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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.
Nope, sorry. My wording was probably just a little confusing. I meant if it (RX 480) was $300, then the 1070 would only be $100-130 more in comparison. Making the value of the RX 480 drop, at least to me, and yada yada.
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Good read on the article. Also, RX 480 availability is June 29th, at least here in the US. Dunno if that includes the 8GB models or the "beast mode" model that everyone keeps alluding to. We shall see.
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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.

Oh, hey neighbor! How's in Greece? smile.gif
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Nope, sorry. My wording was probably just a little confusing. I meant if it (RX 480) was $300, then the 1070 would only be $100-130 more in comparison. Making the value of the RX 480 drop, at least to me, and yada yada.

It is yet to be seen what the $300 version is.. As, of now the only official price is $199 for the 4GB version (probably reference cooler).
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Oh, hey neighbor! How's in Greece? smile.gif
It is yet to be seen what the $300 version is.. As, of now the only official price is $199 for the 4GB version (probably reference cooler).

I would say fine but we had over 41C today. wheee.gif
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I would say fine but we had over 41C today. wheee.gif

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Well, you're further down South I can imagine. I'll visit some friends soon, so I'll experience it myself biggrin.gif
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If a reference card does 1400mhz for $230 and custom card does 1500mhz for $70 more, I would be more likely to go reference board. If custom design did 1600+ I would maybe consider it as I would assume at >14% higher clocks there could be a noticeable difference.
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It is yet to be seen what the $300 version is.. As, of now the only official price is $199 for the 4GB version (probably reference cooler).
Which is exactly why I haven't made a decision yet... But assuming reference 8GB models will be near the $250 mark, $300 doesn't seem that far off after MSI or whoever throws an extra 6 pin on it and a cooler. But who knows, maybe we'll see 8GB AIBs with all the jazz and OC headroom for $250. Time will obviously tell but I'll remain skeptical.
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If a reference card does 1400mhz for $230 and custom card does 1500mhz for $70 more, I would be more likely to go reference board. If custom design did 1600+ I would maybe consider it as I would assume at >14% higher clocks there could be a noticeable difference.

Usually blower type coolers are more...noisy but we are yet to see what temperatures RX 480 holds for each clocks. You should wait for some reviews first.
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Good read on the article. Also, RX 480 availability is June 29th, at least here in the US. Dunno if that includes the 8GB models or the "beast mode" model that everyone keeps alluding to. We shall see.

Thanks. I'll be waiting for them 8GB AIB cards that have 6 + 8 pin. Hopefully it comes out on the 29th. Just wandering when these cards will be up for pre-orders. Just don't want them all to be sold out before i can get one.
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