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I don't understand this card honestly.....

You are not the only one. Price literally overlaps with the 1080 now that GPU prices are coming back down to MSRP...

What I would like to see are the mythical $350 GTX 1070 biggrin.gif
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I want a AIB Vega 56 and pair it up with a Freesync monitor.

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Where are the AIB Vega cards ? redface.gif
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Originally Posted by Phixit View Post

I want a AIB Vega 56 and pair it up with a Freesync monitor.

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Where are the AIB Vega cards ? redface.gif
It probably won't happen this year. Sorry to say.
I still believe we are getting some sort of refresh in 2018. And perhaps the release of the Nano Vega card that was shown to press a few weeks ago.

Right now, it's like the old wild west days. Where you would by the card (it wasn't called FE back then) and you went online to find a reputable aftermarket cooler. Back then it was Artic:
https://www.arctic.ac/us_en/products/cooling/vga.html

Now a days its Raijintek:
http://www.raijintek.com/en/products_bycategory.php?CategoryID=1&SubCategoryID=22

Can't always wait for AIB's to do it for you.
Edited by EastCoast - 11/2/17 at 9:47am
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Oc'd 1070 vs oc'd 1070 ti?
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So Nvidia isn't allowing AIB to ship the 1070 Ti with factory overclocks, binning of GPUs for flagship lines of products, or anything else aside from vanilla Nvidia.

GG.
    
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Really no point in getting any of these 1070, V56 or 1070 Ti when you get a 1080 that isn't mining hiked much. The prices are all $50 different at most including 20%+ tax.
Even the 1080Ti can be found a tiny bit lower finally than the insane launch price. Still a clear premium over a 1080 but at least it has the performance to show.

Polaris, nonexistent in shops for most of it's time. Vega, if you can get one it's and overpriced reference crap model.
Nvidia doesn't even need to try, yet they do put that extra nail in AMD's coffin.
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Lol we've been being ruled by Nvidia since 2013 what are you talking about ? I'm against monopoly but criticizing silly movements of Amd doesn't make me fanboy right ? Currently I don't see any reasonable attack from Amd, do you see ? If we won't see any good products from Amd, I'm hoping one day an Asian company will buy that RTG department. That would be logical and historical progress for the humanity.

We haven't been ruled by anything. RTG has always been about price to performance. The last few rounds, people have been buying off the shelves for mining. That's the reason why we see more NV builds.
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Wait for volta. sneaky.gif
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Wait for volta. sneaky.gif

My concern with Volta is AMD. If AMD can’t get their feet back under them in GPU, Nvidia will milk the living Hell out of Volta and us.

Nvidia will continue to deliver on the ultra high end, where they make money. However, the 1070 Ti is clearly a test on how far they can manipulate the consumer market with the control they have.

Edit: My hypothesis on why Nvidia is being controlling with the 1070 Ti and what AIBs can do is that some 1070 Ti are software locked full 1080s.

Maybe they didn’t pass validation completely, but still worth keeping. I bet we see some unlocking.
Edited by PostalTwinkie - 11/2/17 at 12:40pm
    
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Hmmm, 1080 is a way better deal.
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