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get water cooled or quad fans on that vega, i got the 56 with 64 bios, 1100 hbm 1700 on the cores, undervloted, this card is insane and still throttles with 100% fans, gona get this 1070 ti be4 my ears start bleeding
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Couldn't decide on what to get next to replace my fried out 290x. Vega 56 looks good but over priced and 1070 seems also over priced, 1060 isn't much of an upgrade so it looks like I'll be in the 400 dollar price range after all.

If I'm in the 400s for a graphics card what is another 30,40 or 50 bucks might as well try to find a 1070 ti. That's a real upgrade to me
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What this problem means is no more XOC BIOS and not more shunt resistors that can be bypassed.
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That's probably the entire reason. tongue.gif Oh well... overclocking has gotten kinda... vanilla anyway. I remember when it was still seen as kinda taboo what with the FSB and BLK frequency tweaking and all that... Used to be more of an art to overclocking both GPU and CPU alike.

Now we got people with programmers to unlock the TDP of their pascal MXM cards to achieve their overclocks.

Though not being able to flash vBIOS is still limiting things.
    
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I was considering waiting to upgrade my R9 390 for a 1070ti later next year, but no overclock = no buy. Prices on Vega 56 will have likely tanked to $350 range by then.
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Couldn't decide on what to get next to replace my fried out 290x. Vega 56 looks good but over priced and 1070 seems also over priced, 1060 isn't much of an upgrade so it looks like I'll be in the 400 dollar price range after all.

If I'm in the 400s for a graphics card what is another 30,40 or 50 bucks might as well try to find a 1070 ti. That's a real upgrade to me

The RX 580 is basically a triple refresh of the 290x. Extremely negligible increase in performance, it's toe to toe in most games, or the 580 is 10% better. Considering how old the 290x is, that's sad and really underscores how sorry AMD is as a competitor in the GPU market.
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I dont think the RX 580 is meant to replace the 290/390 to begin with...
    
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I dont think the RX 580 is meant to replace the 290/390 to begin with...

I've been waiting on AMD to give me a similarly priced, viable replacement, and they haven't provided me with anything I'd consider upgrading to. I'm a buyer for a Vega 56, just not at the current price range. $350-$400 (400 for a solid non-reference model), I'm sold.

My MSI R9 390 gaming 8G model was around $350. It still smashes face @ 1080p/60hz.

Which comes to another reason why I've delayed upgrading. I'm gonna have to invest in a new monitor to really see a considerable difference with a GPU upgrade. I'm not spending $1000 on a monitor + GPU. I don't have that kinda money. Nobody is offering any viable, mid range upgrading paths for both GPU and monitors. This might be sacrilege, but I'm actually considering getting a 4k/60hz TV over a monitor, because they're cheaper.
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I've been waiting on AMD to give me a similarly priced, viable replacement, and they haven't provided me with anything I'd consider upgrading to. I'm a buyer for a Vega 56, just not at the current price range. $350-$400 (400 for a solid non-reference model), I'm sold.

My MSI R9 390 gaming 8G model was around $350. It still smashes face @ 1080p/60hz.

Which comes to another reason why I've delayed upgrading. I'm gonna have to invest in a new monitor to really see a considerable difference with a GPU upgrade. I'm not spending $1000 on a monitor + GPU. I don't have that kinda money. Nobody is offering any viable, mid range upgrading paths for both GPU and monitors. This might be sacrilege, but I'm actually considering getting a 4k/60hz TV over a monitor, because they're cheaper.

Still doesnt make the RX 580 a replacement for the 290/390....?

You want to whine about lack of flagships come on down to the laptop arena where the 7870 has been rebranded since they launched it. (7970m, 8970m, m290x) Its been 5 years since we have had anything new from AMD and now were relying on Eurocom to design the RX 580 MXM boards...
    
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Still doesnt make the RX 580 a replacement for the 290/390....?

You want to whine about lack of flagships come on down to the laptop arena where the 7870 has been rebranded since they launched it. (7970m, 8970m, m290x) Its been 5 years since we have had anything new from AMD and now were relying on Eurocom to design the RX 580 MXM boards...
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there was a Polaris 11 MXM GPU biggrin.gif

You mean the E9550?

Everything else has been soldered solutions and hardly a common option nor a price reduction relative to its performance.

I think Alienware 15/17 and Asus Ryzen 7 laptop are the only ones I can recall at the moment.

The RX 580 @ 150w from Eurocom are more interesting in my estimation...
    
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