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01-16-2020 05:57 PM
99belle99
Quote: Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er View Post
The problem with GCN is that is stopped scaling in 2013 with 290x.
I don't know. I had a 290 and then a Fury X and then a Vega 56 and I always saw improvements to performance on each. I currently have a 5700 XT and that was also an improvement. But that's RDNA the other's GCN.
01-10-2020 07:37 PM
ZealotKi11er
Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
If it's true they might actually be able to compete with the RTX 3080 on time.
How much faster would 3080 Ti be over 2080 Ti? 50% at most? If its less they have to drop prices below $1200. If its that or more they will keep. The only think we have to worry about is how will RDNA scale. If it can scale then they can reach whatever level they want. The problem with GCN is that is stopped scaling in 2013 with 290x.
01-10-2020 07:30 PM
skupples
Quote: Originally Posted by Dogzilla07 View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by LancerVI View Post
Ok there killer of dreams and destroyer of hopes........jeeeeze.

You're right of course, but damn! I was hoping against hope.
Glad to be of service xD, I was a dreamer as well, CES 2018,2019, and both times no, or almost no news, and similar time frames for ~computex.

Just adjusted my expectations based on 2 consecutive years of the same outcome, now 3rd year in a row.

Similarly with actual clocks, one of my main reasons to pull the gun and get a first gen ryzen back in 2017 was expecting that, oh well even if the clocks, raw performance, and OC headroom aren't there, I'll just plug a ryzen 3000 in 2019 and be golden.

However, as we all know, that didn't pan out, the whole series doesn't have that much OC headroom in the ~$250 range, the raw performance of the 3600 is better, but below my expectations, It just isn't worth it to change a 1600. So I'm being optimistic for 4600 [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG]
I have set an expectation of AMD gobbling up nearly all of the OC potential in ryZen at stock.
Twist - it’s actually Scarlett!

Jk jk

When is the question. Force nv to drop the TI super, n beat it by 2%? Then what when 3080 comes in a few very short months. Or maybe the 2080ti S just wont ever come.

We know 2080ti with super memory alone is 10% faster.

Side note - I’m convinced the passage of time is accelerating
01-10-2020 05:39 PM
lightsout
Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
A 5700 XT or Radeon VII game perfectly on a 1440p VESA Adaptive-Sync monitor.
Agreed, the 5700(non-XT) that I got for $275 does great on a 1440p 144 monitor. I don't run everything maxed out completely. But I play shooters anyways.
01-10-2020 04:22 PM
WannaBeOCer
Quote: Originally Posted by writer21 View Post
Man please be true. Just purchased a freesync 1440p monitor and I'm really hoping to switch sides. Nvidia prices are crazy and just like I made the switch from Intel to Ryzen I would be willing to do the same with GPU's. Tired of being ripped off.
A 5700 XT or Radeon VII game perfectly on a 1440p VESA Adaptive-Sync monitor.
01-10-2020 04:00 PM
LancerVI
Quote: Originally Posted by PriestOfSin View Post
Nvidia still has the 3080Ti to drop, most likely.
Top performance at any price is not what most are looking for, I would venture.

I have no illusions about a potential 2080ti killer being cheap, but I'll bet it won't be anywhere near as expensive. I also have no doubt that if true, nVidia would reclaim the crown in short order. Even so, it doesn't matter what nVidia does. There are plenty of disaffected people who would gladly "settle" for a top tier card at a lower cost.

I will not pay the prices that nVidia currently demand. I just won't do it and I think there are many like me.
01-09-2020 05:11 PM
PriestOfSin
Quote: Originally Posted by ToTheSun! View Post
I'm having a hard time believing, so long after the 7970, that AMD could possibly match or beat nVidia in a timely fashion. Tremendous if true, though.
Nvidia still has the 3080Ti to drop, most likely.
01-09-2020 05:09 PM
writer21
Quote: Originally Posted by Zam15 View Post
Saw that, if true exactly what I've been waiting for! Need to up my VR performance.
Man please be true. Just purchased a freesync 1440p monitor and I'm really hoping to switch sides. Nvidia prices are crazy and just like I made the switch from Intel to Ryzen I would be willing to do the same with GPU's. Tired of being ripped off.
01-09-2020 04:53 PM
keikei
Quote: Originally Posted by Zam15 View Post
Saw that, if true exactly what I've been waiting for! Need to up my VR performance.

The thing is, many ppl are assuming this is the 5800XT, maybe its the nonXT.
01-09-2020 03:52 PM
DNMock
Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
If it's true they might actually be able to compete with the RTX 3080 on time.
That depends on Nvidia to be honest. They have a lot of headroom to play with on the node shrink.
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