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So where is the 380X aka the 280X aka the 7970?

Thought it was going to be out already. Want one to play with. Hoping Asus has the balls to release a matrix version

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Title is wrong, 380X is going to be a different architecture than the 280X/7970. Tahiti is over.

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Title is wrong, 380X is going to be a different architecture than the 280X/7970. Tahiti is over.

Semantics. Tonga is pretty much an optimized version of Tahiti

Core I7 5960X / Gigabyte X99 SOC Force / Kingston 16GB DDR4 3000 / EVGA GTX 980 Classified's In Quad SLI / EVGA 1600W G2

Core I7 6700K / Asus Z170 Maximus VIII Hero / Corsair 16GB DDR4 3000 / MSI R9 290X Lightning / EVGA 1600W T2

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Semantics. Tonga is pretty much an optimized version of Tahiti

So either AMD is too cheap to let us X-fire our old cards or they're dissimilar enough to not let them be compatible.

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Same time as the Skylake i3 xxxx, ala Haswell i3 xxxx

If anyone asks you never saw me.

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280x aka 7970GE aka 7970 :P 

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Semantics. Tonga is pretty much an optimized version of Tahiti

380X is Tonga XT, 280X is Tahiti XT - big differences :P

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