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post #1181 of 2870
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Originally Posted by BiG StroOnZ View Post

Those discounting the fact that AIB cards will be very necessary might need to reconsider because most recent testing of the reference design card maxes out at 1340MHz:



All these big overclock rumors we are seeing are AIB cards.

Also, thermal imaging of stock cooler:

https://vid.me/xs9x

A single forum post is not enough data to conclude that overclocking is that bad on these.
 
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A single forum post is not enough data to conclude that overclocking is that bad on these.

Let's hope so. thumb.gif
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Let's hope so. thumb.gif

Its gpu lottery man, it always has been. I had a 780ti classy that was THE WORST overclocker I have ever had (I couldnt even get 100mhz out of it). Theres always going to be duds that make it off the assembly line. Considering we havent seen even a hint of non reference cards I doubt there is that many people out there overclocking them.
 
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Its gpu lottery man, it always has been. I had a 780ti classy that was THE WORST overclocker I have ever had. Considering we havent seen even a hint of non reference cards I dout there is that many people out there overclocking them.

Define "The Worst" I mean if the Classy hit 1150-1200 still around average overclock for big Kepler. We were expecting at least 1400-1450 average with the 480 reference. Seems a bit low even if it is because of the silicon lottery.
post #1186 of 2870
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Originally Posted by BiG StroOnZ View Post

Those discounting the fact that AIB cards will be very necessary might need to reconsider because most recent testing of the reference design card maxes out at 1340MHz:


All these big overclock rumors we are seeing are AIB cards.

Also, thermal imaging of stock cooler:

https://vid.me/xs9x

Someone pointed out the he didn't raise the power limit for his card rolleyes.gif
post #1187 of 2870
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Someone pointed out the he didn't raise the power limit for his card rolleyes.gif

I see something about voltage in the thread but not power limit:

Page 2 Chiphell Translated


https://www.chiphell.com/thread-1607671-1-1.html
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So I am officially off the RX 480 hype train.

People keep saying around 390X performance with lower power draw. That's fantastic... except there is one issue that I cannot get over; I need two RX 480's to reach the performance I want, and after my previous experiences with Crossfire and SLI, I do not want to go down that route again. I am not a hardcore overclocker or benchmarker. I like to play games, and I NEED something to power this 3440x1440 monitor that I bought about 6 months ago.

Seeing as an overclocked 980 Ti can match/beat and overclocked 1070, I have conceded that there is not a viable upgrade path to the performance I want without either severe compromises (multi-card) or a card that is out of my budget. Because of this, I just bought a 980 Ti CLASSIFIED for $449 from Newegg. Yes, I know it's the "Ref clock" version, but it has such a beefy design on it that it shouldn't have any issues overclocking like a demon... I hope. I also realize it's previous gen tech, but at that price, I can't really pass it up.

I love new tech so much, but I just feel underwhelmed right now. Even if the RX 480 overclocks to the moon and back, it won't reach 1070 or 980 Ti levels, which is where I need it to be... so I have to give it a pass.
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post #1189 of 2870
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I see something about voltage in the thread but not power limit:

Page 2 Chiphell Translated


https://www.chiphell.com/thread-1607671-1-1.html

Something about existing drivers still buggy, and most importantly voltage locked to 1.13V.

Also CCC is locking memory OC to 2050 (8100 effective), and there was something about "I can adjust the sliders but the values reset to default", but not sure if he was referring to clocks or voltage (probably clocks since I don't imagine there's a voltage slider in any part of the drivers)
post #1190 of 2870
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Originally Posted by magnek View Post

Something about existing drivers still buggy, and most importantly voltage locked to 1.13V.

Also CCC is locking memory OC to 2050 (8100 effective), and there was something about "I can adjust the sliders but the values reset to default", but not sure if he was referring to clocks or voltage.

Well I guess that there is still hope for the reference design because of a driver holding everything back then. All of that could be tied to a driver and hopefully not a bios.
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