Originally Posted by ekg84
I think most of reasonable people aren't disappointed with RX 480's performance.
Nvidia just released a product that performs 30-43% better than the R9 390X and 40-53% better than the R9 390 for $379. The release MSRP of the R9 390X was $429 and the R9 390 was $329. If AMD didn't have a product ready to launch to replace the R9 390 and 390X, a reasonable
individual would expect a price break from AMD. Most reasonable
people would have expected the new price of the R9 390 and 390X to fall in around $199 for the R9 390 and $249 for the R9 390X. Instead, we find a new product positioned at $239 that ends up providing less or similar performance as the R9 390. Who should find such a product reasonabl
y priced for the performance it delivers?
Originally Posted by Echoa
As I recall the 970 is rated at 145w but pulls closer to 170w but apparently that's forgivable while the 480 isn't?
The only thing unforgivable
is your continued use of strawman arguments Edited by Slomo4shO - 7/4/16 at 4:59pm