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The specifications of AMD's RX 480 Specifications have Leaked on Newegg listings, revealing that the new AMD GPU will have base/boost GPU clocks. This makes AMD's RX 480 GPUs much more similar to Nvidia GPUs in terms of clock speed variance during gameplay.

This listing on Newegg has now been taken offline, but thankfully the people over at PCPER has managed to grab a screenshot while the listing was still online.

The VisionTek RX 480 GPU is not listed as a factory overclocked model, so it is expected that this GPU features AMD's reference clock speeds, with the GPU having a 1120MHz base clock and a 1266MHz boost clock.

At this time, it is unknown how this new base/boost clock speed model will affect this GPUs performance and overclocking ability.

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I am bit out of the loop. So are all cards going to be RX cards? Did AMD say anything about that.

When they revealed it I thought it to be a placeholder like they aren't sure whether it's R7 or R9.

Will it be like all cards are named RX 460, RX 460X - RX 490 and RX 490X ? headscratch.gif
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I am bit out of the loop. So are all cards going to be RX cards? Did AMD say anything about that.

When they revealed it I thought it to be a placeholder like they aren't sure whether it's R7 or R9.

Will it be like all cards are named RX 460, RX 460X - RX 490 and RX 490X ? headscratch.gif

It seems like it.
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No X

Just
RX480
RX470
RX460
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No X

Just
RX480
RX470
RX460

and what do they do with chips that don't have disabled parts?
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and what do they do with chips that don't have disabled parts?
Does it matter? Just call a full Polaris 11 an RX 460.
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Does it matter? Just call a full Polaris 11 an RX 460.

yes for me it does. I'd like to know it.
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2304 Cuda Cores.... "how you like them apples", said the RX 480 to the GTX 1070.
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2304 Cuda Cores.... "how you like them apples", said the RX 480 to the GTX 1070.

They have stolen cuda cores from Nvidia to make their card good. I knew it!
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and what do they do with chips that don't have disabled parts?
Does it matter? Just call a full Polaris 11 an RX 460
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yes for me it does. I'd like to know it.
Then look it up to see whether or not it's the full die? I fail to see why the model number has to indicate that.
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