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post #421 of 991
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Just ordered http://m.newegg.com/Product/index?itemNumber=N82E16835186063

Gonna play around with it and see how it does.

Sweet! Looking forward to seeing your results.
post #422 of 991
someone can misure the mounting hole distance of the heatsink? 52-53mm?
post #423 of 991
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Good luck, I'm half tempted to use this whole 'power gate' to return my reference card to Microcenter when the Nitro comes out. I was going to get an AIB anyways, but this would save me $250 in the process biggrin.gif

I know... I shouldn't... still tempted though.

I thought about it but I already took my card apart, and newegg is real picky about rmas sometimes.
post #424 of 991
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I thought about it but I already took my card apart, and newegg is real picky about rmas sometimes.

wow... seems like everybody want to let go of this card... I'm in a dilemma, should I keep the card?
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post #425 of 991
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wow... seems like everybody want to let go of this card... I'm in a dilemma, should I keep the card?

I only thought about it if I could get a hold of a card that would do over 1400mhz. I'm going to keep this one and potentially cf in the future.
post #426 of 991
After investigating a lot of reviews i am seriously asking myslf why amd could not give us 48 rops even for 10$ more price i bet nobody would say that price is to high but performance would be seriously increased. Most of the tests are showing that rx 480 is losing more performance in 1440p to 390 and other cards with similar power.
post #427 of 991
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wow... seems like everybody want to let go of this card... I'm in a dilemma, should I keep the card?

If you don't have a problem with the card then keep it............

Don't jump on hype trains or anti hype trains thumb.gif
post #428 of 991
I think with the voltage being limited to 1.15 is limiting the oc potential. If we could get it to let's say 1.2 or 1.25 we could pump a few more mhz out. Obviously the stock cooler wouldn't fair well with that but with an aftermarket/aib setup we could get to 1400-1450 stable potentially.
post #429 of 991
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I think with the voltage being limited to 1.15 is limiting the oc potential. If we could get it to let's say 1.2 or 1.25 we could pump a few more mhz out. Obviously the stock cooler wouldn't fair well with that but with an aftermarket/aib setup we could get to 1400-1450 stable potentially.
Don't forget Bios editing...
post #430 of 991
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I think with the voltage being limited to 1.15 is limiting the oc potential. If we could get it to let's say 1.2 or 1.25 we could pump a few more mhz out. Obviously the stock cooler wouldn't fair well with that but with an aftermarket/aib setup we could get to 1400-1450 stable potentially.
what's the max safe voltage for gpu core
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