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Originally Posted by iLeakStuff View Post

Thats the whole point.
There is nothing "revolutionary" about RX 480. Atleast not performance wise.

Id agree with the revolution marketing if it was faster than 390X

The only cards faster than a 390x/980 are... gasp... a 980ti / 1070 and up. What did you expect, it to perform at that level? There is nothing revolutionary about any current cards, 1070 and 1080 included.
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So instead of the 970 vs 480 battle im really curious about average OC results and why are all the cards we've seen have tge stock cooler. Since when have we seen only stock cooler cards being released. Are any of tgese cards even different or only the boxes?
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post #313 of 712
Everything is pointing to what was realistically expected. It'll be interesting to see when and where the 1060 falls and if it has the same FE bs as the 1070 and 1080. Also very curious to any incentive bundles as they always change the value equation.
post #314 of 712
LOLing at the people now trying to downplay the card because it didn't perform to their very optimistic/unrealistic expectations.
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Yup. Nvidia knows AMD new cards wont come near so they charge whatever people are willing t pay for the fastest cards.
AMD know their cards doesnt perform even remotely close to GTX 1070 so they have to charge max $250

AMD should have gone for Vega out first to get sales in the high end section and to keep up as the fastest alternatives instead of dropping out of the high end segment like they did with CPUs.

There is absolutely nothing interesting about a GTX 970 tier card. Nothing. We had that for several years now

Firstly, the RX 480 wasn't designed to compete with the 1070. The 1070 uses the GP104 GPU and the RX 480 is a much smaller design at somewhere around 230mm^2.

Also, how is RX 480 not interesting? How is it not an exciting product? Yes, we had the 970 for two years now but it costs $330 which is expensive for a lot of people and the undisclosed VRAM partitioning issue made it a lot less popular. The RX 480 is at least as fast as a 970 (keep in mind there hasn't been any release drivers and it takes a long time for AMD to improve performance of their cards judging from GCN) while consuming less energy and coming with a larger effective VRAM pool. Pay $30 more and you already have double the VRAM while still costing $100 less than the 970. The RX 480 is going to come with newer coolers as well.
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So instead of the 970 vs 480 battle im really curious about average OC results and why are all the cards we've seen have tge stock cooler. Since when have we seen only stock cooler cards being released. Are any of tgese cards even different or only the boxes?

I'm not seeing any non-reference yet. Reference models look identical. http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&IsNodeId=1&N=100007709%20601203818&Tpk=RX%20480&ignorear=1
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If those rumors are true I can't wait to see what some AIB cards can do.
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from the few people that have their cards, ref coolers dont OC well, and are bios locked to 150w.

You are probobly gonna have to wait for AIBs if you want any OC headroom.
That's the source I'm quoting btw.
post #317 of 712
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Because the 970 was a $330 card back in September 2014.

It's almost July 2016.

970 is a 28nm part.

480 is a 14nm part.

If the 480 performs somewhere between a 980 and 980 Ti, it might be worth it to go from a 970 to a 480.

But like I said, if the 970 and 480 perform about the same, and the 480 sells well; then devs will target that performance level for a good while longer...

It just means my 970 will last that much longer.

Not with 3.5gb of ram it wont.
 
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post #318 of 712
iLeakStuff you gotta let it go, man

be more like me redface.gif

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Not with 3.5gb of ram it wont.
those 0.5 make no difference to 970 performance

none at all
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That's the source I'm quoting btw.

nm, geez this thread moves fast...
Edited by The Mac - 6/28/16 at 8:40am
post #320 of 712
I don't understand why some people are disappointed. Top tier cards are way too expensive for normal people. These cards from AMD 480/470/460 are like a godsend for people like me who don't want to spend more than $150-200 on a GPU. If you can purchase Titan X then good for you but the plain fact is top tier cards from Nvidia and AMD are way too expensive. The fact that AMD has made available such performance at this price point is commendable in itself. Nvidia wouldn't have even dreamt of it. E.g. Gtx 960 is overpriced for what it is.

For people bashing this card's performance, you obviously have something more powerful than this card, so be happy that it will raise the lower bar of graphics quality and improve future games for your 1080ti/ Vega.
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