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I still believe that the two editorials about the WHQL driver and AMD not trusting it's own processors for the Quantum did the damage.

An unfair review can create a negative image for a product. An unfair editorial can create a negative image for a whole company. The first one you can deal with it. Improve your product. The second one you can't deal with it, or at least it will take much more time. No matter what you do, no matter how good products you will make, people will be negative towards you for a long time.

If a company can't deal with a negative editorial, or negative PR in general (something written by every newspaper in every country known to mankind on a daily basis), then they probably shouldn't be a company any more.

NVidia went through a shitstorm with the 3.5GB thing. Did that stop them from sending future press samples to every site which wrote about it?

Nope.
 
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I don't think W1zz pissed AMD... it's more like his statement "AMD is fucked" meaning they're already, as it is... in deep waters when the 970 came out, gets noticed & reviewed. If AMD couldn't care less & sends in their R9 300 Series cards, then there's someone in AMD who are very sensitive against offensive words, and happens to be working in the PR dept. Just my assumption but this could be the reason why TPU didn't get a sample card. Anyways, with every other reviews saying the Nano has a terrible coil whine, I think AMD's reputation has gone down the drain yet again.
 
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@RCoon the 970's shitstorm did not even stop Nvidia from conquering what they have yet to achieve & here there are... holding it in their hands. Why? It's still a killer 1080p card with potent performance on 1440p for under $350, in which AMD barely doing their best to create a 970 killer for that price range.
 
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@RCoon the 970's shitstorm did not even stop Nvidia from conquering what they have yet to achieve & here there are... holding it in their hands. Why? It's still a killer 1080p card with potent performance on 1440p for under $350, in which AMD barely doing their best to create a 970 killer for that price range.

Oh I don't disagree, but it's still the same principle :)

Also, try to use the edit button please!
 
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If a company can't deal with a negative editorial, or negative PR in general (something written by every newspaper in every country known to mankind on a daily basis), then they probably shouldn't be a company any more.

NVidia went through a shitstorm with the 3.5GB thing. Did that stop them from sending press samples to every site which wrote about it?

Nope.
Nvidia didn't send a Titan Z to PCPer. He mentioned it in their latest podcast. Nothing to do with 970, but not all sites, get all hardware, from all companies. Even if Tom Petersen is constantly there giving interviews. So, this time, TPU doesn't get a Nano, and other sites that are considered from some as Nvidia biased, get one. F logic?

I don't object to your comment, but if those editorials can't be a reason, then the reviews can't be either. At least that's what I believe. I don't know what or if they where thinking at AMD, when they decided to not sent a nano to TPU, but the fact is that looking WHO got a Nano, I don't think it has anything to do with reviews. Maybe I am also wrong about the editorials. Maybe we are all wrong trying to find any logic in their decision. KitGuru was directly attacking AMD a few months ago for not getting a Fury X. I mean, direct attack and baning who ever was posting in favor of AMD in the comments. They got a Nano now. F logic.
 

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Roy made it perfectly clear. Plenty 'fair' reviews out there.

I like how all those 'fair' reviews have slammed it's noise output. Maybe AMD wont send any cards out to anyone anymore?

TBH - I think the more we read the reviews, the more of a mystery it becomes. W1zzard would have had the same conclusion as most - excellent product but very niche, a tad expensive and too noisy. That is the general consensus. The sites that are lapping up Nano's balls obviously have already forgotten about Fury X but as I keep saying - Fury X and Nano are contrived siblings. AMD thought how best to carve out products from a very poor set of options and this is what they made. Fury X, no custom models. Nano, no custom models. And something in between that cant be confused with either (an air cooled bigger card). Seriously, this is what AMD have done - it's not a plain, top SKU down to bottom SKU, it's a same SKU but given different clothes and some minor tweaks.

I don't blame AMD, the HBM on die step is a massive leap for gfx and AMD MUST be applauded for it. But that very step has made any top to bottom branding impossible. Therefore Fiji exists as a holy Trinity of products but only really differentiated by what cooler got strapped onto it. It's obvious. If AIB's could redesign the Fury X, they'd do things to make Nano look silly.

I hope that AMD get's off it's high horse and lets the partners, Asus in particular, work on the Fury X2 (or whatever). Ares Fury is an awesome product name.

I'd sell my Kingpin for one.
 

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Our R9 Nano is on its way. Review very soon.
 

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Nvidia didn't send a Titan Z to PCPer.

Did you mean Titan X? I don't think Nvidia sent any $3,000 Titan Z out for review samples to any sites.
 
