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^Wow.
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Stop trying to avoid the subject. Showing a problem with a random GTX 960 doesn't change anything. AMD's previous cards didn't have this problem.
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Still haven't finished reading this thread but damn, some people really need to shill out and take a breather. It's not such a bad launch.

Someone mentioned that the card gains 10% performance for a 4% core clock and 10% memory, indicating it's bandwidth starved. Can somebody test just oc-ing the memory and how that translates to gains? We can extrapolate possible HBM performance thus.
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These people do the same thing every time anybody finds a flaw with Nvidia cards and yet they talk like as if they don't do it. lol
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Originally Posted by Randomdude View Post

Still haven't finished reading this thread but damn, some people really need to shill out and take a breather. It's not such a bad launch.

Someone mentioned that the card gains 10% performance for a 4% core clock and 10% memory, indicating it's bandwidth starved. Can somebody test just oc-ing the memory and how that translates to gains? We can extrapolate possible HBM performance thus.
Sorry bud, we're already all shilling as hard as we can.
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Stop trying to avoid the subject. Showing a problem with a random GTX 960 doesn't change anything. AMD's previous cards didn't have this problem.
neither did nvidia whats your point?
when 960 shows the same thing no one bats an eye
when amd is showing it
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post #1417 of 3674
Either way, my guts did not lie to me.

This is another Tonga. Failure from technical point of view, still a good value card in the nutshell.
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Originally Posted by airfathaaaaa View Post

so since you like numbers so much

please do this

380/x vs 480
960 vs 480
970 vs 480
980 vs 480
please include both dx11 and dx12
and get more samples not only 2-3 cherry picked reviews
lets see how the 480 is doing since its replacing the last mid tier amd card
Hitman and AotS will not be included unless they're balanced by a Project Cars or a Rise of the Tomb Raider. Whether you'd like to believe it or not, those latter games are built for GCN, even DX11 performance shows this in Hitman.

I'm not cherry picking anything, I'm posting all the reviews with overclocking comparisons. They're in short supply. Out of the two I've seen (PCGH and GamersNexus) it's a wash between an OC'ed RX 480 and an aftermarket 970. One of those cards still has headroom left over.

It's way late here. If you can find some reviews that present an opposite opinion, I want to see them. But I'm not going to go track down any more when I've already posted plenty.
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Originally Posted by Derp View Post

Stop trying to avoid the subject. Showing a problem with a random GTX 960 doesn't change anything. AMD's previous cards didn't have this problem.

And neither did nVidia's cards.

Now until we make a big fuss about how that Asus 960 Strix (which btw isn't a "random" 960 card) will also cause motherboards to catch on fire, I don't want to hear anybody complaining about the 480 making the mobo catch on fire. yessir.gif
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Originally Posted by Pyrotagonist View Post

Out of the two I've seen (PCGH and GamersNexus) it's a wash between an OC'ed RX 480 and an aftermarket 970. One of those cards still has headroom left over.

You have proof the other card doesn't or?
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