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Fury was also overpriced and it did not have AIO. So no, I do not agree. They tried playing the Nvidia game and failed.

 

No. The Fury was an excellent price/performance card; at MSRP it was $49 more than the 980 but had that card for lunch at 1440p/2160p. Also, given that the Fury X was meant to compete with the Titan X, its original price was only rendered less appropriate by Nvidia's endless supply of money which they used to put out a Ti card at the same price.

 
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post #92 of 246
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2. Ok what resolution and what games specifically?
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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post #93 of 246
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No. The Fury was an excellent price/performance card; at MSRP it was $49 more than the 980 but had that card for lunch at 1440p/2160p. Also, given that the Fury X was meant to compete with the Titan X, its original price was only rendered less appropriate by Nvidia's endless supply of money which they used to put out a Ti card at the same price.

I do not think it was priced well (I am using a FuryX right now). 980 was severely overpriced.

The difference is that the 980 still sold more than Fury. AMD cannot play the Nvidia game.
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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.

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

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Man I hope Vega has AIO watercooler and same form factor as FuryX wheee.gif

Oh and that radeon logo and load lights biggrin.gif

You are not the only one. An aio of that form factor would work much better in my case than a dual or triple fan setup since I have my hopes set on getting two. It is a hassle to keep that top card cool. And so noisy.
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You are not the only one. An aio of that form factor would work much better in my case than a dual or triple fan setup since I have my hopes set on getting two. It is a hassle to keep that top card cool. And so noisy.

I just like the premium look and feel of the FuryX I have biggrin.gif
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I do not think it was priced well (I am using a FuryX right now). 980 was severely overpriced.

The difference is that the 980 still sold more than Fury. AMD cannot play the Nvidia game.

 

I don't disagree with the part I've bolded. Nor do I really disagree with anything regarding Nvidia and overpricing, but it was Huang himself who said that the competition dictates pricing. AMD made a provably superior card to the GTX 980 and charged a fair price for it in relative terms. I'd have liked them both to cost less, but we don't live in a sunshine candyland full of gumdrop smiles and rainbow dreams.

 

The Fury X, though, was a proof-of-concept card for HBM that actually was competitive against a stock Titan X in 2160p gaming. At $650 with an included AIO rather than a mediocre blower, it was a compelling proposition against that card. The only problem with that is Nvidia's commanding marketshare and revenue advantage, which they can (and do) use to preempt such attempts at undercutting their halo products by releasing the mini-halos (x80 Ti's).

 
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This seems like a solid release for anyone running an older card like the 970 or a 290X, depending on how they are priced. I've been mulling over a 480 to replace my 270X in my studio PC lately, especially with the prices down below $200 these days.
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.
    
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Who cares about the 1080ti?

Not me, not anyone I know.

The only mistake they made with FuryX was pricing it that high.

I care, amongst others who want to upgrade from a 390 because i'm looking for something competitive to match it. 1080Ti has to be the bare minimum because they've been late for a year and when Volta comes the gap is just going to go wide open.
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You are not the only one. An aio of that form factor would work much better in my case than a dual or triple fan setup since I have my hopes set on getting two. It is a hassle to keep that top card cool. And so noisy.

I would rather a three slot air cooler since i'm going crossfire Vega if it's up to snuff. i dont want to deal with WC my system.
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