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Holy mother of god ... 11k@85watts
And with launch drivers... i see some serious potential in this card... 😶

Yeah, that's about stock 380 territory, which had a board TDP of 190W. I can't find much information on 3DMark because not many people test lower end cards. Better then the OCed 285 by about 1.5K which also had a stock board TDP of 190W
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imagine a polaris10 running at 1050/1500 without a six pin and passively cooled ...

That could be the best Graphics card for an HTPC ever ...
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imagine a polaris10 running at 1050/1500 without a six pin and passively cooled ...

That could be the best Graphics card for an HTPC ever ...

Pretty sure that's what P11 is for tongue.gif.

I also said that a few months back that a passive P11 (or P10 if it was manageable) could be an HTPC bestseller. Should be possible though, there were 150W board TDP passively cooled back in the 2xx years.
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Holy mother of god ... 11k@85watts
And with launch drivers... i see some serious potential in this card... 😶

85Watt is the asic only not the board.
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Nvm
Edited by AliNT77 - 7/2/16 at 7:43pm
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85Watt is the asic only not the board.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1603915/any-official-polaris-threads-coming-soon/360#post_25313851

You sure? Then why is there this much difference between first run and third run?
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1603915/any-official-polaris-threads-coming-soon/360#post_25313851

You sure? Then why there's this much difference between first run and third run?

Gpu-z can only calculate asic power. The creator of gpu-z said that

You have to add 30-40 watt to that value to find the real power consumption
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My highest gfx score thus far - http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9097956 - 14213

Settings: 1355/2250 - 1150mv across the board - 1025mv on memory - fan at 100% - temps topped out at 69c
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Gpu-z can only calculate asic power. The creator of gpu-z said that

You have to add 30-40 watt to that value to find the real power consumption

If what what you say is true and I'm inclined to believe you (and thus him). With memory voltage dropped so low as well, I'd be more inclined to 10-15W.

If dropping the GPU voltage 235mV from stock resulted in almost half the draw, I'd expect similar-ish results from dropping the memory voltage 85mV from stock.
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My highest gfx score thus far - http://www.3dmark.com/fs/9097956 - 14213

Settings: 1355/2250 - 1150mv across the board - 1025mv on memory - fan at 100% - temps topped out at 69c

With same settings above I got this 3dmark 11 score - http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/11379753 - 20329 gfx score.

According to http://www.futuremark.com/hardware/gpu - that would put me above the furyX in 3dmark 11.
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