AMD upcoming 300 series pricing leaks

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon' started by mtrai, Jun 6, 2015.

  1. mtrai

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  2. sammarbella

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    Words in links seems to be in the forbidden list, Can you up them to a pastebin text file link?

    http://pastebin.com/

    Edit: thanks to "decipher" the ******** ! :D
     
  3. CalculuS

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    Taken from the site:

    R9 390X = 535EU = 594USD
    R9 390 = 450EU = 500USD
    R9 380 = 299EU = 332USD
    R9 380 = 267EU = 296USD
    R7 370 = 224EU = 248USD
    R7 370 = 192EU = 213USD
    R7 360 = 149EU = 165USD

    Whether the missing X's are intentional or not I do not know.
     
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    Sorry TBH I have never used pastebin..so not sure how to embed it.
     

  5. sammarbella

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    It's a simple online text board to share texts and/or links with a minimal text editor with a single combobox to select what programming language to use (if any) you can write any text in it.
     
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    Don't think there are 'X's missing. The differences in the 2 listings for the 380 and 370 are not (380X and 380) or (370X and 370), but for cards 380 and 370 that have vram sizes of 4GB or 2GB - which you neglected to copy over from the original table. So my take is that there are no prices in that table for the 380X and 370X.
     
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    Those USA prices are way off from that same article on web site. Is there more than 1 article?
     
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    Yes, there are 2 articles.

    First is a Swedish article: http://www.sweclockers.com/nyhet/20623-amd-radeon-300-serien-dyker-upp-i-prislista

    Second article refers to first : http://www.*******.com//amd-300-series-gpu-pricing-leaked/

    This first table here is from the original post from the Swedish website and is conversion of Swedish prices in Kroner to US Dollars:

    R9 390X = 535EU = 594USD
    R9 390 = 450EU = 500USD
    R9 380 = 299EU = 332USD
    R9 380 = 267EU = 296USD
    R7 370 = 224EU = 248USD
    R7 370 = 192EU = 213USD
    R7 360 = 149EU = 165USD

    These prices include a 25% VAT (Value Added Tax- or sales tax) which is applicable in Sweden.

    The lower priced list of $USD prices are, as the second article explains, once we take away the VAT which is 25% in Sweden.

    R9 390X = 535EU = 480 USD
    R9 390 = 450EU = 400 USD
    R9 380 = 299EU = 268 USD
    R9 380 = 267EU = 240 USD
    R7 370 = 224EU = 200 USD
    R7 370 = 192EU = 172 USD
    R7 360 = 149EU = 132 USD

    So this second price list that has the conversion from Kroner to USD is AFTER 25% VAT removed, and might be more in line with the price you will pay (unless you got VAT or sales tax in your country to add on top too).
     
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  9. mtrai

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    Just wanted to say since I am the OP, please take these two websites with a grain a salt as I cannot verify the websites, sources or their information. However this was the first time I have seen prices.
     
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    Wow. € 535 would be very, very agressive pricing on the 390X. I don't think it will be this cheap, but hey, even if it's € 600 it could seriously trouble nVidia.
     

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    It's aggressive only if it is not a rebrand.
     
  12. A M D BugBear

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    How much will be HBM version, same?
     
  13. Athlonite

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    And we all already know that the only non re-brand/badge is Fiji everything else is a re-brand/badge
     
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    Oh yes, thought it was the truely new card, actually it's a 290x 8GB. Not that impressive then...
     
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    So while new 290Xs go for 350 bucks they are planning to sell this rebranded crap for 500+. Lol.
     

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    The thing is, even that link suggests this is Grenada, NOT Hawaii, with Tonga underneath.
    In other words, not rebrands, they're tweaked GCN architecture ala the 285.
    If the overall specs DON'T SUFFER ala 280x to 285, and actually retain the number or increase shaders, and gain clock speed then these could still be decent cards.

    Tonga is stronger than the old Tahiti core spec for spec, so no reason to suggest Grenada or a 'higher fat' Tonga won't be, especially with increased clocks.

    Until we get solid release information, we can't really say how these parts will perform, let alone the supposed AMD Fury.
     
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    http:// wccftech . com /amd-radeon-300-series-pricing-confirmed-aggressive/

    Enthusiast R9 390X 8GB Enhanced Hawaii $389
    Enthusiast R9 390 8GB Enhanced Hawaii $329
    PerformanceR9 380 4GB / R9 380X 3GB
    (NOT CONFIRMED) Tonga $239-$249
    PerformanceR9 380 2GB Tonga $195
    PerformanceR7 370 2GB Pitcairn $135
    PerformanceR7 360 2GB Bonaire $107

    confirmed.. sorta :)
     
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    Interesting.
     
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    interesting prices... but not the ones I'm most interested in! Hoping the fury pricing will be just as aggressive to keep Nvidia in check. Not sure if I'm gonna go AMD or Nvidia yet, but I'm holding out in case AMD shake up the pricing next week.
     
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    It's not just a straight rebrand. It is improved over the 290X in a few ways even if it is based on the same basic chip. It should be noticeably faster.
     

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