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I'm surprised that you failed to read the graphic score. I admit that it's a bit small compared to the overall score but well rolleyes.gif

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/3717059

A non reference GTX 970 would clock in at about 12-13k Graphics score.
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http://www.3dmark.com/fs/3717059

A non reference GTX 970 would clock in at about 12-13k Graphics score.

A non reference GTX 970 overclocked to stock 980 performance, what a shocker

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But but amd cant overclock,"Overclockers Dream", hot,noise,power consumption,drivers,1700 lolwut oc on ref cooler

Apply more amd memes if you can
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http://www.3dmark.com/fs/3717059

A non reference GTX 970 would clock in at about 12-13k Graphics score.

Yeah, I admit that the ref 480 would be the same as a good custom 970, which is the range of a ref 980.

Should we wait for custom 480 to continue your argument? There will be a nice surprise when 480 got cooled properly and have enough juice to play with thumb.gif
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Yeah, I admit that the ref 480 would be the same as a good custom 970, which is the range of a ref 980.

Should we wait for custom 480 to continue your argument? There will be a nice surprise when 480 got cooled properly and have enough juice to play with thumb.gif

That does seem to be the thing with AMD.

Forever Waiting.
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Yeah, I admit that the ref 480 would be the same as a good custom 970, which is the range of a ref 980.

Should we wait for custom 480 to continue your argument? There will be a nice surprise when 480 got cooled properly and have enough juice to play with thumb.gif

Not really. A custom 970 overclocked to the hilt will match and maybe exceed a stock 980 by a few %. By overclocked to the hilt I mean 1550 core 8000 memory.

Not one single custom 970 reaches stock 980 performance out the box without manual overclocking, so it's a stupid comparison to begin with.
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That does seem to be the thing with AMD.

Forever Waiting.

Just like those waiting for that magical bios so they can do 2.5GHz on air on the 1080 thumb.gif
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Yeah, I admit that the ref 480 would be the same as a good custom 970, which is the range of a ref 980.

Should we wait for custom 480 to continue your argument? There will be a nice surprise when 480 got cooled properly and have enough juice to play with thumb.gif

That does seem to be the thing with AMD.

Forever Waiting.

who is waiting for what exactly? If the RX480 is around 980/Nano perf(it is) like the pre launch rumors suggest what are people waiting for?
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Just like those waiting for that magical bios so they can do 2.5GHz on air on the 1080 thumb.gif

Async drivers. Oh well we will wait a lot for that
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Well, coming from a 280x, I would be perfectly happy with 390/980 performance. Seeing as you have first hand experience with the card do you believe this would fit? It's off of my asus 5770;

I'm not sure but just check if your card has the x bracket at the back. If yes then it would fit. But you have to careful with the VRM, it can be extremely hot.
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I can confirm that the Chinese number is legit. The problem with that "TL;DR" guy is that he failed to aware of the 12467 graphics score, which of course ahead of 970.

A new driver mostly gives some optimization here and there and raises the temp limit to make the card look good, AMD did this before though rolleyes.gif

Ah, my mistake for assuming he did a proper comparison. I cba to remember Firestike scores for everything. Lol

You're my boy blue! (Had to say it)
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