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ASUS Radeon R9 380 STRIX-R9380-DC2OC-2GD5-GAMING 2GB Video Card $125AR @Newegg

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So they are getting rid of inventory before rx480 comes out.
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SO tempted. Not sure if I should wait for prices to drop more :/
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AND RX480: NEWEGGS Soon IN STOCK !!!
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So I know that AMD GPUs used to be a no-go for acceleration in Premiere Pro shake head. I heard that that changed recently. Can anyone confirm or deny please?
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Quote from mdfroid View Post :
So I know that AMD GPUs used to be a no-go for acceleration in Premiere Pro shake head. I heard that that changed recently. Can anyone confirm or deny please?
Adobe is really pushing AMD GPU' so I am not sure where you got that from.

http://www.amd.com/en-us/solution.../solutions

Quote from mrsun01 View Post :
So they are getting rid of inventory before rx480 comes out.
100% correct

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SO tempted. Not sure if I should wait for prices to drop more :/
Prices will probably drop a few more dollar but not a ton more unless they stay on the shelves for another 3-6 months. Pretty much the 480 just made all older AMD cards obsolete.
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Last edited by PeteyTheStriker June 24, 2016 at 09:07 AM
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At this price I'm tempted here. I still have a 4830 that I bought at this price long ago and anything would be a significant upgrade. But maybe I can still save a few more bucks by waiting a week, as I've been waiting a long time.
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how loud is this thing compared to, say, GTX 470 or other mid-high-end nvidia cards?
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Quote from PeteyTheStriker View Post :
Adobe is really pushing AMD GPU' so I am not sure where you got that from.

http://www.amd.com/en-us/solution.../solutions



100% correct



Prices will probably drop a few more dollar but not a ton more unless they stay on the shelves for another 3-6 months. Pretty much the 480 just made all older AMD cards obsolete.
I agree with you about the 480 making the other cards obsolete but why do you think prices for the old cards won't drop? I would figure they'd have to bring them down since the 470 4GB is supposed to be $149.
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it will drop more. I am waiting...
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I agree with you about the 480 making the other cards obsolete but why do you think prices for the old cards won't drop? I would figure they'd have to bring them down since the 470 4GB is supposed to be $149.
Companys are only willing to take a certain loss on inventory over a period of time. They wont drop the cards to far cause the loss will be to large. The reference 480 with 4GB of ram will be $199 and the custom ones will be around $250-$300 with 8GB of ram. My take the higher end cards will drop under $20-$40 within the release of the 480/470. After the older cards sit on the shelves for about 2 months they will drop another $10 or so before heavier discounts happen or the product is sold in bulk to a reseller. Which means the higher end cards will be priced just above the 470 but below the 480, since they can probably out pace the 470, I have not seen benchmarks but thats what I am expecting.
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Last edited by LoudMouthKOOlGuy June 24, 2016 at 03:11 PM
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Maybe I wait for a deal on the 390, to get a little more performance and time out of the card. Or doesn't it matter whether I get the 380 or the 390?
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Who cares about the RX 480, I'm waiting on that sweet RX 460. If the 480 is similar to the GTX 980, then I'm going to speculate that a 460 should be around 960 levels for $100, so until we have definitive benchmarks I'm going to be hunting a 960 down for ~75 or 950 for even less.
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Who cares about the RX 480, I'm waiting on that sweet RX 460. If the 480 is similar to the GTX 980, then I'm going to speculate that a 460 should be around 960 levels for $100, so until we have definitive benchmarks I'm going to be hunting a 960 down for ~75 or 950 for even less.
3D Mark 11 numbers came out recently for both the 470 and 460. For the 460 it was lower than the GTX 950.
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