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wow! at 1425 Mhz , it beats 1628 Mhz! That's hard!

 

Graphic Score : 14646 (RX 480 ) vs 14467 ( GTX 970 )

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Now the question is will the AIB model come with factory OC leaving us less room for our personal OC.
If the cards come with 6+8 pins and instead of 1266 they come with 1350 that will leave us very little room to add more if even possible

Those that only reached 1330-1350 were limited by the power and the one that reached 1400 was i guess a winner but with more power even the 1330-1350 should reach 1400 where the one that reaches 1400 could possibly even hit 1500

Myself on other hand don't rly need to OC this card for 1050p but i god damn want an AIB card with better and quieter cooling. And ofc the OC will be needed and used after i get a better monitor biggrin.gif
The power is not the issue when you can reach higher than average results by undervolting, imo. People you need to account for temperature & overshooting the overclock apex.
The cooler is rather potent next to 1070FE, btw. 5200>4000 rpm and lower noise at auto settings.
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480 @ 1487mhz, cooled with H100 (supposedly)





    
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480 @ 1487mhz, cooled with H100 (supposedly)






Making it through Valley is usually a pretty good indicator of stability. But he didn't overclock the memory, so I would like to see that being done also to get a greater grasp of overall max OC on a stock reference PCB.

Looking forward to the completion of this:



Should yield similar results.
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By the way, the guy who slapped aftermarket air cooler and got 1425Mhz clock got a freaking 187 power draw on GPU alone.

That's literally a GPU power draw of R9 Nano. And both are reporting without memory included, as i come to conclude from AMD Robert words.
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By the way, the guy who slapped aftermarket air cooler and got 1425Mhz clock got a freaking 187 power draw on GPU alone.

That's literally a GPU power draw of R9 Nano. And both are reporting without memory included, as i come to conclude from AMD Robert words.

Efficiency definitely not something to write home about.

Fortunately for me though, I don't actually give a crap about power efficiency.
    
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Efficiency definitely not something to write home about.

Fortunately for me though, I don't actually give a crap about power efficiency.

Agreed, I just want to see what these AIB cards can do, this card looks pretty sick:

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Efficiency definitely not something to write home about.

Fortunately for me though, I don't actually give a crap about power efficiency.

Well, sadly it is for me to an extent (i am on power limit, basically) and it's kinda sad to see GF fail so hard and AMD pulling all the rabbits in the hat to cover that up. It does not even paint well for Zen, considering GF are producing it as well.


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Agreed, I just want to see what these AIB cards can do, this card looks pretty sick

Well, as fellows with 960 Strix review pointed out, it will probably draw 200 watts from the slot alone wink.gif
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Well, as fellows with 960 Strix review pointed out, it will probably draw 200 watts from the slot alone wink.gif

Probably not they redesigned everything with the Strix for these 16nm and 14nm cards
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