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View Poll Results: Buy RX 570 8gb or wait for RX 670 8gb?
Not a lot of gain buy RX 570 2 18.18%
Wait for RX 670 10-15 FPS more is worth it 1 9.09%
Wait for RX 670 15-30 FPS more is worth it 6 54.55%
Buy RX 570 10-15 FPS more is not worth it 2 18.18%
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post #11 of 21 (permalink) Old 04-28-2019, 02:54 AM - Thread Starter
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Why are you upgrading? Or more specifically, what is it you're hoping to achieve with this upgrade?

If you need more performance than a 570, why not just go for a 1660, V56, or similar?
RX 570 is good enough for 1080p 60fps gaming for most games, thats why.

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The poll says it is worth waiting on RX 670 for 15-30fps more, so I will wait. Until then I will use gtx 960.

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The poll says it is worth waiting on RX 670 for 15-30fps more, so I will wait. Until then I will use gtx 960.
RX 670 is the same card bro. Rebrand.

3080Xt or whatever they call it will be Navi.

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RX 670 is the same card bro. Rebrand.

3080Xt or whatever they call it will be Navi.
I just saw 640 will be rebrand of RX 550X and others too, so then I will wait for 3070 if the rumor it will cost 199$ and will be released july-september is true. But then again, why would anyone want to buy 570 or 670, if 3070 will cost 199$.

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I just saw 640 will be rebrand of RX 550X and others too, so then I will wait for 3070 if the rumor it will cost 199$ and will be released july-september is true. But then again, why would anyone want to buy 570 or 670, if 3070 will cost 199$.
There's no way AMD will undercut Nvidia by 50%, stop dreaming.
Best case scenario is a card performing pretty much like a 2070 for the price of 2060, as well as a cut down version performing like a 2060 for the price of a 1660 Ti.

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I just saw 640 will be rebrand of RX 550X and others too, so then I will wait for 3070 if the rumor it will cost 199$ and will be released july-september is true. But then again, why would anyone want to buy 570 or 670, if 3070 will cost 199$.
Well if you want to wait sure. I just bought another 580 for $140 w/2 games. Totally worth it.

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There's no way AMD will undercut Nvidia by 50%, stop dreaming.
Best case scenario is a card performing pretty much like a 2070 for the price of 2060, as well as a cut down version performing like a 2060 for the price of a 1660 Ti.
Agreed on the undercutting NVIDIA by 50%, but there's some things that need to be taken into account. The biggest one is that it will probably cost AMD significantly less to manufacture Navi vs what it costs NVIDIA to manufacture Turing, especially compared to the 445mm2 TU106 die in the 2060 and 2070. It will be on a much smaller process node with no RT cores taking up a huge amount of space. Another big one is that Navi is a direct replacement for Polaris, and the RX 480 and RX 580 8GB launched for ~$250 and AMD are desperately needing more market share as NVIDIA outsold them by the biggest margins in several years with Pascal. You also need to take into account that custom Vega 56 already competes with the RTX 2060 and there's been cards available quite a few times now for $320 and under, and Vega costs AMD way more to manufacture because of HBM costs and the die size. All that taken into account I think it makes perfect sense their RTX 2060 rival launches for $250 and if they have an RTX 2070 rival it'd be $350-380.


OP, at this point I'd recommend waiting it out since you already have an okay graphics card that'll still play your games fine even if it's at reduced quality settings.




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There's no way AMD will undercut Nvidia by 50%, stop dreaming.
Best case scenario is a card performing pretty much like a 2070 for the price of 2060, as well as a cut down version performing like a 2060 for the price of a 1660 Ti.
Im just saying what I saw on https://wccftech.com

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Realistically Navi will be on par with RTX 2070 at best unless clocks are over 2 GHz , due to the 256-bit memory bus (so probably the same memory bandwidth as Vega 64) and the likely retention of 64 ROPs on GCN designs.

Given the product stack has RX 580 / RX 590 at ~$200 pricepoint, to expect it to undercut RTX 2070 for 50% less ($250) is quite unrealistic.

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Wait for NAVI for sure. RX 570 will not go up in price. If anything it will go higher.

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