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post #131 of 136 (permalink) Old 05-09-2019, 05:01 AM - Thread Starter
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I think that close to Vega VII performance for $600 would be a disappointment. I could buy a Vega VII for 640€ or so right now and it comes with 16GB HBM2 (and maybe even free games I guess).
Navi has to do much better than that imho.

I still hope for a much more reasonable product and an absolute price/perf banger that has performance that is atleast somewhat desirable for 1440p gaming.
The worst thing that could happen imho is if Navi cards are worse than the RTX 2060.
I should've clarified. $600 U.S., thats €536. I'm expecting RTX performance @ GTX pricing.

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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.

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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.



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It needs to have better performance/price and performance/power ratios than competition. Also even if those are met people have to be able to buy the product which is something AMD and also Nvidia struggle with on new releases.

Everyone on RTX will probably be disappointed when looking at Navi as it will offer nothing more than what they already have. Bigger Navi will come who knows when, later.
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It needs to have better performance/price and performance/power ratios than competition. Also even if those are met people have to be able to buy the product which is something AMD and also Nvidia struggle with on new releases.

Everyone on RTX will probably be disappointed when looking at Navi as it will offer nothing more than what they already have. Bigger Navi will come who knows when, later.
No doubt those handful (i want to jokingly say literally here) of buyers will be. I bet most of those early adopters were game devs.

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It needs to have better performance/price and performance/power ratios than competition. Also even if those are met people have to be able to buy the product which is something AMD and also Nvidia struggle with on new releases.

Everyone on RTX will probably be disappointed when looking at Navi as it will offer nothing more than what they already have. Bigger Navi will come who knows when, later.
I mean of course people who are on RTX will be disappointed. Those are brand new expensive graphic cards.

Navi will probably be for the reasonable consumer that doesn't want to pay $800 for an 8GB VRAM graphics card in 2019.



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If Navi ends up hot and hungry and we get first generation teething problems on the next architecture, we’ll probably have to wait until 2022 for the first chance at getting an AMD card that runs as intended.
Isn't Intel wanting to be in consumers hands by 2020 with their GPU's?

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