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Originally Posted by Loophole35 View Post
Still would have rather seen a big Polaris 8-10 months ago.
That's actually true. Polaris itself did clock reasonably high already. So making it bigger would scale performance in linear fashion as long as driver would not hold it back. I think people would not mind another card w/ 512bit IMC if it delivered GTX 1080Ti performance or higher.
(I still think that HBM-like technology is way to go for future. Small footprint, good bandwidth/latency, low power consumption. That's dream for mobile devices.)

Vega with all that special stuff could have been Semi-Pro/Pro chip only.

Btw. I checked prices today again (including our lovely 21% tax).
RX Vega 64 Liquid: 717 Euro
RX Vega 64 Air: 615 Euro
RX Vega 56: Not much space
RX 580 8G: 480~500 Euro (390 Euro for unavailable model, which has some boxes coming within few days)
RX 580 4G: 360 Euro
RX 570 4G: 315 Euro (265 Euro for unavailable model)

So I smell prices going closer to normal very soon.

Last edited by Fox2232; Today at 08:49. Reason: typo
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