Originally Posted by keikei
I should've clarified. $600 U.S., thats €536. I'm expecting RTX performance @ GTX pricing.
Yeah, though we have taxes on it, so that is still a lot of money imho. I would probably not buy that for a card that is close to the Vega VII.
It comes down to the actual product. I mean what does "close to the Vega VII" mean? The RTX 2070 is close to the Vega VII and I can buy that for 460€.
Very hard to say, also depends on VRAM. I mean why would I want to buy a "close to Vega VII" Navi card for 550-600€ with 8GB GDDR VRAM if I could buy a Vega VII with 16GB HBM2 for 640€ or so.
I would much prefer a RTX 2070 performance card with 8GB GDDR6 VRAM for 350€, which should be easily possible imho.
Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er
I do not think Navi will break new performance levels but I am sure it will improve price/perf. If rumors are true, Navi seems like the first GDDR5 GPU AMD released. 4850/4870.
Yeah there is no way it will come close to the RTX 2080 Ti. I think even RTX 2080 is probably wishful thinking.