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Originally Posted by Slomo4shO View Post

Hmm seems only reference cards may be available on June 29...

Polaris 10 delayed to Oktober confirmed. frown.gif
post #902 of 2870
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Polaris 10 delayed to Oktober confirmed. frown.gif
LOL i see the man coming back here " i wasn't reffering to refference 480 it was all about AIB OCTOBER LAUNCH " biggrin.gif
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post #903 of 2870
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The AIB's are going to be the ones to watch for OC'ing, the reference only has a 6 pin. Hopefully we don't have to wait to long to see how close it can get to a 980Ti, if anywhere near it.
That's what people thought about the 1080, I'll wait and see.
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No custom stuff, ref. only which in my view is fine as AMD nailed the cooler this time, it looks great, is quiet and performs.

I've always wondered how they're (any mfg) changing blowers on GPUs. They're not exactly new, so how do they make them quiet, good, etc. Basically isn't it a mature tech? What are they doing differently from generation to generation? You'd think after the 5800 no one would make a loud blower anymore.
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I wonder if he's referring to stock 980 Ti or Titan X. Because we all know you can easily squeeze another 30% out of those cards, and given that a 980 Ti @ 1500/8000 = stock 1080, yeah not surprising it "can't rival" the GM200 cards.

But if it can come "near stock 980 Ti" performance, that would still be very good.

Seems pretty conclusive that he believes a 480 will not offer near 980Ti performance. And I trust he knows his stuff, at least when it comes to benchmarks. In games the story might be different but outside DX12 ,it seems polaris 10 will be a step under GM200. But let's see,only a few days left.
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I personally think if this card is between Nano or 980 performance...then is a hit for that Price... the reviews of " Nano CF or 980 Sli" vs the 1080 gtx... its very close...they trade blows if the game is CF/Sli enabled... so at the end of the day everybody wants more for less...in the 100-300 dollar segment of card buyers...

this review should give people some perspective ...no need to be a 980ti or Titan X level to beat a 1070 or 1080... above or equal to Nano and 980 is enough if its put in CF/Sli...in the AMD presentation thats what Radja put in a Slide... no need 700 dollar card for a great experience...they are pushing CF for it...since in DX 12 this card is going to do good...

the review... http://www.pcgamer.com/gtx-1080-review/ Nano CF or 980 Sli" vs the 1080 gtx, if you read the CF and Sli comparison part...then Rx 480 CF makes a lot of sense since nano CF and stock 980 sli hangs with the 1080 gtx in CF/Sli enabled games..only that you are going to do it with 450$ rather then 600 to 700...

so you this card should be a great buy... powerusers can wait for Vega or do CF rx 480 until then...
post #907 of 2870
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Originally Posted by magnek View Post

I wonder if he's referring to stock 980 Ti or Titan X. Because we all know you can easily squeeze another 30% out of those cards, and given that a 980 Ti @ 1500/8000 = stock 1080, yeah not surprising it "can't rival" the GM200 cards.

But if it can come "near stock 980 Ti" performance, that would still be very good.
Just keep this in mind:
And yes, that IS why the card is so cheap, because you have to pay extra for dem LN2 overclocks to get 1080 performance.
From the guy who have a lot of RX480 in his warehouse
"Only a pair of RX480 for 980Ti performance"
https://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showpost.php?p=29654755&postcount=4832
Edited by elina08 - 6/20/16 at 1:30pm
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I've always wondered how they're (any mfg) changing blowers on GPUs. They're not exactly new, so how do they make them quiet, good, etc. Basically isn't it a mature tech? What are they doing differently from generation to generation? You'd think after the 5800 no one would make a loud blower anymore.

Wikipedia so small grain of salt, but there's A LOT more than meets the eye, and I was surprised.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centrifugal_fan#Fan_blades
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So stock performance at the 1266 mhz is roughly 970/390 performance up too 1500 mhz to get near 980 performance?

After sifting through the blah talk and over hype speculation, is what I said above seem like a realistic expectation?
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So stock performance at the 1266 mhz is roughly 970/390 performance up too 1500 mhz to get near 980 performance?

After sifting through the blah talk and over hype speculation, is what I said above seem like a realistic expectation?

5856 puts it at around the 390X, which is the current FS Extreme score we have for it
    
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