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Zotac GTX 1080 AMP! Extreme 8 GB

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Video Card(s) AMD RX480 -> ... nope still the same :'(
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boy a 9.9, this videocard is near perfection seemingly.........
 
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Yes, the Fury and Fury X are doing way better then they used to. And again, If it weren't because of Anno 2205 and Assassin's Creed: Syndicate, the final performance summary would have shown a much bigger gap, compared to Nvidia's competitors.

Actually what is more remarkable is the 480 now beating the 1060. At 1080p it's just ahead but at 1440p it's significantly faster. This is a complete reversal from the launch performance although W1zzard was using nearly all old games when they were benched at launch.

We also know you can get slightly more performance from overclocking the 480 as opposed to the 1060 so it beats it all ends up as far as I'm concerned as power draw and heat is so low for both cards.
 
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Actually what is more remarkable is the 480 now beating the 1060. At 1080p it's just ahead but at 1440p it's significantly faster. This is a complete reversal from the launch performance although W1zzard was using nearly all old games when they were benched at launch.

We also know you can get slightly more performance from overclocking the 480 as opposed to the 1060 so it beats it all ends up as far as I'm concerned as power draw and heat is so low for both cards.

??? The 1060 6GB beats the 480 8GB.

Nobody would buy the 1060 3GB, surely?
 
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Video Card(s) Zotac GTX 1080 AMP! Extreme
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Im really happy to have bought this card.
 
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