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gtx 1060 same as gtx980, gtx980 same as 780 ti etc etc.

So the 580 is a completely different card over the 480? We couldn't flash a 480 with a 580 BIOS and run XFire? If that's even a possibility then they're pretty much the same card. I'm not doubting you whatsoever, I'm just trying to decide if I should get the 470/480 or wait. If the 500 series is a new generation then I'll wait smile.gif
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gtx 1060 same as gtx980, gtx980 same as 780 ti etc etc.

but with significant improvements,more memory vs 780ti and more shaders as well as performance. Barely any incentive for 390 owners to upgrade, let alone the 480.rolleyes.gif
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First time a reference card has come with a dual fan setup?

Technically that would be the HD 7990 although it's a dual GPU card and uses a tri-fan design.

Technically, but again with the caveat of also being a dual GPU card, the first was actually the ATI Rage Fury MAXX from 1999:

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/ati-rage-fury-maxx-review,156.html
 
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If those are AMD slides... I thinknitnis very deceptive to compare it to a 380x and not a 480.
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Why are they comparing it to a 970?
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If those are AMD slides... I thinknitnis very deceptive to compare it to a 380x and not a 480.

Not really. At least both AMD and Nvidia are forthcoming when it comes to this; neither of them expects the consumer to upgrade every generation. When Nvidia launched the GTX 960 they also compared it to the GTX 660, not the 760. In fact, at launch, the 960 wasn't really much better than the 760 and they admitted to it.

Here's a PC Perspective video with the Nvidia guy Tom Petersen talking about it, see comparisons at 13:15:



Besides, comparing it to the RX 480 would be embarrassing. Nobody is going to upgrade from an RX 480 to a 580; all they have to do is overclock the one they have.
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Technically, but again with the caveat of also being a dual GPU card, the first was actually the ATI Rage Fury MAXX from 1999:

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/ati-rage-fury-maxx-review,156.html

hahahahaha i got a good laugh smile.gif
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If those are AMD slides... I thinknitnis very deceptive to compare it to a 380x and not a 480.

Of course. How else would they be able to justify the "rebrand" given that it's just a 480 ported over to 14nm? it's basically a 390 in all but name with a little bump in performance after 2 years?
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but with significant improvements,more memory vs 780ti and more shaders as well as performance. Barely any incentive for 390 owners to upgrade, let alone the 480.rolleyes.gif

390 is super power hungry, GCN2. RX 480 has HDMI 2.0, 4K recording.
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390 is super power hungry, GCN2. RX 480 has HDMI 2.0, 4K recording.


Not one to write home about given the time span of 2 years. Reducing power consumption should be a given and a standard when it comes to new iterations, same goes for new features. Barely any performance increase is just simply a joke. Like what Tpi said, one just has to overclock his 480, or 390 at best.
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