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I'm assuming we still have another Fury/X coming this year?

Vega launches in May
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AMD is a very small company compared to the other 2 giants, they've poured all their money to Ryzen this year, and you expect also new GPUs from them?
While keep buying Nvidia cards? cmon ppl

ATI was even smaller than AMD and it delivered blows to Nvidia all the time.
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I think I am going to get a 1080 or 1080ti if my pocket can spend that amount of cash... but that will be around june/july, so if Vega comes before that and has great performance, I'll go for Vega.
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You know, the 580 should've been the specs and power that the 480 should've been from the beginning. They really did just try to brute force higher clocks in exchange for more wattage. it seems like even after a 200mhz overclock over stock, the 580 hit a wall in only getting 8 fps on average versus a stock 480.

So, out of all of the cards, which is series is best? Still seems like the 480 is the better card considering power consumption.
Edited by bucdan - 4/18/17 at 9:13am
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So does the 480 drop in price?
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Wow, MSI Gaming X seems to go from best to worst cooling solution. Didn't expect that.
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We are not bashing or praising Nvidia here. Rebadges have been around for a long time, but usually, most rebrands come in the mid end (coming from the top end) while 1 or two new top end cards are presented. Here? 0 innovation.

AMD is a very small company compared to the other 2 giants, they've poured all their money to Ryzen this year, and you expect also new GPUs from them?
While keep buying Nvidia cards? cmon ppl

Some people just want AMD to produce competitive chips just so they can buy cheaper Intel and nVidia. I feel I'm too stupid to understand their logic.

 

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YEAH! When it was ATI :'(

Hey, the AMD 4830/4850/4870/4890 were really awesome. On par with the best of Nvidia and used less power too!

5xxx series momentarily kicked butt as well.

I loved my 4870 and had it for four years before I replaced it with a 6870 (double performance).

 

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AMD is a very small company compared to the other 2 giants, they've poured all their money to Ryzen this year, and you expect also new GPUs from them?
While keep buying Nvidia cards? cmon ppl

ATI was even smaller than AMD and it delivered blows to Nvidia all the time.

And AMD just dealt an epic blow to Intel, rendering everything bar the dual core with HT overpriced and irrelevant, and Vega is set for release in a few weeks so I don't know what all this drama is about. If Vega turns out to be a disappointment then may the wailing of banshees and gnashing of teeth commence (which will happen anyway regardless of performance as we see with Zen).

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Some people just want AMD to produce competitive chips just so they can buy cheaper Intel and nVidia. I feel I'm too stupid to understand their logic.

I loved my 4870 and had it for four years before I replaced it with a 6870 (double performance).

And AMD just dealt an epic blow to Intel, rendering everything bar the dual core with HT overpriced and irrelevant, and Vega is set for release in a few weeks so I don't know what all this drama is about. If Vega turns out to be a disappointment then may the wailing of banshees and gnashing of teeth commence (which will happen anyway regardless of performance as we see with Zen).

Zen wasn't an epic blow to Intel. It simply woke them up knowing AMD can make a competent chip again. I use my desktop for work and games. For those whose work isn't heavily multi threaded and game a ton Intel is still the better option from what I can tell.

I personally think Vega will be nothing special. I hope I turn out wrong cause I'm due for an upgrade in the near future but I will be waiting to see what both Vega and Volta do before I bit.
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Some people just want AMD to produce competitive chips just so they can buy cheaper Intel and nVidia. I feel I'm too stupid to understand their logic.

I loved my 4870 and had it for four years before I replaced it with a 6870 (double performance).

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Zen wasn't an epic blow to Intel. It simply woke them up knowing AMD can make a competent chip again. I use my desktop for work and games. For those whose work isn't heavily multi threaded and game a ton Intel is still the better option from what I can tell.

I personally think Vega will be nothing special. I hope I turn out wrong cause I'm due for an upgrade in the near future but I will be waiting to see what both Vega and Volta do before I bit.

You can get the performance of a 1000 USD Intel chip for a third of the price (1700), if that's not an epic blow then what is?

 

PC hardware hasn't excited me in a long time. There was a time I used to read every single rumour thread, now I don't get excited at all so even if Vega and Volta turn out to bring 10x the performance I still won't be excited as my PC still does what I need of it, which is mostly VM's now. I rarely play games so fps don't excite me anymore and I can't even remember the last time I ran a benchmark.

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You can get the performance of a 1000 USD Intel chip for a third of the price (1700), if that's not an epic blow then what is?

PC hardware hasn't excited me in a long time. There was a time I used to read every single rumour thread, now I don't get excited at all so even if Vega and Volta turn out to bring 10x the performance I still won't be excited as my PC still does what I need of it, which is mostly VM's now. I rarely play games so fps don't excite me anymore and I can't even remember the last time I ran a benchmark.

I don't consider it an epic blow to Intel because the only reason things got like that is because AMD could deliver nothing. Even if Intel can't topple them with something that deserves its own price bracket they can compete better in the price wars if it came to it. Ryzen is amazing for us consumers cause its going to drive competition that hasn't been there in years. It just isn't really anything to Intel in my opinion. They are still going to dominate market share, win in overall performance and spend more in R&D.

Don't take me the wrong way either, I want AMD to keep swinging its good for us, its just from business operations Ryzen was a bump in the road for intel that simply is just going to change their pricing structure and make their margins smaller. They will still be making money hand over fist.
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