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    AMD CEO confimrs high-end Navi graphics cards are on track

    But doesn't provide any hints as to the timescale for the launch / availability of products.
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    Re: AMD CEO confimrs high-end Navi graphics cards are on track

    I can haz high end graphics competition?

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    Re: AMD CEO confimrs high-end Navi graphics cards are on track

    Christ, the high end needs it so bad.

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    Re: AMD CEO confimrs high-end Navi graphics cards are on track

    To Hexus:- you might want to edit the title of the article i.e. "confimrs"

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    Re: AMD CEO confimrs high-end Navi graphics cards are on track

    Quote Originally Posted by =assassin= View Post
    To Hexus:- you might want to edit the title of the article i.e. "confimrs"
    That's art FYI.
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    Re: AMD CEO confimrs high-end Navi graphics cards are on track

    Time to hold off the 2080ti purchase. I need me 4k gaming goodness.

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    Re: AMD CEO confimrs high-end Navi graphics cards are on track

    sooooooo the current RX 5 series has no dedicated ray tracing tech or deep learning stuff, is it fair to compare it with Nvidia cards?

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    Re: AMD CEO confimrs high-end Navi graphics cards are on track

    I'd like to see yeston expand to western markets, they make some good AMD cards - like this baby radeon pro


    Quote Originally Posted by lumireleon View Post
    sooooooo the current RX 5 series has no dedicated ray tracing tech or deep learning stuff, is it fair to compare it with Nvidia cards?
    Radeon also has no g-sync or SLI, and nvidia doesn't have radeon image sharpening

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    Re: AMD CEO confimrs high-end Navi graphics cards are on track

    "Sapphire has already registered Radeon RX 5000 series models out beyond the RX 5700 series that are already available to consumers."

    What does this mean? Sapphire have something available to consumers that is beyond the RX 5700 XT?

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    Re: AMD CEO confimrs high-end Navi graphics cards are on track

    Quote Originally Posted by Stu C View Post
    "Sapphire has already registered Radeon RX 5000 series models out beyond the RX 5700 series that are already available to consumers."

    What does this mean? Sapphire have something available to consumers that is beyond the RX 5700 XT?
    Poorly phrased but means they've registered stuff beyond what is available (i.e. beyond the 5700 is being registered but isn't available).

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    Re: AMD CEO confimrs high-end Navi graphics cards are on track

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    Christ, the high end needs it so bad.
    I have this problem with my own high end.

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    Re: AMD CEO confimrs high-end Navi graphics cards are on track

    Quote Originally Posted by Xlucine View Post
    I'd like to see yeston expand to western markets, they make some good AMD cards - like this baby radeon pro


    Radeon also has no g-sync or SLI, and nvidia doesn't have radeon image sharpening
    Radeon has Freesync and Crossfire? I know that gsync is better (and substantially more expensive) but still, serves the same purpose with near indistinguishable results.

    Quote Originally Posted by philehidiot View Post
    I have this problem with my own high end.
    I can get you some pills for thay, i know a gal...

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    Re: AMD CEO confimrs high-end Navi graphics cards are on track

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    Radeon has Freesync and Crossfire? I know that gsync is better (and substantially more expensive) but still, serves the same purpose with near indistinguishable results.
    My point is that every GPU vendor will have their own special features, it's rare for them to be good enough that you can't compare GPUs

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