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People here need to read the OP better.
AIBs said GTX 1080 is the most selling card at launch. Meaning they have sold more cards at launch, not that it has beaten GTX 970 millions of sales already

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Everyone we talked to, outside of Nvidia of course, has confirmed that Geforce GTX 1080 launch was the biggest volume high end card launch, that was ever deceived by Nvidia at launch date
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sorry man, but I didn't read the OP or any posts in the thread.

no need to apologize; text is horrible for expressing shock - shock that no one picked up the obvious (including myself).
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That's why owners club has 1000+ members already right ? oh wait ..

seems like a PR stunt to me.
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re reading the OP again:
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Everyone we talked to, outside of Nvidia of course, has confirmed that Geforce GTX 1080 launch was the biggest volume high end card launch, that was ever deceived by Nvidia at launch date
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verb (used with object), deceived, deceiving.
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to mislead by a false appearance or statement; delude:
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re reading the OP again:

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At this point I have to agree. But I'm pretty unhappy about nearly everything Nvidia is offering with Pascal.

If it was $400 for the 1080 and $300 for the 1070 it would be a different story. They too can stick their FE edition where the sun don't shine. What a sleazy offering that enables AIB to ask even more for their better solutions completely going against what Nvidia had on paper. It's like they new this would happen but put in a way that attempts to get them in better graces.

As soon as I find a solid solution to replace Shadowplay Nvidia, I'm out. But man it's just so dang good and works everywhere no matter what.
Any decent recording software can use GPU accelerations for compression. Dunno why you would limit yourself with Shadowplay. There is free ones, there is paid ones, ...
OBS has way many more features than Shadowplay, can output to multiple places, stream at once and so on, of course has that history function aka what nGreedia calls shadow, ...

Honestly the best way to record and process recordings is still a pass through card and it doesn't matter if you have AMD or NV GPU recording on the PC you play on will always negatively impact the performance.

Overall the 2nd best quality wise is Fraps, hands down, if Fraps can't record something without stutter then nothing but a passthrough card could.

AMD offers their own recording software that uses the HW acceleration but you don't have to use it, just like you don't have to use the NV recording app Shadowplay on NV GPU.
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People here need to read the OP better.
AIBs said GTX 1080 is the most selling card at launch. Meaning they have sold more cards at launch, not that it has beaten GTX 970 millions of sales already
We can see the deceit in there don't you worry.
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That's why owners club has 1000+ members already right ? oh wait ..
because OC.net owners club "membership" is in any way relevant to anything besides OC.net members e-peen ?


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People here need to read the OP better.
AIBs said GTX 1080 is the most selling card at launch. Meaning they have sold more cards at launch, not that it has beaten GTX 970 millions of sales already
well PC market / high end market / premium monitor market has grown a lot, so I can believe that

all those people with 1440p Gsync 144hz Asus and Acers (and mind you Gsync IPS monitor offers in this premium 27"+ 1440p 144hz gaming segment are far superior to and more numerous than Freesync offers) would love a 1080 or two in their rigs
Edited by ChevChelios - 6/26/16 at 12:31pm
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Any decent recording software can use GPU accelerations for compression. Dunno why you would limit yourself with Shadowplay. There is free ones, there is paid ones, ...
OBS has way many more features than Shadowplay, can output to multiple places, stream at once and so on, of course has that history function aka what nGreedia calls shadow, ...

Honestly the best way to record and process recordings is still a pass through card and it doesn't matter if you have AMD or NV GPU recording on the PC you play on will always negatively impact the performance.

Overall the 2nd best quality wise is Fraps, hands down, if Fraps can't record something without stutter then nothing but a passthrough card could.

AMD offers their own recording software that uses the HW acceleration but you don't have to use it, just like you don't have to use the NV recording app Shadowplay on NV GPU.

Shadowplay is so easy to use, works for everything, doesn't limit my fps (I'm using 144hz) I can run MSI afterburner without hooking issues. It just works, as if it's not even there. It literally impacts nothing.
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People here need to read the OP better.
AIBs said GTX 1080 is the most selling card at launch. Meaning they have sold more cards at launch, not that it has beaten GTX 970 millions of sales already

https://hardforum.com/threads/amd-radeon-rx-480-supplies-at-launch.1902972/#post-1042369214
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Originally Posted by Kyle Bennett 

I would suggest that NV had less than 10K 1080 out in NA on launch day, but close to that. It is very hard to get these numbers down. You have to take from a bunch of different sources and make an educated guess. But I have been doing this for a while, and it is not exactly rocket science.

For some context, refer to Anandtech's GTX 480 review:
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Originally Posted by Anandtech 

Once these cards do go on sale, NVIDIA is telling us that the actual launch supply is going to be in the tens-of-thousands of units. How many tens-of-thousands? We have no idea. For the sake of comparison AMD had around 30,000 units for the 5800 series launch, and those were snapped up in an instant. We don’t think NVIDIA’s cards will sell quite as quickly due to the pricing and the fact that there’s viable competition for this launch, but it’s possible to have tens-of-thousands of units and still sell out in a heartbeat. This is something we’ll be watching intently in a couple of weeks.

So yeah I think fudzilla is full of... fud.
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