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GTX 1060Ti will follow soon, along with the GT 1030Ti.
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$400 RX VEGA 56 ( https://www.amazon.com/XFX-Radeon-Graphic-Cards-RX-VEGMLBFX6/dp/B07532T488 , https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814202302)
$170 Alphacool Eiswolf GPX Vega all in one with copper rad. https://modmymods.com/alphacool-eiswolf-120-gpx-pro-ati-rx-vega-m01-11480.html , http://www.aquatuning.us/water-cooling/kits-und-systems/internal-kits/alphacool/eiswolf/22291/alphacool-eiswolf-120-gpx-pro-amd-rx-vega-m01-black , http://www.aquatuning.us/water-cooling/kits-und-systems/internal-kits/alphacool/eiswolf/22308/alphacool-eiswolf-240-gpx-pro-amd-rx-vega-m01-black
*** strong enough for VEGA 64: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/radeon-rx-vega-64-water-cooling,5177-3.html
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=$570

OR

$400 VEGA 56 + $63 Raijintek Morpheus II (https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=2T3-0007-00003) = $463

MsI GTX 1080 Duke = $510 https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814137084

We need RX VEGA 56 add in board partner cards.
Edited by AlphaC - 11/2/17 at 12:57pm
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Wow what an amazing card! tongue.gif
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If I were still in the market for a card I think I'd rather spend the extra $60 (at current prices) and just get a 1080...

I think the point is having a card for every segment.
You only have 200$ to spend on a GPU, they have a card for that. You have only 440$? They have a card for that. You are willing to put 60$ more? They have a card for that.

That way, they don't give AMD any room, they get to use pretty much every chip coming out of the assembly line (too many cores damaged? 1070. Only a few? 1070 TI), and they make a lot of money.
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It's for certain that Nvidia left the huge gap between 1070 and 1080 there on purpose, knowing that AMD won't be able to match 1080 ti for certain, and gambling that the highest Vega would barely match the 1080. It's also crazy how quickly Nvidia releases the 1070 ti AND gets AIBs to have cards with aftermarket coolers at the ready to be released soon after announcement; it was a relatively short announcement to release date, too. AMD on the other hand, only Stock coolers, and no AIB coolers STILL after 2 months.
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It's for certain that Nvidia left the huge gap between 1070 and 1080 there on purpose, knowing that AMD won't be able to match 1080 ti for certain, and gambling that the highest Vega would barely match the 1080. It's also crazy how quickly Nvidia releases the 1070 ti AND gets AIBs to have cards with aftermarket coolers at the ready to be released soon after announcement; it was a relatively short announcement to release date, too. AMD on the other hand, only Stock coolers, and no AIB coolers STILL after 2 months.
was thinking the same thing.
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It's for certain that Nvidia left the huge gap between 1070 and 1080 there on purpose, knowing that AMD won't be able to match 1080 ti for certain, and gambling that the highest Vega would barely match the 1080. It's also crazy how quickly Nvidia releases the 1070 ti AND gets AIBs to have cards with aftermarket coolers at the ready to be released soon after announcement; it was a relatively short announcement to release date, too. AMD on the other hand, only Stock coolers, and no AIB coolers STILL after 2 months.

I don't think we will ever see none FE variants to be honest. If so, it will be a surprise to me. As for availability of the 1070TI's they've accumulated stock of these chips that weren't worth doing 1070's.
But at the same time, the silicon lottery isn't the same as Nvidia either. With Nvidia they are using better binned silicon for their FE edition cards.
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Wow that 400 dollar VEGA 56!? Game changer

Not really since they're reference models. If it were $400-440 AIB models with 2.5 slot coolers (i.e Sapphire NITRO, XFX GTR, MSI GAMING X, Asus STRIX) with decent cooling for GPU core+VRM+memory then maybe.

Anyway Microcenter also has the Sapphire reference one for $400 in-store as well
http://www.microcenter.com/product/483668/Radeon_RX_Vega56_8G_Single-Fan_8GB_HBM2_PCIe_Video_Card

GTX 1070 ti from EVGA with ACX 3.0 is $470 at B&H https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1369701-REG/evga_08g_p4_5671_kr_geforce_gtx_1070_ti.html
GTX 1070 ti from MSI , 3 fan DUKE version is $470 at B&H https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1369121-REG/msi_geforce_gtx_1070_ti.html

edit: also http://www.legitreviews.com/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1070-ti-ethereum-mining-performance_199622
Ethereum performance isn't great. GTX 1070 is till the best card
Edited by AlphaC - 11/2/17 at 6:07pm
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What happened to all the people who said the 1070 ti was fake? How do those words taste now that you're eating them? lol

Nvidia will do anything to make more profit, this GPU is a perfect example of that. How many people will sell their 1060's and 1070's to buy this card? Many will, I think.
     
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