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Originally Posted by Pyrotagonist View Post

The 970 has the performance and the efficiency right now, and in every game released up until this point.

Really?

http://www.pcgameshardware.de/AMD-Radeon-Grafikkarte-255597/Specials/RX-480-Test-1199839/2/

Check out OC benchmarks bottom of page.

480@1350 vs 970@1380.

Both have room for higher core speeds.
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Originally Posted by Waitng4realGPU View Post

lol uh oh another argument crushed.
Alright fine, that was stupid.

But I'm curious as to what other arguments have been crushed?

All I've gotten is 'wait for games where the 480 wins' so far. What I haven't seen is verifiable results that an OC'ed 480 wins or rivals an OC'ed 970 on average, the RX 480 is unaffected by DX11 overhead present in older AMD cards, that it can compete with the efficiency of an OC'ed 970.

Where is all this?
post #1373 of 3674
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Originally Posted by GorillaSceptre View Post

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So lets put a heavily overclocked aftermarket 970 against the others in BF3 and call it a win.. rolleyes.gif

That 970 is beating a 980 too if you didn't notice.. They're all easily over 100 fps anyway so I'm not sure what you're trying to say.. The 970 is going to get demolished in newer titles, DX12 ones in particular.

Keep recommending a 970, i just feel sorry for whoever believes you.

There is actually a frame performance breakaway point for any benchmark, just as soon as a card steps past a threshold of the benchmark workload it's not uncommon for the card to over excel in a benchmark especially if it's got high base clocks. If you under clock a 1070 to the stock clocks of it's same cuda the benchmarks the card should perform worse than it's counter part with equal cudas. 1080 and 1070 are just clocked high enough to just step over the threshold. You can notice this when you look at 1080p vs 4K this is because the threshold is much larger at 4K, while under the load of 4K for Nvidia it loose more FPS proportionally than AMD.
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Alright fine, that was stupid.

But I'm curious as to what other arguments have been crushed?

All I've gotten is 'wait for games where the 480 wins' so far. What I haven't seen is verifiable results that an OC'ed 480 wins or rivals an OC'ed 970 on average, the RX 480 is unaffected by DX11 overhead present in older AMD cards, that it can compete with the efficiency of an OC'ed 970.

Where is all this?

linked above

970 beaten in 4 out of 5 titles?

Oh and I meant other arguments within this thread, not from you.
Edited by Waitng4realGPU - 6/30/16 at 12:49am
post #1375 of 3674
It's literally day one for the 480 with no AIB cards even announced yet and you act as though OCs are already set in stone vs a card that as had AIB OC versions out for nearly two years. Back to the point, the 970 is dead and irrelevant. Once the last cards are gone, that's it. The 480 is the only option at $200-$240 and everybody knows it. You want something faster you're going to have to dig a lot deeper in your wallet...
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Originally Posted by Waitng4realGPU View Post

Really?

http://www.pcgameshardware.de/AMD-Radeon-Grafikkarte-255597/Specials/RX-480-Test-1199839/2/

Check out OC benchmarks bottom of page.

480@1350 vs 970@1380.

Both have room for higher core speeds.
I see that it wins 3/6 tests.

If the RX 480 has more headroom, it's yet to be shown as far as I can tell, and I don't know what kind of power it draws at that level either.
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Originally Posted by Pyrotagonist View Post

I see that it wins 3/6 tests.

If the RX 480 has more headroom, it's yet to be shown as far as I can tell, and I don't know what kind of power it draws at that level either.

That's why I said scroll down to OC results, there are 5 games not 6..................

When you're not winning benchmarks refer to power draw gotcha.

Winning 4 out of 5................
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I would stop anyone who even thinks about getting 970 over Rx480, seriously lol.
No, you're right. Buying anything 28nm new would be plain stupid at this point. It just baffles me how AMD keeps stepping on the same rake - can't the put a decent stock heatsink on their cards for once?
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you do realise that not a single company can dictate vat shipping prices and whatever else right? if on nz you see a 500 tag its not amd problem they CANT lower the price because a country is going full retard
same goes for my country almost every retailer has it on 350 (cartel) yet no one bats an eye..
and yet overclockers already reported that more than 1000+ cards already are sold through them
I see I'm still not getting my point across.
AMD cards are overpriced in Europe, relative to Nvidia cards. AMD might not be able to do anything about it, but it doesn't even enter the mind of an average buyer.
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Alright fine, that was stupid.

But I'm curious as to what other arguments have been crushed?

All I've gotten is 'wait for games where the 480 wins' so far. What I haven't seen is verifiable results that an OC'ed 480 wins or rivals an OC'ed 970 on average, the RX 480 is unaffected by DX11 overhead present in older AMD cards, that it can compete with the efficiency of an OC'ed 970.

Where is all this?
all we got is exactly what amd said
slightly above 970 and less of 980
which suprise suprise its there in literally 90% of the reviews

now if we put dx12 on the radar only the argument that 480 crushes 980 is just simply true..
BUT no one speaks about dx12 because it doesnt fit their view to shill on the card
OR no one will mention those results
https://www.computerbase.de/2016-06/radeon-rx-480-test/13/#diagramm-call-of-duty-black-ops-iii-2560-1440_2
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Sorry guys but that slide is still a lie.

Rx470 would need to be twice more efficient than rx480 turned out to be to actually fit that slide.

Does anyone of you really bevieve that would be the case?

Also, this GPU-Z is fishy, it does not identify GPU or revision.
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GPU-Z from 480/H100 guy


Yeah, exactly why does not he not use 0.8.9? Even if that's decent enough of validation, question stands.
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