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post #101 of 1449
Well there better be custom $250 cards of which the possibility is low.3gb model probably will be $200-220?
Faster than RX480 for almost same price means RIP AMD.
    
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post #102 of 1449
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The successor to the 380 should perform equal to or better than the R9 290X/390X. At least that is how it used to be prior to the launch of the RX 480.

Historically it has been the following:
New big chip = 40-70% more performance over previous generation big chip
New mid chip = 5-15% more performance over previous generation big chip.
New small chip = 5-15% more performance over previous generation mid chip.

The RX 480 broke that mold. It is the first card ever to provide inferior performance compared to previous generation larger chip.

I'll take your word for it, but that doesn't sound right at all, particularly on Nvidias side.

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So you're saying it's possible that it might cost $200, that's really a great deal seeing that nvidia claims that it's 15% faster than the 480. Only drawback is the vram and no sli support.

No, if there are 3GB cards then they will be the $249 ones. The 6GB FE costs $299.
post #103 of 1449
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In light of this, it really emphasis how large of a money grab the "founders edition" really is. If I remember correctly, the whole reasoning for the higher msrp was the premium materials used for the cooler. The founders 1060 is more expensive than the partners cards are going to be, yet the quality of the materials in the founders card are now mostly plastic.

Right? Nvidia's "premium price for premium construction" is a money grubbing bunch of bull.
post #104 of 1449
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But-but its like 90% faster than the 960! rolleyes.gif

I also hate these antics from NVIDIA. They are basically stealing from the cookie jar and people don't call them out over it. Why does the 1080 FE cost $200 more than the 980? Why does the 1070 non FE cost $50 over the 970? Why does the Founder's edition even exist? It's just the GPU on the barely capable PCB with barely capable power delivery all under a barely capable cooler. Why are we paying more for something that sucks?

I'll tell you why. We live in a world of "instant"; Instant messaging, anything on demand, Pay per view, High speed internet. FAST FAST RESULTS, 15 MINUTES A DAY WILL GET YOU RIPPED. Online shopping. Online groceries. Online taxes. Online just about anything.

We've been conditioned to get results with minimal effort, minimal waiting. And Nvidia is capitalizing on this phenomenon.
post #105 of 1449
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Originally Posted by Slomo4shO View Post

The successor to the 380 should perform equal to or better than the R9 290X/390X. At least that is how it used to be prior to the launch of the RX 480.

Historically it has been the following:
New big chip = 40-70% more performance over previous generation big chip
New mid chip = 5-15% more performance over previous generation big chip.
New small chip = 5-15% more performance over previous generation mid chip.

The RX 480 broke that mold. It is the first card ever to provide inferior performance compared to previous generation larger chip.
I didn't start off condemning the RX 480. It was only until more details were available that I voiced concerns over AMDs inability to compete.

Lies.

I would like to reference the 8600 GTS and HD 2600 XT. Neither outperformed the older high end parts. They were better solely due to DX10 support.

Performance uplift historically is ~40% at the same product tier.
Edited by KarathKasun - 7/7/16 at 8:16am
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post #106 of 1449
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1080/1070/480 all launched to zero competition, 1060 launches after AIB 480's.

Changes nothing, it's not a stab at amd you dont have to turn everything into amd vs nvidia(you seem to do that rather often). This is a statement on gpu launches in general.
post #107 of 1449
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I'll take your word for it, but that doesn't sound right at all, particularly on Nvidias side.

Don't take his word for it, the GTX 960 was slower than the GTX 770 in most games upon release. For such a meticulous guy he sure forgot about that.
Edited by FLCLimax - 7/7/16 at 8:17am
post #108 of 1449
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Originally Posted by FLCLimax View Post

1080/1070/480 all launched to zero competition, 1060 launches after AIB 480's.

Changes nothing, it's not a stab at amd you dont have to turn everything into amd vs nvidia(you seem to do that rather often). This is a statement on gpu launches in general.


- no comp = companies do scummy stuff

- every gpu topic is amd vs nvidia, no need to get personal. this is tha atmosphere of this site, can't handle it well you know what to do.
post #109 of 1449
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- no comp = companies do scummy stuff

- every gpu topic is amd vs nvidia

Well nvidia are greedy scumbags, gotta give you that.

Says me who currently owns a 980ti and a asus rog g-sync, not sure who is worse the scumbag company or the one who supports them redface.gif Though to be fair I got both way below retail price(second hand), guess I am not directly supporting them.
Edited by sugalumps - 7/7/16 at 8:20am
post #110 of 1449
the 480 is a scam too.
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