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I never aim to get a lot back with taxes.

I aim to break as close to even as possible.

You're giving the government an interest free loan by giving up a lot per paycheck.

Screw that!

If I want something, I'll save up for it with the "extra" money I get each paycheck thank you very much.

As for Vega....AMD needs to do something soon. The 1080Ti is soooooo tempting. They better release some tangible information and soon.
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Please not another Fury that just cause fury. It has been enough with HBM technical marvels, need a card that is affordable and has 8GB HBM type memory minimum while at the same time doesn't act as a furnace which is what Nvidia is approaching again with their Ti/Xp/X/P6000/...
post #413 of 566
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Originally Posted by LancerVI View Post

I never aim to get a lot back with taxes.

I aim to break as close to even as possible.

You're giving the government an interest free loan by giving up a lot per paycheck.

Screw that!

If I want something, I'll save up for it with the "extra" money I get each paycheck thank you very much.

As for Vega....AMD needs to do something soon. The 1080Ti is soooooo tempting. They better release some tangible information and soon.
NVIDIA has both ends covered. They win the saver by hard launching cards and they win the impulsive buyers with timing. This is horrible...
 
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Fixed your quote....

Please stop failing so hard. If that were the case i wouldnt have a 390 and a Ryzen rig. If the performance is up to snuff, ill gladly drop money on an AMD product as evidenced by my 1800x in my system.
post #415 of 566
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AMD never held back chips. What you see at launch is their fastest offering.
They have released timely refreshes, but nothing on the scale of what Nvidia does when releasing three models with the same chip, Titan X, 1080Ti and Titan Xp.

Don't forget the 660ti - 670 - 680 - 770 biggrin.gif
post #416 of 566
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Originally Posted by WorldExclusive View Post

AMD never held back chips. What you see at launch is their fastest offering.
They have released timely refreshes, but nothing on the scale of what Nvidia does when releasing three models with the same chip, Titan X, 1080Ti and Titan Xp.

Don't forget the 660ti - 670 - 680 - 770 biggrin.gif

@WorldExclusive: Not exactly. AMD has in the recent past also held back a full chip initially. And interestingly, on one of those occasions they then proceeded to release three models with said chip.

One word: Tonga.

R9 285 only at first (Sep 2014) with only a 2 GB version; then R9 380 only (Jun 2015), only later the full chip with the R9 380X (Nov 2015). They saved the full chips for Macs in the meantime, akin to Nvidia saving the chips for where there's more revenue.


Secondly: the RX 460; 896 cores out of 1024.
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@WorldExclusive: Not exactly. AMD has in the recent past also held back a full chip initially. And interestingly, on one of those occasions they then proceeded to release three models with said chip.

One word: Tonga.

R9 285 only at first (Sep 2014) with only a 2 GB version; then R9 380 only (Jun 2015), only later the full chip with the R9 380X (Nov 2015). They saved the full chips for Macs in the meantime, akin to Nvidia saving the chips for where there's more revenue.


Secondly: the RX 460; 896 cores out of 1024.

Even 380x isn't fully enabled, it has 128bit of 384bit bus width disabled.
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If you need a tax return to buy something, then you probably couldn't afford it in the first place. Big difference between being able to buy something and afford something.

I always get a hefty amount back, although I've always done 0 allowances for tax, so I see less money each paycheck.

That's basically what I was thinking too. For anyone who needs their tax refund in hand to afford a part - they really can't afford the part. They're likely living paycheck to paycheck and have priorities other than luxury, cutting-edge PC gaming hardware.

For parts like Vega, timing doesn't matter so much. The people who can afford it will buy it if they want it.
Edited by kaosstar - 4/12/17 at 9:09pm
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That's basically what I was thinking too. For anyone who needs their tax refund in hand to afford a part - they really can't afford the part. They're likely living paycheck to paycheck and have priorities other than luxury, cutting-edge PC gaming hardware.

For parts like Vega, timing doesn't matter so much. The people who can afford it will buy it if they want it.

Yep. Like I said in the Samsung S8 thread, I'm the type of person who zeros out my credit card every week or two, as I cannot stand having debt. I'm able to afford things because I don't spend unless I already have the money to pay it off. On the other hand, I also don't try to upgrade my things too often, it's usually 2-4 years between upgrades, although Vega may change that since the Fury X I got last year isn't always optimal for 3440x1440 @ 75Hz. But again, that's just how I operate and know many friends/co-workers/family who can manage debt without the need to zero out everything.
    
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Even 380x isn't fully enabled, it has 128bit of 384bit bus width disabled.
they did it for a reason
Tonga has good mem compression, 384bit have to be 3 or 6GB, obviously Tonga didn't have the power to need 6GB, so it's just a waste, even a regular 380 is able to beat a GTX960 back then, and that's all they need
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