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QFT.


10% more performance represented as double lol. redface.gif

and 4.4tflop is more than 5.5! Wow... look at them data!
post #222 of 735
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RX480 - current versions have terrible power delivery, still probably not the best drivers, still has to prove itself, currently bad overclocking performance

The power delivery, actually, is quite good if you look at the design. The only issue is the power draw from the PCIe slot.
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and 4.4tflop is more than 5.5! Wow... look at them data!

970 has 3.5TFlops and it performs almost identical. It's not all in numbers.
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Even if the 1060 is the same price and the same performance give or take a bit. I can still get into a FreeSync monitor for $150 less than a similar (same specs, same manufacturer) GSync monitor.
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The power delivery, actually, is quite good if you look at the design. The only issue is the power draw from the PCIe slot.

Yes but that is the current issue, and I'm looking from the current buyers perspective. Also, a single six pin connector won't provide enough power for overclocking. If the reference TDP is 150W and that's what it's drawing, can't see how we can squeeze more out of it without any power. I've got no info on power phases etc. But a custom PCB with a 8pin connector or 2x6pin would be great. Really no need for a single 6pin, most PSUs above 500W have them, and I doubt anyone running anything above integrated graphics has a PSU without at least an 8pin.
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Yes but that is the current issue, and I'm looking from the current buyers perspective. Also, a single six pin connector won't provide enough power for overclocking. If the reference TDP is 150W and that's what it's drawing, can't see how we can squeeze more out of it without any power. I've got no info on power phases etc. But a custom PCB with a 8pin connector or 2x6pin would be great. Really no need for a single 6pin, most PSUs above 500W have them, and I doubt anyone running anything above integrated graphics has a PSU without at least an 8pin.

6Pin would actually be fine, the problem is Polaris is much more power hungry than anticipated.

so in this case, its better off to have an 8Pin, 2x6Pin would be unappealing as some less powerful power supplies only have a single 2+6pin.
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LOL thumb.gif

Nvidia never going to live down the fanboy edition.

Nah Founders Edition would indeed be too pompous for a card in 1060's segment (but I'm sure uninformed gamers will still flock to it like flies on dung). So instead of having a Founders Edition, the 1060 3GB edition will be called the Casual Edition. Why Casual Edition? Because it's for all your casual gaming needs, perfect for the budget conscious yet demanding gamer. Pre-order yours today and reserve a copy on launch day!

As far as expected performance:

perfrel_1920.gifperfrel_1920_1080.png

960 is exactly half of a 980, and had around 55.6% of its performance. Since 1060 is exactly half of a 1080, assuming the same scaling factor, it would end up having 177 * 0.556 = 98.4% relative performance using RX 480 as the baseline.

Obviously nVidia claimed 15% faster performance, but it could be just as cherry picked as CF 480 > 1080 in AotS ie absolute best case scenario. So I think in reality it'll probably end up trading blows with 480 but with better perf/watt.
Edited by magnek - 7/1/16 at 11:11pm
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Nvidia got too much money to spew in development to always come on top.
AMD thought they were clever to go for low end and let Nvidia have high end alone.
BAM, here comes GTX 1060 out of the blue to challenge RX 480.
The card got like a week or two alone.

AMD need money badly to be able to survive, meaning being able to develop chips for all segments, low, midrange and high end, at the same time. One can also start to wonder why the HUGE efficiency lead of Pascal. Where does it come from? The architecture or 16nm?
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Currently, yes it is. You're not likely to be memory starved given NVidia's memory compression techniques. BUT, I do fear for future games. Though, mainstream cards are not particularly known for their longevity.

Highest quality textures have generally been targeting 4 GB for at least a year now.
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2GB~3GB would be fine for budget <$150 cards, but 4GB should be the norm for the latest mainstream cards.
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