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Well i'm not a hands on kind of pc enthusiast and i'm not going to void my warranty removing the stock cooler and doing something wrong in the process, hence i prefer a custom air card. I prefer to keep it as is.
I can't argue with that. Sometimes I forget that most don't like to mess with their hardware. I still want an aio for me though.
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You should probably stop trying to pretend you know anything about technology

It's literally the same card ported over to 14nm from 28nm but with increased clocks thanks to the improved manufacturing process yields.rolleyes.gif
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I can't argue with that. Sometimes I forget that most don't like to mess with their hardware. I still want an aio for me though.
Make an AIO an optional purchase. Win win. Locking down the Fury X to an AIO cooling only was a shambles in itself for those who wanted a air only Fury X but had to settle for some performance losses in the Fury.
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It's literally the same card ported over to 14nm from 28nm but with increased clocks thanks to the improved manufacturing process yields.rolleyes.gif

 

https://www.techpowerup.com/gpudb/2848/radeon-rx-480

 

Have a look under 'Process Size'. I know you love to tirade because you do it in every bloody thread, but it's good to at least get all of your ducks in a row beforehand.

 
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https://www.techpowerup.com/gpudb/2848/radeon-rx-480

Have a look under 'Process Size'. I know you love to tirade because you do it in every bloody thread, but it's good to at least get all of your ducks in a row beforehand.

Ok my bad i confused it with the 390. But still that doesn't take away that it is just a rebrand and the performance gains is minimal.
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Seems like this is similar to the 2xx to 3xx rebrand, most card just get slightly higher stock clocks.
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Ok my bad i confused it with the 390. But still that doesn't take away that it is just a rebrand and the performance gains is minimal.

What's wrong with you? Approaching 20 posts in this thread about the same thing. Relax will you.

Vega is coming - you're going on like the 500 series is AMD's big GPU release this year. There is no indication it is anything other than a sideshow to the main event coming in June with Vega 10/11.

If one of the Vega's is 'basically just a 390' then you can come back here and repeat the same, but we all know that's not what is going to happen rolleyes.gif
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I bought the 390x for GTA5; even in 1080p it well exceeds 4gb, at 1440p even worse. I think I will go for vega if the performance is there, 8gb probably, 16gb if offered would be a definitely. Otherwise 1080Ti it is.

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FuryX still puts out the performance.
https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_1080_Ti_Gaming_X/18.html

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Why do you think the lower vRam furyX gets better performance when compared to 980ti at higher resolution? Is it driver overhead? Wouldn't conventional thinking put the lower vRam progressively getting weaker as the resolution increases?
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I don't see how how RX580 is a decent upgrade for anyone with either 970 or 290X. Owners of those cards already bought the 1070 or 1080 or are waiting for Vega.
RX580 should be $199 and RX470 $149 to make them decent value but rumors saying they will be same msrp as before ie $240 and $180 respectively which is poor value.

I side-graded from a 290x to a 8gb rx480 because last year I could sell the 290x for $200. I did lose some frames but I gained them back with the 1450mhz clock I have under water. I agree that for frames alone a 580 wouldn't be an upgrade from a 970 (OCed), 290x, 390x, or RX480.

I agree that if I was in the market for a $200ish gpu picking up a $180 RX480 is much better value than a $240 RX580.
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Make an AIO an optional purchase. Win win. Locking down the Fury X to an AIO cooling only was a shambles in itself for those who wanted a air only Fury X but had to settle for some performance losses in the Fury.
It wouldn't be a win for AMD or people that want an AMD flagship card to buy.

AMD can make more money if they make the whole card, it costs more to make a bunch of different designs to compete with partners.

The FuryX AIO, after they sorted out the initial pump issue, is better for almost everyone than any multifan or blower design and is a worthy cooling solution for the best chip AMD can put out. It is certainly better for more than the blower on Nvidias flagship cards. If I buy a card with Radeon all down the side, I will think higher of that brand if it has clearly superior cooling and pcb, like the FuryX has. And the superior housing for the gpu makes the diminishing performance returns per price for the full flagship chip much more appealing.

And I don't have any problem paying AMD a higher margin for their flagship just like so many have no problem with Nvidia. And I will pay more for awesome. If you don't want to buy the flagship, you are not entitled to flagship performance.
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