHz, otherwise it'll be even faster.

If they priced the 1500+MHz capable RX 480 at $250 USD, I'd be more impressed. Of course I'll wait for benchmarks because even if the 1070 is 20%+ faster on paper, AMDs DX11/12 improvements can probably make up for the difference, at least over time with driver improvements.

All I'm saying is, if this was a $200 card, it'd be a bargain. But it most likely won't be.

You told me that if the beast 480x cost 300 usd then it should be 100 more in canada right?

That doesnt apply to 1070 too?

The 1070 g1 is 569 cad atm. So it's still way more expensive.
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