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Did you mean Titan X? I don't think Nvidia sent any $3,000 Titan Z out for review samples to any sites.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=2129&v=AF6aisfTsGw

39:27 Titan Z, but if you see his whole speech - ignore Allyn - it's easy to see that he can't find logic in AMD's decision. The part talking about Nano is only about 6 minutes, but it is interesting to see and hear.

Whatever the reasons, they have to put a rule in Roy's contract. "STOP USING TWEETER" all capital letters.
 
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well all agree about TPU giving us real information , proof and AMAZING quality review.

With all new gear coming out and out no stop, we do need a site that we can trust and assume that site is legit.

I think out there TPU is the greatess site out there abou review, news and people reading here.

Keep up the good work TPU, we love u and i think there some greater review coming for all of us ! :lovetpu::toast:
 

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i cant wait for tpu review of nano..
 
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I hope that AMD get's off it's high horse and lets the partners, Asus in particular, work on the Fury X2 (or whatever). Ares Fury is an awesome product name.

I'd sell my Kingpin for one.

Whooohoho boy yes. Yes.
 

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Nano, no custom models.

A possibility

Anandtech said:
Finally, once the supply situation does improve AMD tells us that we may see some custom R9 Nano cards come later in Q4 of this year. AMD has been very vague on this point, but from what they’re telling us they’re going to be letting partners take a shot at developing Nano designs of their own. So while the launch on September 10th and for the next couple of months after that will be pure reference, we may see some custom designs by the end of the year.


Same time-frame the dual Fury should be coming out. Depending what chip it uses supplies might still be limited

 

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A possibility




Same time-frame the dual Fury should be coming out. Depending what chip it uses supplies might still be limited


Look at her fingers all over those components. Dear dear.

Very limited supplies methinks but hey, perhaps they can ramp them up. TBH, I think as everyone has been saying, Arctic Islands and Pascal will be the next major step. And with AMD's initial experience they hopefully will have a better handle on that release with supply and market segment.

2016 - goodbye GDDR5 for good. Hello all the weirdness of interposer layers and HBM 2.
 
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check out reviews and u'll see why , AMD is charging for NANO and thats the right way to go 'cause lets face it AMD must regain its lost market share
Nano is marketing - not market share. AMD have to sell cards to increase market share, and 1. AMD aren't selling a lot of Fury's of any flavour, and 2. The Fury doesn't really have the Halo Effect going for it. Kudos to AMD for highlighting the SFF applications, but that is a little undone by reviews that actually tested in a mITX form factor chassis and the fact that the full-Boogie Fury X isn't a large card either.
just to be honest not a single review out there is saying that 980Ti had coil-whine issues , especially G1 Gigabyte , why is that ?
Why is that? Because you don't read reviews? Have selective memory? Who knows? But I'll point you towards something that may help
Something W1zz noted with the reference design also...

So, you were saying something about not a single 980 Ti review commenting on coil noise? Bear in mind, that I spent the grand total of 3 minutes dredging up these two examples.
Very limited supplies methinks but hey, perhaps they can ramp them up.
Doesn't look promising. Nice the yields of the full part are supposedly better than defective parts, but it looks increasingly likely that the Fury is this generations HD 4770, a pipecleaner product for the main show.
 
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Our R9 Nano is on its way. Review very soon.
I really hope that the review isn't sugar coated in an attempt to get back into AMD's good graces. The fact remains that W1zzard is one of very few reviewers who is technically qualified and has the credentials to be reviewing video cards, and isn't merely a parrot who regurgitates the information provided in the press kits. It would be a shame for W1zzard to compromise his integrity to appease AMD. It's hard to be sympathetic towards AMD (and their constant haemorrhaging of money) when their new business strategy seems to be nothing more than dishonesty.
 

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BUMP for an answer... :)
I felt like I was being ignored but, I wasn't going to be the first one to say something after asking. In all seriousness, I'm curious because I want to know if AMD was like, "Oh, that PR stunt went over badly," or if W1zz deemed getting one important enough despite not being given a review sample.

@btarunr or @W1zzard , can we get an answer on this one or is there a reason for it staying hush hush?
 

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W1zzard is AFK for the weekend

Meaning he's out in the German night scene, furiously gyrating his hips to the beats of early 90's synthesizers, fueled by alcohol and ghb and whatever people manage to slip into his waggling drinks.
 
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Meaning he's out in the German night scene, furiously gyrating his hips to the beats of early 90's synthesizers, fueled by alcohol and ghb and whatever people manage to slip into his waggling drinks.
Sounds like an awesome nite!!!! sur3e beats dealing with amd_roy's bullshit
 
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