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I do not believe this is happening anyway. But in my opinion it should.
Vega 10( whatever the smaller one is) is supposed to be 4096 shader part. but it will have all tweaks pol10 has. plus it has gfx ip v9 ( polaris is still v8.x) so maybe some more tweaks ?

i just hope they won't bottleneck it somewhere again like what they did with fiji and pol10.
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Vega 10( whatever the smaller one is) is supposed to be 4096 shader part. but it will have all tweaks pol10 has. plus it has gfx ip v9 ( polaris is still v8.x) so maybe some more tweaks ?

i just hope they won't bottleneck it somewhere again like what they did with fiji and pol10.

AMD mentioned Vega is not until 2017. So now new high end GPUs in 6 month time?
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AMD mentioned Vega is not until 2017. So now new high end GPUs in 6 month time?
Yep. nothing bigger than 480 till next year.
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Yep. nothing bigger than 480 till next year.

Really, really bad.
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Really, really bad.
Still better than releasing a expensive low margin product that will be slower than competition and won't sell as much to recover any market share. that's what furyx did and failed pretty bad.
post #156 of 226
Can anyone tell me why gpu stocks are so low during launches? These things sell out so fast at launch and whatever gets restocked retailers are price gouging like an ish. I really dont want to wait a month or whenever they are restocked sufficiently.
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Can anyone tell me why gpu stocks are so low during launches? These things sell out so fast at launch and whatever gets restocked retailers are price gouging like an ish. I really dont want to wait a month or whenever they are restocked sufficiently.

The demand for the RX480 is really high. Then you have miners that buy like 20-40 480 to replace their 290.

For the 1060 i dont know low stock?
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The demand for the RX480 is really high. Then you have miners that buy like 20-40 480 to replace their 290.

For the 1060 i dont know low stock?

Its selling above msrp (1060) , but not as outrageous as the RX 480. There are more of them in stock as i check. Why are AMD cards the go to for mining?
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Its selling above msrp (1060) , but not as outrageous as the RX 480. There are more of them in stock as i check. Why are AMD cards the go to for mining?

Perception has it that AMD cards are better for mining.
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Its selling above msrp (1060) , but not as outrageous as the RX 480. There are more of them in stock as i check. Why are AMD cards the go to for mining?
Better hashrate/$/W.
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