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Originally Posted by artemis2307 View Post

wow a maxed out OCed 600$ card is stronger than a 230$ card
WOW

I am super curious though as to 4 rx 480s vs 2 1080gtx. Mainly benchmark wise but maybe something new will be on CF side as well. so close to launch and NDA... I have a feeling i will be working when the NDA lifts always happens and it sucks. I wish they did Friday NDA lifts/launches like the movie industry.
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For a card i won't be in the market for i don't think its ever been such a pain waiting this long to see how it performs. It's almost like i have no gpu and i'm waiting for it to come out so i can finally game on lol ...

Anyway 29th is not too far away now and looking forward to all the reviews - i'll skip hardocp - the venom there is just so obvious, Raja mentioning vega now is apparently a big negative story even with internal fighting at amd lol .. Its a pity as i used to like reading that site.

Hopefully someone will do a CFX review shortly after NDA is up so we can see scaling. I mean two of these cards will not be too much more - could equal the street price of the 1070 in most cases - if they stick to RRPs also. 480 CFX in almost any game with 60+ scaling will be quite a bit faster than a 1070 i would think. Heck i'm interested to see how many games it will catch a single 1080 in even.
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I want one of these RX480's so bad! But I love Shadowplay and use it daily.

I've spent some time over the last few days looking for something comparable that I can use with an AMD card.

Their play.tv solution looked promising but it doesn't work for all games and doesn't allow desktop recording.

I've tried a few others too but they're not the easiest to use. An Elgato HD60 isn't going to cut it since I play at 144hz

Seriously how hard is it for AMD to have a Shadowplay copy? I'm convinced this is why many YouTubes enjoy Nvidia more. Their recording software is insanely easy to use.

You can say "real YouTubers don't use Shadowplay and they use big boy software" all you want. But recording PC gameplay with commentary and webcam is much easier using Shadowplay.

Sorry for the rant guys. My issue is a minor one in the grand scheme of the GPU buyers market I'm sure.

I figured I'd post this here since I'm really excited for the RX480 and ultimately hoping someone can show me a solution that I'm looking for.

I just use my phone to record.thumb.gif
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This is probably a silly question, but it can't hurt to ask.

Do you guys think that this heatsink from my old 5770 would fit the 480? The screw holes look very similar in dimensions to the tear down shots of the 480, and the die size looks very similar as well;






Thoughts?
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This is probably a silly question, but it can't hurt to ask.

Do you guys think that this heatsink from my old 5770 would fit the 480? The screw holes look very similar in dimensions to the tear down shots of the 480, and the die size looks very similar as well;






Thoughts?

it'll probably fit, modern AMD cards all use 54x54 holes
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it'll probably fit, modern AMD cards all use 54x54 holes

Do you think it would perform better than the stock reference blower? Only thing I would be worried about is the dimm's not getting direct cooling.
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Do you think it would perform better than the stock reference blower? Only thing I would be worried about is the dimm's not getting direct cooling.
only way to know is to test it out, both doesn't have heatpipe so can't say for sure
I wouldn't be too worried abt rhe VRAMs though, my 290 VRAM runs fine at 1400
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Guys it might be a bit unrelated but do you think for a guy that is not planning to overclock anytime soon since he is playing on 1080p (1050 even) Would the reference blower be best option due to it being just 1 fan making it quiet enough and reliable enough or should that guy (me) wait for AIB cards and see tests and such.

I might overclock it in a year or 2 if and when i change my monitor to something better. Or change the rest of my system before that. FX8350+2x4GB@2400mhz Also haven't overclocked those yet due to no need with my current GPU (GTX650 that's been running at 1201Mhz poor one but still an OC)

You could say i don't have a GPU and am eager to get one so i can play on anything else than "LOW" everywhere
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I would wait for AIB cards if your case air-flow is decent. Most will shut their fans @idle and be quieter when under load.
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Guys it might be a bit unrelated but do you think for a guy that is not planning to overclock anytime soon since he is playing on 1080p (1050 even) Would the reference blower be best option due to it being just 1 fan making it quiet enough and reliable enough or should that guy (me) wait for AIB cards and see tests and such.

I might overclock it in a year or 2 if and when i change my monitor to something better. Or change the rest of my system before that. FX8350+2x4GB@2400mhz Also haven't overclocked those yet due to no need with my current GPU (GTX650 that's been running at 1201Mhz poor one but still an OC)

You could say i don't have a GPU and am eager to get one so i can play on anything else than "LOW" everywhere

 

If you've got a SFF case with lower airflow then you'll want the blower cooler anyway and if you're not planning to overclock the additional cooling potential of AIB models will (pending reviews) likely be unnecessary. Likewise, you wouldn't have any pressing need for an additional 6 or 8 pin if you're not overclocking. I'm not one to advise against waiting for reviews but in your case I'm fairly certain the reference blower card will suit you just fine, particularly if you run a mATX / ITX build.

     
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