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    AMD RADEON RX 480 BENCHMARK / GAME TESTS REVIEW / 1080p, 1440p, 4K

    AMD RADEON RX 480 BENCHMARK / GAME TESTS REVIEW / 1080p, 1440p, 4K

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    Still want a 1080 (once they come down from $20,000 Amazon price)

    Dude, pick a stance; don't just post videos.

    ugh too much booze...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Huge View Post
    Still want a 1080 (once they come down from $20,000 Amazon price)

    Dude, pick a stance; don't just post videos.

    ugh too much booze...
    Of course you want. GTX 1080 is much faster.
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    AND the overclocking tests ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kobol72 View Post
    Of course you want. GTX 1080 is much faster.
    Yes. Yes they are. (Which I guess is the point).
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    If I was on a budget, I would seriously consider getting one of these (provided they finally fixed their drivers)

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    I like to dual boot to Linux, so Radeon is not on my list of graphic cards. If and when they get better driver support, I will see at that time. It could take a good while
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