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Re: Unreleased AMD RX GPU beats RTX 2080 Ti by 17% 2020/01/13 14:33:42 (permalink)
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It will probably be as powerful as a 2070 Super or Radeon VII.

So, it will be roughly as powerful as the already existing AMD RX 5700 XT? No, you make no sense.



The VII and 2070S are about 15% more powerful than the 5700XT at similar clocks.
 
Yeah, you heard me.

So, as I said, roughly in the same market as the RX 5700 XT? Nope, makes no sense. You trollin'.
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Re: Unreleased AMD RX GPU beats RTX 2080 Ti by 17% 2020/01/13 15:08:11 (permalink)
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It will probably be as powerful as a 2070 Super or Radeon VII.

So, it will be roughly as powerful as the already existing AMD RX 5700 XT? No, you make no sense.



The VII and 2070S are about 15% more powerful than the 5700XT at similar clocks.
 
Yeah, you heard me.

So, as I said, roughly in the same market as the RX 5700 XT? Nope, makes no sense. You trollin'.



We'll see. I'm not optimistic. Releasing something 17% stronger than a strong 2080 Ti would mean it was more than 50% stronger than a VII.  Now that makes no sense. Not to mention a $799 price tag would be far outside the market's price/performance commodity curve.
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Re: Unreleased AMD RX GPU beats RTX 2080 Ti by 17% 2020/01/13 17:12:22 (permalink)
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I'm guessing that AMD will try to get close to RTX 2080ti in performance at a lower cost. If they can do that they could have a winner. I have also heard rumors that NVIDIA will try and cut costs with Ampere. This could be the result of the Navi rumors.
 
AMD's strategy in my opinion will be to try and release Navi as soon as possible. 




Price cuts???.... NO!!!
 
Ampere will have a same TDP or power consumption at the top end according to NVIDIA - - that means 100% improvement over Turing
the 50% better performance at 50% less consumption means you will have more SKU's and maybe more choices as a consumer - sorta like turing with the added supers
with ram prices going up and a significant amount of ram increase to the cards means we won't get a break on pricing
 
in fact Nvidia said we won't see price breaks on top end cards
 
the break you might see is a midsize card at a lower price break beating Navi top end
 

 
   


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Re: Unreleased AMD RX GPU beats RTX 2080 Ti by 17% 2020/01/13 21:13:36 (permalink)
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I'm guessing that AMD will try to get close to RTX 2080ti in performance at a lower cost. If they can do that they could have a winner. I have also heard rumors that NVIDIA will try and cut costs with Ampere. This could be the result of the Navi rumors.
 
AMD's strategy in my opinion will be to try and release Navi as soon as possible. 


 
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Price cuts???.... NO!!!
 
Ampere will have a same TDP or power consumption at the top end according to NVIDIA - - that means 100% improvement over Turing
the 50% better performance at 50% less consumption means you will have more SKU's and maybe more choices as a consumer - sorta like turing with the added supers
with ram prices going up and a significant amount of ram increase to the cards means we won't get a break on pricing
 
in fact Nvidia said we won't see price breaks on top end cards
 
the break you might see is a midsize card at a lower price break beating Navi top end
 


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Re: Unreleased AMD RX GPU beats RTX 2080 Ti by 17% 2020/01/13 21:20:19 (permalink)
Unbiased? yet He speaks about Nvidia only🤦 the irony🙄

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Re: Unreleased AMD RX GPU beats RTX 2080 Ti by 17% 2020/01/13 21:38:42 (permalink)
ive have owned both AMD and NVidia cards personally
i do installs for people that buy AMD as well as Nvidia
 
do i have a personal choice - yeah best performance with the least hiccups and best driver support
not to mention pushing the envelope faster than AMD on new features
 
so don't say i never like AMD or used AMD ..i'll be a fan again when they get their Sh'itza together
 
its all those added engineers and programmers that give Nvidia the edge 
and they specialize in GPU
 
not like intel with too many fingers in too many baskets and AMD that sorta in the same boat
they were sitting prettier before they bought ATI - and once they did the purchase were under water for years - which mounts to the numbers of years both the CPU and GPU division suffered
no $$$ for R&D or limited
 
just be thankful Intel sat on it ass for like what is it now 5-6 years for 10nm - if intel was pushing it AMD would be left in the dust
 
now if AMD didn't gut the GPU division(to put the resources into the CPU division) maybe they be sitting prettier than they are now
maybe it's the real reason raj left rather than there was no way to advance higher in the company
 
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Re: Unreleased AMD RX GPU beats RTX 2080 Ti by 17% 2020/01/14 03:54:37 (permalink)
Only took AMD about a year and a half after NVIDIA's release to catch up. Really the 2080Ti will be about two years old before this is released. Sorry but I feel AMD is all but missing this round. That said it will be interesting to find out how the next generation of NVIDIA cards does against the current generation. It could be as we have seen in the past that the 2080Ti will be about equal to a 3080 (guessing that would be the name). If this card comes in at around an equal price range as a 3080 then it would be very interesting.

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Re: Unreleased AMD RX GPU beats RTX 2080 Ti by 17% 2020/01/14 05:17:33 (permalink)
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Sorry but I feel AMD is all but missing this round.

All but missing? Quietly, AMD's RX 5700 XT is selling like crazy; and I presume that its lower-end cards are doing fine too.
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