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Mirrors edge is filled with all kinds of issues that still need to be fixed.

There's no difference between 4GB and 8GB on it anymore since that was fixed.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JjTUtUF6gxg&feature=youtu.be&t=323
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@dmasteR Something is wrong, I cannot watch it.
Edited by mtcn77 - 7/26/16 at 10:31am
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@dmasteR Something is wrong, I cannot watch it.

Link works fine.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JjTUtUF6gxg go to 5:23

Mirrors Edge should never be ran in Hyper for benchmarking with all the issues the game has with the Hyper Settings.
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so asking a fair question and getting it answered means "losing" ?

sure buddy wink.gif if it makes you feel better

with the state of AMD these days I guess you guys really need any small "win" you can get rolleyes.gif


btw this mean 290X or 4GB 480 cant run Doom nightmare textures either ? rolleyes.gif

You need 6GB or more to enable it. But relax, the difference is none-existing, just like Rise of the Tomb Raider with best textures.
And do people remember the Shadows of Morder Texture Pack that required 6GB VRAM? Did not look any better either. Pretty much impossible to see a difference.

Sometimes I think it's AMD/Nvidia that forces/pays the dev's to put stuff like this in the games...

I would take a RX 480 4GB for 199$ dollars over 8GB for 249$, if I needed a cheap decent 1080p card.
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You need 6GB or more to enable it. But relax, the difference is none-existing, just like Rise of the Tomb Raider with best textures.
And do people remember the Shadows of Morder Texture Pack that required 6GB VRAM? Did not look any better either. Pretty much impossible to see a difference.

Sometimes I think it's AMD/Nvidia that forces/pays the dev's to put stuff like this in the games...

I would take a RX 480 4GB for 199$ dollars over 8GB for 249$, if I needed a cheap decent 1080p card.
You can replicate 8K shadow resolution with 2K conservative shaders, though there is no mention about the performance implications of such an alternative.
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Mirrors edge is filled with all kinds of issues that still need to be fixed.

There's no difference between 4GB and 8GB on it anymore since that was fixed.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JjTUtUF6gxg&feature=youtu.be&t=323
Not at 1080p but at 1440p it's still there.
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My bad. I think that is the 1080 that is about twice as fast as the 480.redface.gif

In any case, mkmitch might fall off his/her chair upon using the 1070 coming from the 6870.lol

Yeah hope so even hoping it kills the 770 in my main rig which will now become the not so main one tongue.gif
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I would take a RX 480 4GB for 199$ dollars over 8GB for 249$, if I needed a cheap decent 1080p card.

if that was the MSRP of the 8GB, I would have done the same thing, but IIRC, the MSRP of the 8GB was $229, it's the goddamn manufacturers jacking up the prices.

That said, I probably wouldn't have chosen this card at its current state anyway, very good deal at 200 bucks, but I dont want the high temp and power consumption

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thats the NEW price, i think will settle to like 249 in 3 or 4 weeks and after a couple driver updates it will be fighting with the 980 not the 970 thumb.gif

point 1 : ya I can get what you are saying, however, since even the vanilla RX 480s are still out of stock everywhere, expect new custom cards to have price drops are not realistic, don't you think? 3-4 weeks after stock stabilizes maybe, but when will that be really, even for the original 480?

point 2 :
I've heard the driver update stuff since day 1 of my disappointment, and let's be honest, that's really the last straw of hope for this card right now. The question is, how reliable is this expectation?

when it was discovered that performance was just a slight bit better than 970, and temperatures and power efficiency were awful, people (myself included) started looking towards custom cards, hoping that AIB would solve at least some of these problems.

Now that some custom cards are announced (still not realistically released), and the prices imo are far from fair.

$50 extra for custom for a $400 card = well, I guess....
$50 extra for custom for a $300 card = .....seriously?
but not even that, we are talking about a $50 raise for custom RX 480 that originally cost $230-240, that's outright ridiculous.
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I would take a RX 480 4GB for 199$ dollars over 8GB for 249$, if I needed a cheap decent 1080p card.

Ya, I'm hoping to grab a decent AIB 4gb 480 for around $200 down the road as I'm still on 1080p. Hope prices come down in a couple of weeks.
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Now that some custom cards are announced (still not realistically released), and the prices imo are far from fair.

$50 extra for custom for a $400 card = well, I guess....
$50 extra for custom for a $300 card = .....seriously?
but not even that, we are talking about a $50 raise for custom RX 480 that originally cost $230-240, that's outright ridiculous.

knowing how they use parts, e.g. reuse top-end parts and just slap it on another card.

e.g. using the GTX980 Lightning cooler which is ~$100 or so more expensive than reference.
then a GTX960 Lightning using the exact same cooler would also cost ~$100 or so more than reference.
obviously they'd have an identical increase in price, even if it ends up with the lower-end card becoming ridiculously more expensive.
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