Polaris replacement doesn't mean Polaris performance. In fact, the AdoredTV Navi leak actually make a lot of sense when put alongside the Radeon 7: RX 3060 = RX 580/GTX 1060 RX 3070 = Vega 56/GTX 1070/RTX 2060 RX 3080 = Vega 64 + 15%/GTX 1080/RTX 2070 Radeon VII = Vega 64 + 25%/GTX 1080 Ti/RTX 2080 The only issue now is the leaked prices no longer make sense. I can entirely believe that AMD intended to be disruptive in the marketplace and have RRP as low as the leak, which would return some sanity to the midrange GPU prices, but now they have free reign to bump the prices up because of the same circumstances that (I believe) allowed Radeon VII to be a thing in the first place. For example, a RX 3080 at $250 would have been great (and let's be honest, that's what GTX 1080 performance should cost in 2019), but there's no way an additional 10% performance going up to Radeon VII is worth a $450 premium, even with the 16GB HBM. As a result I can see AMD slapping another $100 or so onto the leaked Navi prices to bring things a bit more in line. Which is a shame, because I for one am not paying $350-400 for GTX 1080 performance towards the ass end of 2019. I would very much like to be proven wrong though, especially as I feel there's a bigger Navi waiting in the wings (i.e. the leaked RX 3080 is a cut-down Navi 10, which leaves a full-fat Navi 10 to replace the Radeon VII). But I've spoken about this a few times before, I shan't repeat myself.