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Yes, i just crunched the numbers and we're pretty sure the 480 is going to be clocked at 1266Mhz, not 1400Mhz.

If that's the case, a 1400Mhz OC would put the 480 around the Fury for 3Dmark Fire Strike (3500 roughly)

If it truly is clocked at only 1080Mhz, then the 1400Mhz clockspeed would produce around and perhaps slightly higher than the titan X, which would put it in almost direct competition with the 1070. (29% higher clockspeed)

1080 to 1400 OC
3194(GTX 980 levels)x1.29= 4120.26 (GTX 1070 levels)

1266 to 1400 OC
3194(GTX 980 levels) x1.105= 3529 (R9 Fury levels)

I believe the Fury-like performance is far more realistic although we won't know until the NDA is fully lifted


even with *just* Fury performance, the 480 will compete with the 1070 specifically in DX12 games, the 1070 will have 10-15% greater performance over the 480 in most games. The 1070 would seem far more appetizing if it could be priced at MSRP.
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Yeah, going to over 2GHz for just one or two fast benchmarks but in reality throttling back to 1700MHz in gaming. Nice going there, one more still blindly believing nv marketing hype like it's the word of god. thumb.gif

You're making the assumption that add-in-board companies haven't already solved this issue
Edited by Buris - 6/13/16 at 3:14pm
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Yeah, going over 2GHz for just one or two fast benchmarks but in reality throttling back to 1700MHz in gaming after 15min. Nice going there, so enjoy your massive FPS boost for the first 15min while you play and then the reality hits hard and back to earth. Yet another customer who still blindly believing nv marketing hype like it's the word of god. thumb.gif
get an AIB card or crank up the FE fans and enjoy your perma boost thumb.gif
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Eh.....wackosmiley.gif

He is telling folks to sell their 980 or 390X and that would essentially mean it performs better than both, because there would be no reason to upgrade if it isn't substantially better. Sounds too good to be true IMO, but I sure hope that it is true.
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Eh.....wackosmiley.gif

He is telling folks to sell their 980 or 390X and that would essentially mean it performs better than both, because there would be no reason to upgrade if it isn't substantially better. Sounds too good to be true IMO, but I sure hope that it is true.

Well speaking from a profit standpoint. If you can manage to sell your 980 for 300ish And they buy a RX480 for 240ish then you stand to make up 60 extra bucks and get better DX12 performance + double the Vram.
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If what he says is true then it would mean the results in this leak are true.
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Well speaking from a profit standpoint. If you can manage to sell your 980 for 300ish And they buy a RX480 for 240ish then you stand to make up 60 extra bucks and get better DX12 performance + double the Vram.

I guess you could sell to the unaware, but how much better DX12 performance will it give, and I'm assuming DX11 performance will be slightly better too? If it's not substantially better then what is the point? He made it sound like it'd reach 1070s performance level, and if that is the case it'd be awesome for consumers in general no matter what brand they decide to go with, because AMD would put nVidias pricing to shame.
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Yeah, going over 2GHz for just one or two fast benchmarks but in reality throttling back to 1700MHz in gaming after 15min. Nice going there, so enjoy your massive FPS boost for the first 15min while you play and then the reality hits hard and back to earth. Yet another customer who still blindly believing nv marketing hype like it's the word of god. thumb.gif
OR, or, buy a AIB card that doesnt thermal throttle and enjoy unfettered 2GHz performance.
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Ok so they show the rX 480 w/ OC and w/o OC and the 1070 w/ OC and w/o OC. Why not show 980ti with OC and w/o it? The same goes for 1080. Also I would personally make two separate diagrams for both OC and w/o it. As well as dB levels and heat. This just seems very unprofessional/ fake or can't be trusted. Although that said if this were true a lot of good things would be on it's way here. I just wish that the leaked pick of Sapphire's cheap rX 480 isn't true, it looked horrible. Also What's the full spec of the system and what testing methodology did they use? Also how do they perform in x-fire is what my question is. If they are better (2x RX 480's) than a single 1080 I might change my buying plan.

EDIT: just saw the specs at the top of the corner... (facepalm) But why is in almost black text? thumb.gif

Do you need your mom without and with OC on the list or can we leave the kitchen sink out of it? (just sarc joke, relax!)
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if only AMD had a Freesync monitor comparable to the yumminess that is XB271HU - I would consider trying the red team out redface.gif

Uh... I dunno if you've ever seen the review but just cuz a monitor has Gsync doesn't mean it can't freesync... just sayin...
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