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VEGA 64 UK PRICES

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by denner, Aug 11, 2017.

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  1. V F

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    Surely you're not saying it is tribal? Surely not...
     
  2. String

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    Obviously retail price gouging won't help AMD, but product flying off the shelf will.
     
  3. AlamoX

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    my guess is that most of retailers will set the prices with miners in mind, if it flies off the shelves they will increase, if not they will gradualy decrease, but i don't think we will see vega at MSRP anytime soon
     
  4. Toss3

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    Why would miners buy them? Pretty sure TweakTown already confirmed the RX Vegas aren't going to be great cards for mining.
     
  5. AlamoX

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    with 70h, vega = 2 RX580, maybe with undervolting and better tweaking they could get more, think of it as extra stock of rx580 with better pricing, since 35h would cost you 250-300$ instead of the 500$ that 580s sells for right now.
     
  6. Zeed

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    Nope you missed price list in vega topic or woot?? Liquud rx costs more than 1080ti
     
  7. Gerard

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    We don't know that yet.
     
  8. Zeed

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    RX Vega 64 (Black) RX Vega 64 (Limited) RX Vega 64 (Liquid)
    Official MSRP 499 USD 599 USD 699 USD
    ShopBlt (US) 650 USD 650 USD 758 USD
    LambdaTek (UK) 703 GBP 703 GBP 789 GBP
    Eurozone 599 EUR 599 EUR 699 EUR
    Japan 73,800 YPN 73,800 YPN 85,800 YPN
    Mdcomputers (India) 71,500 INR 72,725 INR 85,350 INR
    PCThemes (Singapore) 999 SGD – 1149 SGD
     
  9. Zeed

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    U srill lining on the amd dreamworld?? Even at msrp liquid is 650 pounds AT LEAST
     
  10. Gerard

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    As i said, nothing is set in stone until monday.
     
  11. Zeed

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  12. smilertoo

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    I thought the makers dont want game cards in the hands of miners, they abuse the crap out of them.
     
  13. spoffle

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  14. Gerard

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    I'm not betting anything, i'm going by past history, sometimes gpu prices can change literally in the last few hours before release. So as i said we have to wait for monday to find out what is what.
     
  15. LeMson

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    I'm looking at those palit 1080ti's and thinking should i :X
     
  16. Gerard

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    Well its doubtful vega is ti performance level so don't see why not. Though waiting to Monday isn't a bad idea either :)
     
  17. D.P.

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    Except Vega hashrate is closer to 34-37
     
  18. Toss3

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    They said nowhere near 100MH/s, so my guess would be closer to 40MH/s (like the FE).
     
  19. Toss3

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    That would be my guess also. Maybe over 40MH/s with the right tweaks (both from AMD and developer). Probably an attempt by the manufacturer to get miners interested and snap them up before seeing the real performance(if they were close to 100MH/s getting one on day one would be every miner's top priority).
     
  20. ubersonic

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    If the rumours of close to 100MH/s were true then that would make them profitable at over £1000, it would be such a priority that miners would probably be offering to buy cards from gamers for higher than their purchase price lol.
     
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