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This is the first I'm hearing that they're still having supply problems with HBM2? Anyone else hear this?



http://www.tweaktown.com/news/57313/amd-radeon-rx-vega-loses-gtx-1080-1080p/index.html
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But with 64 ROPs, best of luck pushing those pixels.
Yea, same story as with polaris. Lots of horsepower on tiny rubber.
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Interesting tweet by Raja:

https://twitter.com/GFXChipTweeter
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Considering i came from a GTX 480, 8800GTX and GTX 780, your assertion that i am too cheap, poor and indecisive to buy high end cards is asinine.

I could go out and buy a Nvidia card literally the next day, but after having bad experiences with Nvidia, i'm not going back to them unless absolutely necessary. If AMD doesn't provide the performance then i'll have no choice but to go Volta. And before you ask why im waiting, it's stupid to buy a 1080Ti when Volta is on the horizon and i'm giving Vega a chance to prove itself.

And if the benchmarks are true, that it sits at 1080 or in the best case, 1080Ti, it will still have failed, cos the marketing was certainly targeting Volta with the poor Volta slogan.

I will still reserve my judgement until actual benchmarks come out. But if this benchmark is identical to release day benchmarks in performance, then i'll have to go green again as much as i don't like it.

LOL I made a general statement and you go get all defensive. I guess you know what that says about yourself. You don't reserve any judgement cause you've been saying AMD failed this, AMD delayed that in all the Vega threads....
    
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This is the first I'm hearing that they're still having supply problems with HBM2? Anyone else hear this?



http://www.tweaktown.com/news/57313/amd-radeon-rx-vega-loses-gtx-1080-1080p/index.html

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I was always saying there is no way Vega will be clocked at 1.5GHz, 1.2 is what I'm expecting. Also with 4096 SPs I hope it can beat GTX 1080 @1440p+

It might be new GCN cores, but they won't be that much better

But I do expect a bigger Vega later on...
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With latest bios from AMD , Fury X was able to get 1200Mhz.why not at 1500Mhz with 14nm Node?

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Because Polaris can't do that, it's the smaller chip and it's still the same architecture basically, GCN.
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This is concerning for me as i play on 1080p.. Oh well, back to waiting again i guess, for Volta to see what it offers. Not gonna catch my breath as usually pre release benchmarks are quite close to the release, unless if they are faked. Probably 10-20% difference at the most for the final release.

Dude, why get all worked up whether vega is 1080 or 1080ti? You are on 1080p! Your 780 should still be good for a while biggrin.gif .
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When people keep saying that HBM2 is far more expensive than GDDR5x, could they quantify that number? It just sounds like FUD otherwise. Is there an actual price comparison somewhere or are they just pulled out of (insert location here). And more specifically, what is the price of 2 stacks of HBM2 compared to 8 GDDR5x chips? We know HBM2 is cheaper to manufacture than HBM, but dont know how much there either. We also know GDDR5x is more expensive than GDDR5 also. I would be interested in learning how people can claim anything about pricing without knowing those basics that are necessary to calculate any costs involved.
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