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** The AMD Navi Thread **

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by subbytna, Aug 20, 2017.

  1. easyrider

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    So glad I bagged a 1080ti on offer before they went EOL ;)

    £499 for a 5700XT is ludicrous :p
     
  2. Besty

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    posted two days ago:

    Stocks This Week: Short Marathon Oil And NVIDIA via @Forbes http://www.forbes.com/sites/greatsp...ocks-this-week-short-marathon-oil-and-nvidia/

    Why? Because AMD has delivered on their 7nm roadmap. If AMD keep delivering their stock will continue to keep rising because people will buy their products at the expense of Nvidia.

    Nobody really judges the blower cooler on either product from either company. If i buy an nvidia blower card the first thing i do is rip it off.
     
  3. Illuminist

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    If you had to speculate on our prices what would your completely stab in the dark figure be ?
     
  4. MyBrains

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    Made in TAIWAN boys n girls. (Trump tariffs not included).

    [​IMG]
     
  5. Illuminist

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    we were talking vega vs 5700 though, not xt
     
  6. Chrisc

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    Yeah exactly
     
  7. Gibbo

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    Parity with USD at launch, after launch is demand is beyond supply, then higher.
    If stock floods market then 5% margin on $499 so roughly £469-£479 best bet, but to be honest if we can only make 5% on a brand new product, for us its not worth our time or effort, hence I suspect reference cards to have USD/GBP parity so $499 be £599, then custom cards will be more expensive like they always are, look at 2080, we hit £599 on cheaper cards, but cards like Asus Strix and Sapphire Nitro will generally always carry some kind of premium.

    Of course if NVIDIA move price or release new product that could force AMD to re-think the pricing, but NVIDIA is an unknown, the $100 price cuts won't happen because then 2060 would be under 1660ti so sometimes I laugh at what I read, because a manufacturer has to maintain its stack and maintain its margins, $100 could happen on older 2080 to clear, but anything on 2070 and 2060 would be much smaller to none existent.
     
  8. FoxEye

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    There is a middle ground between over-charging and making a loss. You would think :p
     
  9. Gibbo

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    Most people in UK pay 20% VAT so circa £500. :)
     
  10. FoxEye

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    $499 = £599 :p I'm sure that's a typo but if not... :p
     
  11. Gibbo

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    $499 is reference, custom cards will be more.
    $499 is £499 with VAT.
     
  12. TonyTurbo78

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    Nope, won’t even touch it. Had that performance 2 years ago in a card I’m still rocking today. Got a 1080ti in my other rig so I’m fine to pass on this, there’s no upgrade from a big overclocking Vega64 at the moment.
     
  13. Jono8

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  14. RavenXXX2

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    lol not a good way to shed the hot and loud meme is it.
     
  15. Sargatanas2511

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    The reference is $449, the 50th anniversary edition is $499.
     
  16. LePhuronn

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    So slash another £50 quid off Gibbo's prices because the XT was announced at $449, not $499
     
  17. Satchfanuk

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    When does the NDA lift and reviews appear?
     
  18. Chrisc

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    When does the card launch for purchase?
     
  19. FoxEye

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    Or keep it there because the non-reference will be more expensive.

    Your ASUS non-refs for example will probably be £520+ :p
     
  20. shankly1985

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    Someone like myself who classes himself as a competitive player am excited to try out anti lag from navi.
    Pricing aside I do like what I see here with navi they is some cool features coming along with the GPU a driver feature like DLSS and Anti lag basically drawing a frame ahead of the competition might not seem much but I can definitely say in a competitive shooter like csgo 1 frame is alot.

    I'll be hanging onto my Vega 64 a little long all about 2020 with navi 20 for me.