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I think you are shedding your green skin.biggrin.gif We'll forge you new underpants - the red variety. More durable in the long term and cozy. +1 ease of mind is a bonus, too.

Believe it or not, I actually had a dual HD 7870 setup before I got a GTX 780 (eventually 2), and before the 7870's, I had a 5870. I don't play favorites.

However, I don't understand how anyone can ignore Nvidia's shenanigans this generation. If I had to guess, Nvidia knows that their time is coming to an end, so they are marketing the crap out of themselves with this generation... which is nothing more than a shrunken, slightly tweaked version of Maxwell.

AMD has their hands in so many different markets at this point that all they need is ONE hit, and they will explode... and the RX 480 may be that hit. Lord knows they are playing their cards perfectly so far. The Internet is in a FRENZY over the RX 480!
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Believe it or not, I actually had a dual HD 7870 setup before I got a GTX 780 (eventually 2), and before the 7870's, I had a 5870. I don't play favorites.

However, I don't understand how anyone can ignore Nvidia's shenanigans this generation. If I had to guess, Nvidia knows that their time is coming to an end, so they are marketing the crap out of themselves with this generation... which is nothing more than a shrunken, slightly tweaked version of Maxwell.

AMD has their hands in so many different markets at this point that all they need is ONE hit, and they will explode... and the RX 480 may be that hit. Lord knows they are playing their cards perfectly so far. The Internet is in a FRENZY over the RX 480!

+1 This.

Personally I would buy a 1080 as I wanted the a significant jump, but I can't justified to spend AUD $1200 on a card that doesn't support Dx12 properly. I'd rather hunt for a good 6+8 Rx 480 and OC the hell out of it before jumping on a flagship which fully supports Dx12, no matter green or red rolleyes.gif
post #993 of 2870
Gibbo
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Hi there


Sorry to burst bubbles guys but I hold 980Ti in a very high regard. Maxwell was and is incredible.

Do some of you realise how powerful and truly fast 980Ti is? How overclockable they are?

980Ti absolutely batters a 980, then it overclocks like an absolute banshee on top of that, they rape a 980 and even beat Titan X in games.

Even the 1070 struggles against an overclocked 980Ti, its a very good card. If some of you were genuinely expecting AMD's mid-range part to compete with NVIDIA's flagship at half the price then your deluded.

Maybe just maybe in some chosen games a highly overclocked RX-480 might get close to a bone stock reference 980Ti, but never beat it and once a 980Ti is overclocked its bye bye as they overclock like demons.


If RX-480 performs around 980 with twice the VRAM, less power usage at a much lower price I think AMD have a great card on their hands.

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NDA, I am not going to post any results or release figures. So clouded is the best you will get.

But I was shocked some people seem to think this is a 980Ti or Titan X performing part, has no one looked at all the sites showing 390-390X performance and around 980 levels? They are all out there, I am just confused why all of a sudden some are touting it as a 980Ti performer.

Those thinking 980Ti levels need a reality check, the 980Ti is hugely powerful I'd be very surprised if an RX-480 could match a reference 980Ti, let alone an OC one as they overclock incredibly well.

Edited by FlyingSolo - 6/20/16 at 5:58pm
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Like Was known (VDZ conffirmed in a quote) that the RX 480 8GB is 230usd (MSRP)
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If you feed enough power to run Rx 480 at "hot and loud" mode of 290x, the card can reach 1600+ MHz and you will have a 40% increase over 290x
it should be quite heavily oced (this is supossed to be a 120-140w card)
Edited by PontiacGTX - 6/20/16 at 5:57pm
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Gibbo

this has been posted multiple times now. The standard rebuttal is
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this has been posted multiple times now. The standard rebuttal is

O my bad.
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Wonder how long the wait will be.

As multiple people have mentioned, October. It will be October, it must be October. Just believe dammit!
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In short: A fellow came into a 1080 thread before the launch, where some people had mentioned AMD. He said that he had information from a reliable informant stating that AMD was having difficulty stabilising clocks above 800MHz on Pol and that it was being pushed back to October. After this was proved to be false he defended himself with a defunct website wherein he had made some correct predictions.

It's actually 850MHz m'dear, so he was at least being 50MHz generous.
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So let’s get straight into the juicy bits. A few days ago we reported in an exclusive story that the AMD Radeon RX 480 can hit clock speeds upwards of 1.5Ghz and that AMD is launching a brand new overclocking tool with a new host of features among which is voltage control. Well only yesterday we were tipped about a specific source in Asia who we had a close eye on for the past week. The source will remain unnamed to protect their identity but suffice to say this individual has had an RX 480 for close to week and has been leaking pieces of info about the card ever since.

So far everything that this particular individual has leaked we’ve managed to corroborate and confirm with our sources. So we know that his leaks are genuine. Interestingly, this person streamed live gameplay of Overwatch running on an RX 480 yesterday. In the video, which has now been removed, it was revealed that the particular RX 480 sample that was being used had been overclocked to 1607Mhz.

http://wccftech.com/amd-rx-480-overclocked-1600mhz-cooler-detailed/

Based on that a 1607MHz clock would in theory provide a 7099 Fire Strike Extreme Score.
Edited by BiG StroOnZ - 6/20/16 at 8:11pm
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It sounds like that first leak has been validated, which would be an interesting twist
    
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Believe it or not, I actually had a dual HD 7870 setup before I got a GTX 780 (eventually 2), and before the 7870's, I had a 5870. I don't play favorites.

However, I don't understand how anyone can ignore Nvidia's shenanigans this generation. If I had to guess, Nvidia knows that their time is coming to an end, so they are marketing the crap out of themselves with this generation... which is nothing more than a shrunken, slightly tweaked version of Maxwell.

AMD has their hands in so many different markets at this point that all they need is ONE hit, and they will explode... and the RX 480 may be that hit. Lord knows they are playing their cards perfectly so far. The Internet is in a FRENZY over the RX 480!

I agree that Pascal is basically Maxwell on 16nm FF, and the power savings and high clocks are a result of the 1.5x node shrink, and so much to do with nVidia's miraculous engineering.

However, I disagree with the bold part. nVidia knows they're basically Apple of the GPU market now, and people will buy whatever crap is fed to them, so they're just doing what every business would do and milking every last drop out of that (blind) brand recognition. Hell they could've priced the 1080 $100 more and it would still sell out within minutes.
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this has been posted multiple times now. The standard rebuttal is

I support what he said in principle though, the speculation really has gotten out of hand, and expectations have been raised so high that the only outcome is sore disappointment then resentment towards AMD for "not delivering 980 Ti performance @ $200", which quite frankly if you used some common sense is indeed a ridiculous statement.
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