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post #131 of 154 (permalink) Old 09-10-2019, 08:23 AM
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A GTX 780 Ti cost $699 at launch for a FE. I bought a GTX 780 Ti KingPin edition for $850.
I knew it was about that range.

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post #132 of 154 (permalink) Old 09-10-2019, 08:27 AM
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I knew it was about that range.
To be fair it did compete with the GTX Titan which did cost $999 while the R9 290x was $550.

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Afair, the 780Ti cost like 800$. I bought my XT for 430$ and my 5700 for 330$. They are still cheaper than the 2080 Ti. I wish i can afford the Ti.
GTX Titan

R9 290= GTX Titan(400=1000)
R9 290X> GTX Titan(GK110)(550>1000)
R9 290X<780Ti(GK110) not by much(550<750/700)

RX 5700 XT> RTX 2070(400/450>500)
RX 5700 XT< RTX 2070 Super(400/450<550)
RX 5700 XT< RTX 2080(400/450<700/800)
RX 5700 XT< RTX 2080 Super(400/450<800)
RX 5700 XT< RTX 2080Ti(400/450<1200)

so yeah 290/x did a lot better price/performance but it was using 28nm and GDDR5, still a 5700XT doesnt manage what the 290x did, not even 7970 to compete with the 680

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Afair, the 780Ti cost like 800$. I bought my XT for 430$ and my 5700 for 330$. They are still cheaper than the 2080 Ti. I wish i can afford the Ti.
They are cheaper for a reason. And it isn't just because performance.

Hopefully AMD will get over that hump one day like they did with their CPUs.

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GTX Titan

R9 290= GTX Titan(400=1000)
R9 290X> GTX Titan(GK110)(550>1000)
R9 290X<780Ti(GK110) not by much(550<750/700)

RX 5700 XT> RTX 2070(400/450>500)
RX 5700 XT< RTX 2070 Super(400/450<550)
RX 5700 XT< RTX 2080(400/450<700/800)
RX 5700 XT< RTX 2080 Super(400/450<800)
RX 5700 XT< RTX 2080Ti(400/450<1200)

so yeah 290/x did a lot better price/performance but it was using 28nm and GDDR5, still a 5700XT doesnt manage what the 290x did, not even 7970 to compete with the 680
I hope AMD can manage a true high end competitor card sooner rather than later. We need the competition for sure.

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GTX Titan

R9 290= GTX Titan(400=1000)

so yeah 290/x did a lot better price/performance but it was using 28nm and GDDR5, still a 5700XT doesnt manage what the 290x did, not even 7970 to compete with the 680
The VRAM became an issue with the 290s especially when crossfired.

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They are cheaper for a reason. And it isn't just because performance.

Hopefully AMD will get over that hump one day like they did with their CPUs.



I hope AMD can manage a true high end competitor card sooner rather than later. We need the competition for sure.
Bought my navi a month after release, so the driver issues got sorted out i guess cos haven't had any. I only play a few games, tho. PUBG and three others. Underclocking and undervolting kept the temps in check.

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The VRAM became an issue with the 290s especially when crossfired.



Bought my navi a month after release, so the driver issues got sorted out i guess cos haven't had any. I only play a few games, tho. PUBG and three others. Underclocking and undervolting kept the temps in check.

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1750 isnt lower than 1900 boost? why you dont force the clock speed? or you are thermally limited?
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1750 isnt lower than 1900 boost? why you dont force the clock speed? or you are thermally limited?
At stock, that is the gaming clock. Around 1700MHz. At stock without undervolting, temp of TJ can go over 90c. So, i underclock to around 1800 and undervolt to 993mv from 1200mv.

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well at least the 290 competed in the enthusiast high end market, 5700 XT doesnt come close to the 2080Ti even it is 460usd a 290 was pretty close to a 780Ti
Mine were $499 each tho.



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Mine were $499 each tho.

one of the best 5700 xt is 460, the MSRP of the non ref 290 was lower than that (450 yet achieved to match a 1000usd card)
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Hell no. No way i'm going to rock a GPU that hits 110. I had a AMD 5850 and that baby ran, HOT.

I'll pass and wait on a later revision with the mandatory 3rd party design


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