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I've only been trying to say this all morning......

Look at marketshare 80% Nvidia, look at OCN members.............probably the same percentage.

Most would've never bought one of these cards anyway, yet they are obligated to troll the threads pending release.

This release reminds me of the 290X, hot, power hungry cards with ok performance.

Can't wait to get my AIB version it's going to be a great card for many years.
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Originally Posted by airfathaaaaa View Post

since chev wasnt able to answer perhaps you will
https://www.computerbase.de/2016-06/radeon-rx-480-test/13/#diagramm-call-of-duty-black-ops-iii-2560-1440_2
explain this on neutral games

You dont seem to understand how average work.
You are showing me one game where CF does better than 1080.
TechPowerUp tested almost 20 games and thats how you find the true performance and average. And the reality from testing AMD tuned games, Nvidia tuned games, Good CF scaling, bad CF scaling etc. It all sums up to 1070 performance.

Which is extremely bad result considering the hype AMD tried to pull off
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Every single card gets better after launch with matured drivers, it does not change the fact that this is a lackluster launch. You dont have to be a big bad nvidia fanboy to see that this card is not all that.
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Originally Posted by sugalumps View Post

Every single card gets better after launch with matured drivers, it does not change the fact that this is a lackluster launch. You dont have to be a big bad nvidia fanboy to see that this card is not all that.

Not disagreeing this fact. Thats why after a few comments earlier I have just been sitting back and eating popcorn.......
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You dont seem to understand how average work.
You are showing me one game where CF does better than 1080.
TechPowerUp tested almost 20 games and thats how you find the true performance and average. And the reality from testing AMD tuned games, Nvidia tuned games, Good CF scaling, bad CF scaling etc. It all sums up to 1070 performance.

Which is extremely bad result considering the hype AMD tried to pull off
actually its 3 neutral and 2 gameworks infested..
but go ahead "its one"

also lol at bringing techpowerup..
a site that uses games dated back as 2013 doesnt deserve to be relevant
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Well i kinda miss alatar and the old guys here on ocn. This is not a conversation just fanboys are fighting each other with zero logic. And the lack of the mods in general..

I am out have fun guys

Because of all of the fanboys and lack of modding, I'd say most of us just don't comment much anymore. This thread is a perfect example of how bad OCN has gotten in recent years.
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Originally Posted by zealord View Post

ugh the card is roughly as fast as a GTX 970. The GTX 970 was like 250€ in europe with a free game like The Division or DOOM for the last 3-4 months.

I really hoped this card was as fast as a stock GTX 980, but it isn't.

I didn't expect 980 Ti levels of performance, but slower than my 290X come on AMD.

250 euro? hahahahahaha. More like 370 euro most of the time. couple months back it was still 360.
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Every single card gets better after launch with matured drivers, it does not change the fact that this is a lackluster launch. You dont have to be a big bad nvidia fanboy to see that this card is not all that.

It doesnt deliver much vs 970 in value.
It doesnt deliver in performance against the 2.5 year old GTX 970 card.
It doesnt deliver in value against GTX 1070 with crossfire.

Decent card for someone stuck with a GT 540 card or R7 360 or something. But for the rest its a huge meh card
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Looks like I'll be holding onto my 290X for a while, AMD isn't getting my money yet. Glad to finally see some real numbers (not handpicked from AMD). For the games I play it looks like I'd see no benefit, maybe even lose a couple frames with these new cards. Perhaps that will change with new drivers?

For a minute there I thought AMD was going to do something progressive & competitive. All they managed to do was push down the prices on old tech by $50. Sure it's more energy efficient but that's not enough to prompt me to buy a brand new card.

Thanks Nvidia for releasing incredibly overpriced cards out of my reach as my only upgrade path, and thanks AMD for making my current product of yours feel inferior without an alternative.
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Originally Posted by prznar1 View Post

Not wierd. Retailers are greedy and we have here so called tax from new things. Pretty much like everywhere. + dolar to złoty ratio. 970 were bought in time when dollar was cheaper (thx brits for your brexit...)
You realize GB was a net contributor while Poland is a leecher. We litteraly pay for your roads the EU technocrats may be good to you but they are not to us. The lack of a tariff free deal is the EUs fault too BTW. Brexit hasn't even started BTW.

We have to overpay for our products simply because people are so incompetent in Brussels. If we were allowed to make deals ourselves all would be well.

Cheapest I'm seeing them for is 219 euros
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