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the only game TPU tested in DX12 mode was Rise of the Tomb Raider, and we all know ROTR is not the best representation of DX12 performance
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Why would you buy this over a RX 470...Better be $150 for the 4GB model.

I don't have power supply which has PCI-E wires, and in India, RX 460 goes for around $300 and I mostly buy in the range of $100-120(INR Rs. 4000-6000). I'd never buy anything over it.

Since I built a system for PS3 generation with a card which only ran on PCI-E slot power, I thought using a card which exceeds that requirement would be a step in the wrong direction.
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I don't have power supply which has PCI-E wires, and in India, RX 460 goes for around $300 and I mostly buy in the range of $100-120(INR Rs. 4000-6000). I'd never buy anything over it.

Since I built a system for PS3 generation with a card which only ran on PCI-E slot power, I thought using a card which exceeds that requirement would be a step in the wrong direction.
I'm kinda torn on that as a PSU with pci cables doesn't cost much at all. Considering that a cx 430 can be had for $15 consistently and even though it's quality might not be all that great it's bound to be on par with a psu that doesn't have pcie, I'm just torn on it.
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CX 430 is like $53 in India. Cost of other parts are also a lot.

As I said I wanted to follow the principle of not exceeding the power limits of my previous cards. So any other card, CPU would have been a step in the wrong direction.
Edited by sepiashimmer - 9/26/16 at 1:58am
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They trade blows. 480 wins DX12 while 1060 wins DX11.

No.

The 1060 beats RX 480 by 8-9% overall and consumes very little power compared to the AMD card.
Difference is really important, especially with the custom cards :



http://www.hardware.fr/focus/118/rx-480-sapphire-nitro-vs-gtx-1060-gainward-match-280.html

Regarding DX12 :

AoTS (the 2 cards are almost equal,lol to all the async compute blabla)
Hitman (DX11 +DX12, clear advantage for AMD on the Glacier 2 Engine)
Deus EX (cards are really near)
RoTR (bad DX12 port)
TW:W (cards are really near)

So much for the big advantage announced by AMD marketing. And DX12 is almost irrevelant, largely most important is the DX11 performance especially when you see that "Young DX12" brings no new effect and have hard times to offer better frame times than its predecessor.
As long as nVidia got superior performance in DX11 vs. AMD DX12, DX12 argumentation is only important for AMD in order to make people forget about DX11 nVidia domination.
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CX 430 is like $53 in India. Cost of other parts are also a lot.

As I said I wanted to follow the principle of not exceeding the power limits of my previous cards. So any other card, CPU would have been a step in the wrong direction.
To be fair that's an artificial limitation you have placed upon yourself and is not applicable to the cards themselves.
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the only game TPU tested in DX12 mode was Rise of the Tomb Raider, and we all know ROTR is not the best representation of DX12 performance

DX12 will not be a thing for several years. DX11 was released in what? 2009ish? And when did it really hit the market full force? Oh right, only in the last year or two. tongue.gif

It takes a long time for Developers to make the most of each API that's released. If you all are expecting DX12 to suddenly blow your socks off within a few months of release, then you're sorely mistaken. rolleyes.gif

Buying a GPU to "Future Proof" yourself for the new API is and always was a bad idea. I mean... if you bought a Radeon 5870... would you consider that thing to be a good choice for future proofing years down the road just because it could do DX11? No, you wouldn't. Because anything in that first generational wave SUCKS as far as tech goes. rolleyes.gif
     
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To be fair that's an artificial limitation you have placed upon yourself and is not applicable to the cards themselves.

That isn't artifical. As much as I'm annoyed with the 1050 specs when the 750 came out I thought it was brilliant. When I was younger and learning more about upgrading parts power supply limitations was a serious issue in how I could use my allowance savings.

For people in countries with even more limited purchasing power into their young adult years Nvidia's 750 Ti was a brilliant idea. Now there was a powerful enough option on the low end where you didn't have to concern yourself with upgrading both your GPU and PSU.

Very few starts in the world rich. We all improve our financial earnings at different rates and that should be acknowledged when considering the merits of budget conscious buying.
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That isn't artifical. As much as I'm annoyed with the 1050 specs when the 750 came out I thought it was brilliant. When I was younger and learning more about upgrading parts power supply limitations was a serious issue in how I could use my allowance savings.

For people in countries with even more limited purchasing power into their young adult years Nvidia's 750 Ti was a brilliant idea. Now there was a powerful enough option on the low end where you didn't have to concern yourself with upgrading both your GPU and PSU.

Very few starts in the world rich. We all improve our financial earnings at different rates and that should be acknowledged when considering the merits of budget conscious buying.

In the context it was used, it was. It was artificial b/c the poster choose to abide by it when the restriction wasn't really there. Remember we are talking about the context of an upgrade cycle where amounts far exceeding the limitation are spent in lieu of it.
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I set $300 for the current upgrade cycle.
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