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Will there come a r9 280 ?
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So, the 280X is a 7970Ghz edition and the 280 is a regular 7970?
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Pretty sure it's 280X = 7970 and 280 = 7950. I haven't really paid any attention to the 280 though, but you should be able to tell from the specs.

That is how I read the 280x vs. 280 difference. The 7970 & 7970ghz are the same card, the ghz just has a boost bios.
    
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But, but... That's what I said... XD

Gah, I misread your initial post. My bad - you are correct.
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Basically the 280x is a newer name for 7970, to bring a lower price and some software/game goods along with it.

And people are as expected buying this rebranding move, while I laugh over a drink (chocolate shake), seeing that my old 680, doing 1306Mhz and raping all these new guys.....
post #3795 of 19602
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Basically the 280x is a newer name for 7970, to bring a lower price and some software/game goods along with it.

And people are as expected buying this rebranding move, while I laugh over a drink (chocolate shake), seeing that my old 680, doing 1306Mhz and raping all these new guys.....

My 780 Classifieds disagree. wink.gif
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Is there a specific guide for overclocking Z87 Asus boards?
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So back in topic and me hiding in my corner, I'm back to giving up trying to figure further OC stability on this chip. On the earlier post I indicated that raising VCCIN helped and I was going to try SA/IOA/IOD to see if it improved further - well, after trying those 3 and having no success I went back to what I had before while keeping VCCIN @ 1.85v and it started BSOD again (still only 124).

Fastest BSODs came with VCCIN up at 1.95v but I tried ranges from 1.8v-2.0v with nothing changing. Same for SA/IOD/IOA, changing them by +0.025 - 0.075v with no changes with each increment of the VCCIN values. So after all this I'm back to having to have vcore @ 1.275v just for BF4 @ 4.4giggles and I'm still not sure if that's stable after yesterday's mess.

Yesterday's ambient was hotter @ around 34 degrees so this may have had something to do with it and I'm close to turning off all the safe-guards to see if that might help.
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My 780 Classifieds disagree. wink.gif

780's aren't in the same tier as 680's/7970's or the new 280x.

However, the 290x should be your game.
post #3799 of 19602
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Is there a specific guide for overclocking Z87 Asus boards?

This is as good as it gets (but with different terms used, that may have the same meaning e.g. VCCIN = VRIN = CPU input voltage):

http://www.overclock.net/t/1401976/the-gigabyte-z87-haswell-overclocking-oc-guide
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780's aren't in the same tier as 680's/7970's or the new 280x.

However, the 290x should be your game.

I know. tongue.gif you were boasting a bit, si I thought I would, too.

I assume over 1300 on a 680 is pretty good. I'm almost 1300 game stable, but I can't get that right now because I'm air cooling and don't have a custom bios on them yet. Dang you GPU boost 2.0..... once I get the water cooling up and running and custom bios ill be set.
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