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Originally Posted by i7monkey View Post

Come to think of it, so what if AMD produces a competitive card? They've both jacked up prices. Nvidia raises prices and AMD's follows suit although it's slightly less egregious.

The 6970 flagship was $379. Typical AMD, good value flagship card.

AMD then realized they could pull a move so they sold the 7970 for $549 which went against the 580 which sold at $499.

Nvidia raises their dual gpu prices and charges $1000 for the 690, then AMD comes up with a $1000 7990.

Nvidia sells a Titan Z at $3000, AMD charges $1500 for the 290X2.

So what if AMD comes up with a good card, it's a duopoly and they're both ripping off consumers.

While there is some truth to that, AMD is just a business trying to survive.

When they give us good price/performance, it's because they think doing so is best for them long term not for us.

6970 was the price it was simply because it couldn't compete with the 580 not because AMD wanted it to be a good value.

I do truly hope there is a console on the way that can can replace my PC for gaming because of stupid prices but I won't hold my breath.
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This is the unfortunate reality when your only choices for cards are company a and company b. If one company does poorly in a market segment, the other company has no incentive whatsoever to keep prices low.

Compare that to, say, SSDs or system RAM. Lots of manufacturers and very competitive pricing.
Not much so, the chips are still made by only a few factories and manufacturers. They then sell them and get used in other products. Same as AMD and NV chips get sold and then released under other brands.
Unfortunately the laws in US are not very protective of market and allow companies to create these 1-2 company monopolies, allow them to buy out the competition and use dirty tactics to get rid of them.

Both AMD and NV are charging as much as they dare, to cover the development costs. The actual production cost isn't that high considering bigger chips were sold before for less with beefier VRMs and coolers...
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Originally Posted by i7monkey View Post

Come to think of it, so what if AMD produces a competitive card? They've both jacked up prices. Nvidia raises prices and AMD's follows suit although it's slightly less egregious.

The 6970 flagship was $379. Typical AMD, good value flagship card.

AMD then realized they could pull a move so they sold the 7970 for $549 which went against the 580 which sold at $499.

Nvidia raises their dual gpu prices and charges $1000 for the 690, then AMD comes up with a $1000 7990.

Nvidia sells a Titan Z at $3000, AMD charges $1500 for the 290X2.

So what if AMD comes up with a good card, it's a duopoly and they're both ripping off consumers.

For one simple reason: the 480x. It has set a precedent for performance to price ratio. I'm hoping this has an effect on their 490/furyx tier as well.
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For one simple reason: the 480x. It has set a precedent for performance to price ratio. I'm hoping this has an effect on their 490/furyx tier as well.
It hasn't set a damned thing, calm down. It gets beat by gtx 970 unless you test on oc'd 2015/16 i7 CPU and is cheap only in 4GB reference version.
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While there is some truth to that, AMD is just a business trying to survive.

When they give us good price/performance, it's because they think doing so is best for them long term not for us.

6970 was the price it was simply because it couldn't compete with the 580 not because AMD wanted it to be a good value.

I do truly hope there is a console on the way that can can replace my PC for gaming because of stupid prices but I won't hold my breath.

Up to 5870 AMD strat was basically what GTX680/980/1080 are instead of 780/980 Ti/Titan XP. HD 7970 was their first GPU since 2900XT to go for the ultra high end. Basically It was a card to compete with ~ $500 Nvidia flagship. People think HD 7970 should have been price similar to older AMD cards but that was never the case for AMD. If anything HD 7970 hits right in line what they did up to 5870. 4870 sold for $300, 5870 sold for $400, 6970 was a hybrid card that failed the move to GCN due to node delay hence lower price because performance was not there.
Personally I think after GTX580 Nvidia could finally achieve what they wanted to do for year. Reason why 580/480 was $500 is because they where forced by AMD. GTX280 was $650 card way before 780 was $650. They always priced the cards that high.
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Originally Posted by lombardsoup View Post

This is the unfortunate reality when your only choices for cards are company a and company b. If one company does poorly in a market segment, the other company has no incentive whatsoever to keep prices low.

