the selling price of the RX cards? not sure your watching the market but they are sold out and set above MSRP.. strong interest in the cards.
GAAP profitable next quarter. All RX cards are being sold out in large numbers.. Same revenue as Q2. Shows profitable. Expect a run to 8PPS after that.
Generally it will be positive. Shows strong interesting in GPUs. But we already knew this from sold out RX cards
I'm guessing 8 to 9pps after Q3. 10-12PPS after Zen. If Zen does well. well 14-16 pps without batting an eye.
Absolutely. 7 will be the new base soon. Healthy profit taking is over along with reconciliation. Considering the massive sales on the RX470 and RX480 lines along with ramped up production on Consoles for holidays Q3 earnings are going to look AMAZING!
Naa from all accounts they are churning them out at high speed.
I agree there should be custom mining boards made by AMD. Something with high Flops but poor API support. basically a low power mining GPU...
It would be a horrible move. What developer will port from Xbox1, PS4, and PC (All X86) to Wii? Eurogamer has been wrong before about Nintendo using NV, this is pure speculation.
without a doubt it's a short squeeze. The report wasn't that impressive. 175k in net adds but no profit return. doesn't look great.
NVDA has been known to blacklist reviewers from their products for bad reviews. So a lot of them are scared to say anything negative in return for never receiving another review unit.
AMD learned from all the previous #$%$ Nvidia never had better tech. They had closed APIs. They would bribe developers to use GameWorks and close it so AMD couldn't develop drivers to work with it. As a result hair and other textures would ruin FPS. Now with Xbox, PS4, and Wii support AMD might be making small margins but they have a hand in what APIs get pushed for PC. It was a genesis move. I just kind of wish they would also close source it so NVIDA products would suffer (serves them right!) But at least keeping it open source allows Linux development and more likely for game developers to use.
more than likely they have a system in place that auto posts. This system is now broken till they can adapt the software to the new format.
Also a lot of people are starting to see the benefit of strong dx12 and vulkan support in AMD. Certainly seeing a 25 to even 50% bump in performance with doom using vulkan helps reassure people that The rx 480 is a better long term buy. Not to mention off course the closed nvidia systems like g sync asking for a high premium that AMDs freesync matches at a considerably lower cost to consumers
My guess is earnings. Lisa is a smart woman. She's enjoying her bonus and pay raise, i think she's going to continue to make investors happy and well timed announcements are a part of that. I also can't help but notice that earnings are after the Aib cards are being released. If the buying frenzy continues we can see some very healthy sales figures for the rx 480 and even rx 470 during the earnings with promises of continued ip deals and zen/vega in 2017
You want good advice? Do research on a company, their product line, their previous potential and come to a conclusion on their future PPS. Set that price and go long term.. Your buddies advice doesn't count in the fact that each time your selling your resetting the clock on the one year long term holding status. I expect us to be at 12PPS by July 2017... If you are holding enough shares and have a sell of 50% or more at 12pps and that figure hits you'll be looking at on average 15-20% more in taxes... If you're holding a small amount of shares it doesn't matter but when you start playing with the big boys that 15-20% in taxes makes a big difference.
#$%$ is this. are you posting about the GTX 1080? this old news buck-o.. And the GTX 1060 direct competition to the RX480 was 8% faster till the recent driver updates brought that down to 4-5% faster in DX 11 games and most likely 5-10% SLOWER in DX12 games. But then there is the obvious fact that the GTX 1060 will come with 2GB Vram less at 6gb vs 8gb on the AMD RX480 and the increased expense of a G-Sync monitor vs a Freesync monitor. The RX480 still holds the reins here.