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PCPER is doing live cast and interview for RX 480.

Card (2) give away as well!!!!!!!!!!!!! cheers.gif

http://www.pcper.com/news/General-Tech/PCPer-Live-Radeon-RX-480-Live-Stream-Raja-Koduri

Set your calendar for this coming Wednesday at 1:30pm ET / 10:30am PT

EDIT: Added Reddit.

Reddit hosting RX 480 AMA. 14 RX 480 giveaway.

https://www.reddit.com/r/pcmasterrace/comments/4phz39/amd_will_be_making_reddit_history_next_week/
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So, guys, are you keeping your furys or selling them? biggrin.gif

I'm going to use my Radeon Pro Duo for the coming 2-4 years, I wanted something somewhat futureproof and this card is amazing, silent and cool no matter what I throw at it, performance is beast.
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I'm going to use my Radeon Pro Duo for the coming 2-4 years, I wanted something somewhat futureproof and this card is amazing, silent and cool no matter what I throw at it, performance is beast.

It's mostly for development purposes that's why it has a hefty tag on it. It'll only be obsolete by the release of the next development card. Radeon Pro Duo is for graphics editing and 3D Modeling. Games it's average because not a lot utilize it properly with all the crooked AMD or NVidia that fan exclusive features.
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So, guys, are you keeping your furys or selling them? biggrin.gif I was thinking about selling mine and buying rx480. I'll decide when reviews\benchmarks get available and it depends on how well it runs on stock and how well it overclocks if at all.
I guess I would have some money left after buying rx480 and then in a year I could get Vega.: wink.gif
If overclocked rx480 doesn't beat my unlocked fury tri-x then I'll keep it.

Going to wait and see the price and lenght of the new dual 480 card from Powercolor. Might switch to that.

A single RX 480 doesn't seem to as strong as the Fury at higher 1440p+
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So, guys, are you keeping your furys or selling them? biggrin.gif I was thinking about selling mine and buying rx480. I'll decide when reviews\benchmarks get available and it depends on how well it runs on stock and how well it overclocks if at all.
I guess I would have some money left after buying rx480 and then in a year I could get Vega.: wink.gif
If overclocked rx480 doesn't beat my unlocked fury tri-x then I'll keep it.

I dont see why anyone would sell their fury for a RX480, but I guess if you were crossfiring the 480s, sure.
Overclock? so far the reports about the 480 is that its an amazing overclocker, going from stock 1266 upwards to 1500 and even a 1600 reported.
But will that OC make it better than a fury? no idea, will have to wait for benches like the rest of use.

I actually already sold/returned my Fury X and am planning to just coast off a 480 CF till Vega. so... =D
returned for a completely different reason; was getting the infamous display corruption problem with every low-end game I booted, Clockblocker wasnt always helping 100% of the time. rather not have to deal with a workaround while waiting on a solution that may not come. google-fu showed me that this has been an issue since Fury X launch and the only driver to address this issue so far has been 16.6.1 and that only came out a week ago, and it didnt help. rather opt out of the trouble Now instead of later.
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A single RX 480 doesn't seem to as strong as the Fury at higher 1440p+

A 480 is rated at being in between R9 390 and R9 390X performance. but at a MUCH lower TDP, I'm really excited to try them out in crossfire.
Was a bit scared of trying to CF my previous 390 on my Corsair AX850, had it going for a bit but was getting scared because everywhere it recommends at least 1050W to CF 390s and 1100+ for 390X.
So with the loowwww power consumption of 480s I should be golden, probably overkill with my 850W, haha.

I'm just hoping it doesnt end up being like the Pascal fiasco; stock shortage and founder's edition crap, making AIB card prices shoot way above MSRP.
also hoping theres no "Limit 1 per customer" during checkout.
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It's mostly for development purposes that's why it has a hefty tag on it. It'll only be obsolete by the release of the next development card. Radeon Pro Duo is for graphics editing and 3D Modeling. Games it's average because not a lot utilize it properly with all the crooked AMD or NVidia that fan exclusive features.

I do some of that stuff too (3D modeling and art) but I don't agree with you, the card is a beast overclocked and runs games perfectly smooth with crazy FPS where Crossfire is supported, staying silent and cool. I'm not that picky when it comes to graphic fidelity levels so I can easily see myself holding on to this the coming years, all in all it is a great card.
Edited by Medusa666 - 6/25/16 at 10:16am
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So, guys, are you keeping your furys or selling them? biggrin.gif I was thinking about selling mine and buying rx480. I'll decide when reviews\benchmarks get available and it depends on how well it runs on stock and how well it overclocks if at all.
I guess I would have some money left after buying rx480 and then in a year I could get Vega.: wink.gif
If overclocked rx480 doesn't beat my unlocked fury tri-x then I'll keep it.

There are already some reports that RX 480 reaches about ~1400MHz ref PCB/cooler, these are leaks by certain sites which have the cards already. That's ~10% OC headroom, I reckon the cards are not limited by the 6 pin connector as technically more is available than PCI-SIG spec (~190W+75W from slot). The VRM to me is looking like 6+1+1 and IR3567B voltage, which seems pretty powerful for low TDP GPU and wouldn't limit OC headroom IMO. Temps seem what a ref blower would be getting, IIRC ~70C+.

Videocardz RX 480 rumors part 3 , part 6.

This is not to say I don't think RX 480 is gonna be a great "bang for $" card. The Overwatch video by Hardware Unboxed made me go WOW. If I get a RX 480 it will be just to meddle with it and later sell on.

I'd think I'd still be keeping my Fury X, just really like the size, quietness, build quality and performance. Recently a member in the 390 club posted his 3DM FS score, so i7 6700K @ 4.6GHz + 390X @ 1250/1750 vs My i5 4690K @ 4.9GHz + Fury X @ 1145/545 compare link.
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the current news is going around that none of the reviewers have managed to hit 1400Mhz on their cards. i wonder if its the power or cooling restriction. a bit of both including most likely the latter.
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the current news is going around that none of the reviewers have managed to hit 1400Mhz on their cards. i wonder if its the power or cooling restriction. a bit of both including most likely the latter.

I think more power restriction although the cooling is not great. From the other threads it seems fans at 81% ~ 4000 rpm keep the card at 74c at 1380 mhz clock. Reports also of short momentary spikes in mhz up to 1680mhz before power limiters kick in.

The AIB models will have more beefy cooling and plenty more available power.

I think they will see really good oc on those models (1500s i would suspect) although perf/watt will i suspect only be comparable in dx12 to nv cards . Not that i care to be honest about p/w , at least the AIB models will provide extra performance which is a nice change from the pascal AIBs that basically just reduced the noise.
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Ok her are the results from my custom voltage per DPM ROM.

Tess on, "0" PL.
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Tess off, "0" PL.
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Tess on, 50% PL.
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What do you guys think?
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