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RX 480 making hotcakes blush
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RX 480 making hotcakes blush

Damn, that's quite a bit more than I was thinking.
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Damn, that's quite a bit more than I was thinking.
5000 from ONE AIB partner from ONE country back ordered. And it's enough to delay custom cards just so they can fulfill the reference orders.

That's... quite a lot.
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When you see 500 custom RX 480s stock, wake me up, by then I'm going to cryosleep. Yes the reference ones are selling well, stock is not an issue in EU but the prices tend to be hiked in some countries as a result. Also is it 5000 back order because of normal users or because of yet another mining mania as it was with previous AMD cards? Stupid virtual money miners that steal electricity where ever they can.
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XFX RX 480 DD looking very good in terms of the VRM. The same generic layout as on the reference card, however it uses stronger fets (same as on Hawaii cards, IRF) and the power is sourced from the 8-pin PCI-E power connector.

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XFX RX 480 DD looking very good in terms of the VRM. The same generic layout as on the reference card, however it uses stronger fets (same as on Hawaii cards, IRF) and the power is sourced from the 8-pin PCI-E power connector.


Is this the best AIB 480 card so far in regards to the VRM?
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Is this the best AIB 480 card so far in regards to the VRM?

Impossible to say, since there is no info about ASUS, Gigabyte and Sapphire cards yet. Regardless, the VRM on XFX DD is excellent and sufficient for anything.
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Impossible to say, since there is no info about ASUS, Gigabyte and Sapphire cards yet. Regardless, the VRM on XFX DD is excellent and sufficient for anything.

The same is true for the reference VRM - if one would short the right pads to connect phases 123 with 456 and disconnect 456 from the slot +12V/ground. And maybe replace the 8pin with a 6pin connector.
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The same is true for the reference VRM - if one would short the right pads to connect phases 123 with 456 and disconnect 456 from the slot +12V/ground. And maybe replace the 8pin with a 6pin connector.
Just solder on a custom power board already tongue.gif
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