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This is what I would do with Microcenter near me: CPU: Intel Core i7-5820k - $319.99 @ Microcenter Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-X99-Phoenix - $309.99 @ Microcenter You are also going to need memory: G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) - $61.99 @ Newegg Reason why I wouldn't go with Broadwell-E is the 5820k will last you quite a while, and by the time you are ready to drop in something more powerful the used market for current gen Xeons will seriously drop in price....
Is there another thread somewhere else on another forum where they are publicizing these bench runs?
Seems to be a problem where they cannot get the card to go below 0C: Looks like there will be a need for an LN2 bios of some sort to be able to see what it can really do when cooling is not an issue. But pretty solid run @ 1600/2300:
Remember the frame pacing problem with Crossfire though years back? Bad frame times caused major stuttering and hitching. Then eventually the media investigated the issue, which is around the time where FCAT became popular. So it wasn't until the media explained to the public why this issue exists with Crossfire, that later on AMD finally acknowledged the problem and implemented a fix.So there has been Crossfire related issues where AMD was forced to provide a fix. So the...
You think if AMD is releasing a dual-GPU card, they aren't going to push for optimization with Crossfire? Further improving their drivers for other cards as well? It is their ticket to the competitive market with the 1070 and 1080. While in the past Crossfire has had serious issues with support, if the 490 is the flagship product and is a dual-GPU card. Pushing for better driver optimization and Crossfire support will be a part of their plan. And then of course there is...
At $500 it's basically giving you 1080 performance stock, it would be a winner amongst gamers.http://www.tweaktown.com/articles/7770/amd-radeon-rx-480-crossfire-beating-geforce-gtx-1080-4k/index6.htmlWould be great for that Monitor upgrade I have been planning to do, Freesync monitors are so much cheaper compared to G-Sync. I think a 490 (as dual 480's) + Freesync Monitor would be the way to go.
If this is what the 490 turns out to be, I would definitely be interested in this card. I said in another thread give me dual 480's on one PCB watercooled like a 295x2.It's not like AMD hasn't used "90" before to denote a dual-GPU card:http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814202036http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814102927
Well, in 6 months they are going to release four main cards as they are the only ones with an RX prefix. The rest are either mobile, OEM, or low end cards (not really hard to release a bunch of cut down low end SKUs or rebrands in 6 months):
Veracity wise you could go to this link a week ago: https://www.amd4u.com/amdgamepromo/Click Eligibility, and all those cards in the pic would have been present:https://m.reddit.com/r/pcmasterrace/comments/4qeqb5/full_amd_400_series_lineup_revealed_rx490/However since then, AMD has removed the majority of those cards including the RX 480 which is out now. Based on the date, February 15, 2016 - December 31, 2016. We would have to assume that AMD is planning on launching the...
Here's the thing though, whether or not the Sapphire code directly correlates to 480 8GB. The problem here is not only did the person who make the typo forget to put in the RX before hand. They also seemingly replaced the 8 with a 9. While to most this seems likely because of how close they are on a keyboard. I used to do data entry for a large company that sold computer products, and most of the time when inputting this data to go onto our website. It was reviewed...
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