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AMD - A New Era In PC Gaming

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Could you please provide me with Retailers in Denmark ? I'm always interested in having more sources to buy from.

 

We have http://www.edbpriser.dk where you can actually price search all products.


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We have http://www.edbpriser.dk where you can actually price search all products.

Here are some more PC hardware price comparison sites:

For DE / UK : http://geizhals.eu/

For NL / BE: http://tweakers.net/pricewatch/& http://be.hardware.info/prijsvergelijker


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It's not like another company hasn't done the same. The TITAN Z has a ~500w (2x 250w) power requirement even though Nvidia is lying up and down with 375w on their product page. Fiji sucks 25w more power than the R9 290X and the Fury X2 will suck 50w more than the R9 295x2. Although the performance gain is so drastic at the cost of a few extra watts which is why Fiji is still extremely good in performance per watt. I haven't heard of anyone blowing up their PSU from running either a TITAN Z or the R9 295x2.

Yeah, but 295X2 has had issues running off a single PCIe power strand and sometimes a single rail (if on a multi-rail PSU).


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Yeah, but 295X2 has had issues running off a single PCIe power strand and sometimes a single rail (if on a multi-rail PSU).

That's why I always point people towards single rail units. You could overload one of the rails if you go multiple rail.

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4 minutes ago, SirNumbers said:

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Soooooo.... only 4GB HBM?! Come on AMD give it at least 6! 4 GB is "Good Enough for most people but when these are enthusiast grade cards which people are going to want to run at 4k...... 4GB is not enough


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