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Previously it was known that AMD are planning to launch 2 Polaris 10 GPUs (67DF and 67C0)
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Specifications can be found here: http://ranker.sisoftware.net/show_device.php?q=c9a598ae99dd9ba1e2d6f097aa87b690e2dfefc9a09dac8ae2dfeaccb489b89efb9ea393b5c6fbc2&l=en

67DF (Polaris 10) have been found on GFXBench and here is a comparison against R9 390X



I would guess that the Polaris 10 above is the one with disabled shaders. R9 290 was 10% slower than 290X, so I would guess you can add 5-15% for Polaris 10 to find the full Polaris 10 performance.

Videocardz found more, also Polaris 11 GPUs
http://videocardz.com/59468/amd-polaris-10-and-11-opengl-benchmarks-spotted

So it looks like disabled Polaris 10 is close to R9 390 in performance and full Polaris 10 is close to 390X.
I would like to add something that backs up that as well as the benchmark above, and that is a post from Chiphell today where they write that full Polaris 10 (Ellesmere XT) = 390X
 

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Nvm, what you posted is conpletely useless since a GTX 950 beats the Polaris in the VC link.
Its not useless. My comparison above against R9 390X is perfectly comparable since its AMD vs AMD.
The one Videocardz use is not comparable since its Nvidia vs AMD and they both perform different under OpenCL/GL
 

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GG, AMD failed again. and 1070 will cost 500$ now.

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GG, AMD failed again. and 1070 will cost 500$ now.

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There was a comment earlier from one of our forum members that he spoke to someone in the industry and the full Polaris 10 perform like 390X.
The one above is the disabled one. The full Polaris 10 is probably 15% ish faster than that. Which puts it close to 390X

Guess it was true all along
 

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Nvm, what you posted is conpletely useless since a GTX 950 beats the Polaris in the VC link.
Linux is incredibly fast. (That GTX 950 is running at Linux.)
 

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It needs to be $300 for the full one. Maybe 230 for disabled? I'm going to get ripped off either way. Lets hope Vega will beat Pro Duo or else I will have to live with Polaris CF.
 

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Added a leak from Chiphell in OP that was posted today that explains where both Polaris 10 GPUs will lay in terms of performance
 

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Do you guys thinknits more likely that AMD will follow the 7800 series pricing, with full Polaris 10 at 350 and disabled at 250? 7870 beats 6970, Polaris matches 390X/Fury
 

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They better start dropping the price on the 390x otherwise polaris 10 isnt very compelling, especially at this price and performance....
 

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Crazy to think that the people that use 290X have no other reason to get Polaris 10 other than power efficiency.
I was expecting more from AMD than this.

The heck
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if the best card AMD offers this year is a card that performs like 390X, which performed like a 3 year old 290X, then I hope VEGA comes like January 1st 00:01 AM 2017.

This is a rumor that makes me very sad. 390X performance is nothing to cheer for. Roughly that performance could be had for 250$ 2 years ago.
 

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Crazy to think that the people that use 290X have no other reason to get Polaris 10 other than power efficiency.
I was expecting more from AMD than this.

The heck
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Calm your tatats, and wait for release. it could be just a mobile version.
 

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Crazy to think that the people that use 290X have no other reason to get Polaris 10 other than power efficiency.
I was expecting more from AMD than this.

The heck
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Agreed what the heck AMD!

Unless there is going to be extra overclocking headroom that might push the performance over 290-390 cards when extra cooling is involved
 

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It's not mad fast or anything, but the full Polaris 10 will be good enough for most gamers with VR but no heavy 4k requirements.

If they price it to beat Nvidia's offerings in performance/price ratio it could still be quite successful.
 
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