Compare that to, say, SSDs or system RAM. Lots of manufacturers and very competitive pricing.

Things were much more interesting when we had 3dfx, ATI, NVIDIA, and PowerVR all on roughly equal footing.
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The 6970 flagship was $379. Typical AMD, good value flagship card.

AMD then realized they could pull a move so they sold the 7970 for $549 which went against the 580 which sold at $499.

The problem with this example was that the 6970 was decisively slower than NVIDIA's GTX 480 flagship at the time (I had both), while the 7970 was much faster than the GTX 580.

Flagship or not doesn't determine market segment...how the card stands in relation to the competition does.
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Things were much more interesting when we had 3dfx, ATI, NVIDIA, and PowerVR all on roughly equal footing.
The problem with this example was that the 6970 was decisively slower than NVIDIA's GTX 480 flagship at the time (I had both), while the 7970 was much faster than the GTX 580.

Flagship or not doesn't determine market segment...how the card stands in relation to the competition does.

I am pretty sure GTX480 = GTX570 = HD 6970. I had HD 5850, 6950, 6970, 6990, GTX470 , GTX580.
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It hasn't set a damned thing, calm down. It gets beat by gtx 970 unless you test on oc'd 2015/16 i7 CPU and is cheap only in 4GB reference version.

rolleyes.gif

Whoever picks a 970 over a 480 right now has a screw loose.. The 480 competes with the 1060 just fine, it's just nowhere near good enough to convince Nvidia users to switch to AMD. If consumers could find 480's for $199 then it would be pretty damn hard to match, especially a year from now when we all know it will be consistently beating the 1060. Don't know what the hell is up with GPU prices lately.. AMD/NV should do more to enforce their prices.

Ridiculous how people act like the 1060 is in a whole other tier, outside of exaggerated graphs making 5-8% look like a massive difference, i bet hardly anyone could tell one from the other in a blind test .. If the 480 competes with the 970, then so does the 1060.
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Things were much more interesting when we had 3dfx, ATI, NVIDIA, and PowerVR all on roughly equal footing.
The problem with this example was that the 6970 was decisively slower than NVIDIA's GTX 480 flagship at the time (I had both), while the 7970 was much faster than the GTX 580.

Flagship or not doesn't determine market segment...how the card stands in relation to the competition does.

QFT, when the 290 and 290x came out nvidia had to drop their prices to stay competitive. Well, at least until all the miners drove the prices to insane levels.
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Aren't the memory controllers for Pascal GPU's on chip? If so, can they just substitute one memory type for another just like that? Or is GDDR5X close enough to GDDR5 to be a direct swap? Those are genuine questions, because I don't know the answer.

GDDR5X was made to be as close to GDDR5 as possible. The only significant difference as far as timing/interface goes is the size of the prefetch and any memory controller that can handle GDDR5X should be able to handle GDDR5.
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Problem is the alot of the new young generation of PC enthusiasts don't see this as clear as us old timers who were buying cards back in 1996. I know too many people that buy into the price gouging and when I mention it to them they give a me blank stare like I'm the clueless guy.

I've been buying video cards since 1996 and once you adjust for inflation; and take into account the increased development time, costs, and risks; the gradually increasing prices don't seem all that out of line to me.

Prices are definitely higher, but I won't feel any more ripped off by an $800 dollar 1080 Ti than I did by the $330 GeForce 256 DDR I bought in Christmas 1999.
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I am pretty sure GTX480 = GTX570 = HD 6970. I had HD 5850, 6950, 6970, 6990, GTX470 , GTX580.

I may have been remembering a larger gap than existed at stock because my main GTX 480 was underwater with a 40% OC.

Anyway: www.anandtech.com/show/4061/amds-radeon-hd-6970-radeon-hd-6950/

Overall it looks like the 480 had a slight edge that increased with resolution. With the 6970 being released after the 580, 570, and 480, as well as not decisively outperforming any of them, they had to undercut them all in price.
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