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post #1301 of 2870
So I wonder if on the 29th aibs will show their cooler designs as well?

I think another reason AMD doesn't sell as well is look at the history of sub $300 AMD AIB cards. They usually come with cheap/dinky looking coolers. Look at the gtx 950 cards, the coolers look more beastly than a lot of previous AMD AIB cards and a lot of them come with back plates. I hope the AIBS go above and beyond this time, but at the same time I hope they don't go the led route. Don't know much about zotac, but man their coolers are sexy
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Originally Posted by Forceman View Post

That may be what AMD was aiming for, but the hype train is at full speed and now it is expected to be able to rival the 1070. That is what people are going to remember and expect. Just like the 1080 is an "overclocking failure" because it doesn't clock to 2.3 like people hyped. We saw the same thing with Fury - expectations went too high and suddenly it was a failure for not beating Titan X.
And the 1080 FE was shown to run 67C at 2100, but we saw how that turned out. 150W through that die is roughly the same as the 180W the 1080 is putting through its correspondingly larger die, so thermal density may be a problem once you start overclocking.

The difference is that nvidia set those expectations itself with the whole 2100mhz at 67C demo. AMD hasnt officially said anything about OCing Polaris.
post #1303 of 2870
Oveclockers dream redface.gif
post #1304 of 2870
GTX 1080: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_1080/30.html
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Maximum overclock of our sample is +453 MHz to the GPU's base clock, which increases max Boost from 1898 MHz to 2114 MHz (11% overclock), and 1450 MHz on the memory (16% overclock).

Fury X: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/AMD/R9_Fury_X/34.html
Quote:
Maximum overclock of our sample is 1150 MHz GPU clock (10% overclock). GPU overclocking potential is quite slim. AMD hinted at much higher overclocking potential in their briefings, so I'm a bit disappointed.

It really isn't much of a stretch to call the 1080 an "overclocker's dream".
post #1305 of 2870
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Originally Posted by magnek View Post

GTX 1080: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_1080/30.html
Quote:
Maximum overclock of our sample is +453 MHz to the GPU's base clock, which increases max Boost from 1898 MHz to 2114 MHz (11% overclock), and 1450 MHz on the memory (16% overclock).

Fury X: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/AMD/R9_Fury_X/34.html
Quote:
Maximum overclock of our sample is 1150 MHz GPU clock (10% overclock). GPU overclocking potential is quite slim. AMD hinted at much higher overclocking potential in their briefings, so I'm a bit disappointed.

It really isn't much of a stretch to call the 1080 an "overclocker's dream".

Lowering the bar, 1 step at a time.
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Originally Posted by Forceman View Post

That may be what AMD was aiming for, but the hype train is at full speed and now it is expected to be able to rival the 1070. That is what people are going to remember and expect. Just like the 1080 is an "overclocking failure" because it doesn't clock to 2.3 like people hyped. We saw the same thing with Fury - expectations went too high and suddenly it was a failure for not beating Titan X.
And the 1080 FE was shown to run 67C at 2100, but we saw how that turned out. 150W through that die is roughly the same as the 180W the 1080 is putting through its correspondingly larger die, so thermal density may be a problem once you start overclocking.

there is a difference between nvidias ceo claiming crazy overclockablity while showing 2,1gh@60celsius and amd never stating rx480 beeing a competitor to a 1070. if you believe the fud people place in forums then its your own fault.

you should be a responsible and mature adult who should be able to differentiate between fiction and reality. there can be viral marketeers spouting how amd rx480 will be as fast as a 1070 so people can claim amd and their "fanboys" said x and y so you guys can play the bla
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Originally Posted by magnek View Post

GTX 1080: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/NVIDIA/GeForce_GTX_1080/30.html
Fury X: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/AMD/R9_Fury_X/34.html
It really isn't much of a stretch to call the 1080 an "overclocker's dream".

now lets see what real users get out of their cards...not a golden sample provided by nvidia rolleyes.gif

and where are the 2100+ @ 60celsius nvidia mr.ceo was showing us?

one person said once an overclockers dream and got totally ripped out of context and people lose their mind. nvidia lying constantly out of their southern area and nobody bats an eye thumb.gif
post #1307 of 2870
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Originally Posted by blue1512 View Post

Would you mind link me a listing of 1070 at $379 rolleyes.gif

You dont have the right person for what you quoted:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1603252/wccf-amd-rx-480-can-hit-1-5ghz-new-overclocking-tool-with-voltage-control-coming/1220#post_25279751
Edited by BiG StroOnZ - 6/22/16 at 8:53pm
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Some 1080's barely go over 2000MHz, some go to 2100, but average is about 2050 it seems.
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Thread Starter 
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Pascal is a mere Super Saiyan

but Polaris is the Legendary Super Saiyan

Another analogy completely butchered... rolleyes.gif
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Another analogy completely butchered... rolleyes.gif

Srsly. I have that guy blocked so I don't see his nonsense. Nice post.
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