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Old 06-12-18, 10:22 AM
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AMD Navi release timeframe leaked, power consumption set to be "surprising"

Will Navi 10 target RTX 2080 performance?



Read more about Navi's rumoured release date and performance targets.

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Old 06-12-18, 10:40 AM
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If it really is 2080 performance minus the ray tracing that would be immense, I can see it being true considering Vega 64 in a fair few titles is nipping on the heels of a 1080 Ti, So AMD's next GPU Navi being just shy or on par with a 2080 which is basically on par with a 1080 Ti, Is very possible.
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So the rumor mill just completely abandoned the previous rumor they held for quite some time a few months ago that Navi was a 580 replacement and now instead is going for a 2080? Quite a big difference lol
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No one has claimed 2080 performance. It seems there's some confusion.

It's the 580 replacement as in price, but supposedly it performs like a Vega 64, or 1080. Not the 2080.
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No one has claimed 2080 performance. It seems there's some confusion.

It's the 580 replacement as in price, but supposedly it performs like a Vega 64, or 1080. Not the 2080.
If you read the article it says it will target 2080 performance...
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If you read the article it says it will target 2080 performance...
I suspect a typo. Check out the Adored video.
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Can't wait for the 3060. Especially if it kicks the arse of the 2050 Ti...
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