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He didn't proceeded to link a 4K chart, just a cherry picked 1080p chart, so you're wrong.
Wrong where exactly?



That's a fury X faster than a Titan X.
Just because you don't use it it doesn't mean it isn't used.
There's no friendly fire, just facts and arguments, which is what I'm interested on.
TIL that 72% is faster than 72% lachen.gif

You're just arguing for the sake of,like i said,would you link me a monitor that uses a 3200 x 1800 panel? rolleyes.gif
Then you'd have also learned that $650>$1000.
If I'm spending ~$1100 on something that is going to be bested by a card not forming part of an existing company's new product portfolio but rather a card that up until a few weeks ago was slower, I'd really think of who's driving the market.
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Klocek001 and iLeakStuff... wow that was fun to watch. Good thing that troll cricle jerk didn't get too out of hand before people put them in their place, that couldhave been much more embarrassing redface.gif

I can't wait to see the next quarterly results. Really wish I listened to my wife when she told me to buy AMD stock cause I kept raving about all the stuff they were gonna do and how their stock was gonna lift off in a year or two. I could bought in at $1.88 a share frown.gif

Boy do i feel the same regret.
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Then you'd have also learned that $650>$1000.
If I'm spending ~$1100 on something that is going to be bested by a card not forming part of an existing company's new product portfolio but rather a card that up until a few weeks ago was slower, I'd really think of who's driving the market.
Nice non sequitur. rolleyes.gif

690 USD MSRP GTX 980 Ti XtremeGaming is 15% faster than Titan X and Fury X,no worries.

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Gigabyte/GTX_980_Ti_XtremeGaming/23.html
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He didn't proceeded to link a 4K chart, just a cherry picked 1080p chart, so you're wrong.
Wrong where exactly?



That's a fury X faster than a Titan X.
Just because you don't use it it doesn't mean it isn't used.
There's no friendly fire, just facts and arguments, which is what I'm interested on.
TIL that 72% is faster than 72% lachen.gif

You're just arguing for the sake of,like i said,would you link me a monitor that uses a 3200 x 1800 panel? rolleyes.gif
Then you'd have also learned that $650>$1000.
If I'm spending ~$1100 on something that is going to be bested by a card not forming part of an existing company's new product portfolio but rather a card that up until a few weeks ago was slower, I'd really think of who's driving the market.

4GB vs 12GB
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Much of these games have to do with etherium mining. Etherium mining has increased demand greatly for AMD cards. AMD card demand have pushed prices well above their msrp, and they still sell due to miners. Nvidia cards are largely sellng at their MSRP and not much more.

Because AMD cards have worse price to performance after this scalping price, you can tell mining is one of the bigger reasons for the jump. It's still good for AMD in the short run, but if the mining market collapses, then it will be bad for AMD, just like the hawaii series, because used cards will flood the market and lower market pricing.

The last 4 months, have been particularly fruitful for etherium mining and I think it explains most of this marketshare gain.
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With no more performance optimizations from Nvidia for Maxwell, horrible DirectX 12 performance compared to even Pascal, losing performance in newer APIs and losing the only advantage Maxwell had (API overhead) I'd say the Fury non X is infinitely a better card to buy compared to the 980Ti if you're going to keep it through all of 2017, hell, even the RX 480 to a lesser extent.

Anyone even remembers Kepler? It wasn't that long ago, while the 290X which is even older is still going strong, even competing against the GTX 980 in some cases.

I would however buy a GTX 1070, and I did, the G1 Gaming, but I would buy a Fury instead of a Maxwell Titan X any day of the week.thumb.gif

Considering that the Fury X only cost $380 at the moment and 980Ti cost $460, Id have to agree with you.
One heck of a deal considering you get AIO.

So yeah, if I had to choose any of those two. id get Fury X
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What do you mean "there is no 1800p" -- how do I have an 1800p laptop?

Why would anyone call WQXGA+ 1800P?

Microsoft calls it PixelSense, Apple calls it Retna, Lenovo calls it Quad HD+, etc...

Calling WQXGA+ displays 1800P just makes one sound incompetent in their capacity to correct their typos rolleyes.gif
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With no more performance optimizations from Nvidia for Maxwell, horrible DirectX 12 performance compared to even Pascal, losing performance in newer APIs and losing the only advantage Maxwell had (API overhead) I'd say the Fury non X is infinitely a better card to buy compared to the 980Ti if you're going to keep it through all of 2017, hell, even the RX 480 to a lesser extent.

Anyone even remembers Kepler? It wasn't that long ago, while the 290X which is even older is still going strong, even competing against the GTX 980 in some cases.

I would however buy a GTX 1070, and I did, the G1 Gaming, but I would buy a Fury instead of a Maxwell Titan X any day of the week.thumb.gif
I would personally still buy a 980 Ti over a Fury X, even if they were at the same price, when you factor in that an overclocked aftermarket 980 Ti is for real 25%-30% faster than the reference one. I'm basing this off the average of all the air cooled 980 Tis tested by Techpowerup in Battlefield 3. The average gain is 29.9% compared to stock clocked reference. Most aftermarket cards are already 20% faster out of the box.. At a disadvantage or not, I don't know if even an OC'ed Fury X (7-10% gain) is going to be able to match a 980 Ti. Plus 4GB vs 6GB.

The amazing thing is that the reference 980 Ti is limited by thermals and overclocking it only gets you 9.4% extra performance. That's the problem with all the overclocked 980 Ti vs 1080 comparisons. The reference 1080 overclocks about as well as its aftermarket counterpart, but the 980 Ti aftermarket versions are insane compared to reference and certainly don't cost much more. A couple of days ago, there was an aftermarket 980 Ti going for $380 AR.
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Then you'd have also learned that $650>$1000.
If I'm spending ~$1100 on something that is going to be bested by a card not forming part of an existing company's new product portfolio but rather a card that up until a few weeks ago was slower, I'd really think of who's driving the market.
Nice non sequitur. rolleyes.gif

690 USD MSRP GTX 980 Ti XtremeGaming is 15% faster than Titan X and Fury X,no worries.

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Gigabyte/GTX_980_Ti_XtremeGaming/23.html

Reading comprehension fail much eh. Read the thread again and see what I was replying to. But good that you have to pick a year old benchmark to prove your point thumb.gif
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He didn't proceeded to link a 4K chart, just a cherry picked 1080p chart, so you're wrong.
Wrong where exactly?



That's a fury X faster than a Titan X.
Just because you don't use it it doesn't mean it isn't used.
There's no friendly fire, just facts and arguments, which is what I'm interested on.
TIL that 72% is faster than 72% lachen.gif

You're just arguing for the sake of,like i said,would you link me a monitor that uses a 3200 x 1800 panel? rolleyes.gif
Then you'd have also learned that $650>$1000.
If I'm spending ~$1100 on something that is going to be bested by a card not forming part of an existing company's new product portfolio but rather a card that up until a few weeks ago was slower, I'd really think of who's driving the market.

4GB vs 12GB

Again the same beating the dead horse. I'll give you the same puzzle that I gave the last person who brought up this argument: Show me a game where the FuryX is slower than either the TitanX or the 980ti due to limited Vram capacity ? Awaiting your response
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