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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.

so games that make really use of dx12 wont be included ? rightt off to a good start i see biggrin.gif
whether you like or not most of the dx12 are gcn based since they are ports.. only rotr managed to fail even their devs said so..
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You have proof the other card doesn't or?
The reference card doesn't. Do you have any proof that it does?That's the real question.
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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.
I'm still set on getting one, once AIB boards show up. I'm just a bit disappointed it's trading blows with 970 and not 980, and that it doesn't have slightly better power efficiency. I don't care about power consumption, but I do care about heat and by proxy noise.
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so games that make really use of dx12 wont be included ? rightt off to a good start i see biggrin.gif
whether you like or not most of the dx12 are gcn based since they are ports.. only rotr managed to fail even their devs said so..
Didn't say that. I'll be happy to include UWP games if anyone's tested them.

AotS and Hitman in no way represent average games. It may represent the average DX12 game, but we don't know. And if those two are part of the equation, I'll have to include RotR as well.

AotS is in no way a port. It's a very impressive awesome game from a technical standpoint, but it is skewed one way in performance and is sponsored by AMD.
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lol beaten to it;)

nice try to downplay the issue, but what you show is just an issue with one Asus model, not nvidia design issue. here is same gtx 960 just from gainward and no excessive power spikes



with RX480 it's a REFERENCE AMD design, so their entire design is messed up.

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The reference card doesn't. Do you have any proof that it does?That's the real question.

The link I showed you the 1350mhz 480 was beating a 1380mhz 970, add in another 150mhz on top of that with crap scaling and where does the 970 land? Around the 480 at 1350mhz.

There's already screenshots of a watercooled 480 at 1500mhz, and rumours from a reliable source in Kyle from HardOCP, with AIB's reporting 1480-1600mhz on the architecture, just like the many rumours prior to launch.

Figure it out champ.
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The link I showed you the 480 was beating a 1380mhz 970, add in another 150mhz on top of that with crap scaling and where does the 970 land? Around the 480 at 1350mhz.

There's already screenshots of a watercooled 480 at 1500mhz, and rumours from a reliable source in Kyle from HardOCP, with AIB's reporting 1480-1600mhz on the architecture, just like the many rumours prior to launch.

Figure it out champ.

Didn't everyone write off Kyle as a liar after his claims about P10 and P10 supplies smile.gif? Also, Kyle did mention that it's a question of silicon lottery, rather than something "on the architecture".
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nice try to downplay the issue, but what you show is just an issue with one Asus model, not nvidia design issue. here is same gtx 960 just from gainward and no excessive power spikes



with RX480 it's a REFERENCE AMD design, so their entire design is messed up.

I'm sure it's nothing a new BIOS can't solve. It might be a bit embarrassing, but not much more.
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The reference card doesn't. Do you have any proof that it does?That's the real question.
very few actually had a refrence card and not the usual ones not even toms had one...they "emulate" it and since pretty much all the rest cards passed the limit its safe to say the refrence will too
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The link I showed you the 480 was beating a 1380mhz 970, add in another 150mhz on top of that with crap scaling and where does the 970 land? Around the 480 at 1350mhz.

There's already screenshots of a watercooled 480 at 1500mhz, and rumours from a reliable source in Kyle from HardOCP, with AIB's reporting 1480-1600mhz on the architecture, just like the many rumours prior to launch.

Figure it out champ.
The link you showed me demonstrated a 480 losing the half the time.

You're still arguing based on things that don't exist. Do you have any others? Do you have proof that this card destroys the 970? It doesn't. Maybe it wins by a decent margin when aftermarket versions arrive, but it is by no means a revolutionary leap from what NV was doing in Maxwell, and it in no way met anyone's expectations except Team Green trolls.

Aren't you at all angry that everything they claimed came true did?
Edited by Pyrotagonist - 6/30/16 at 1:27am
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