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$500NZD here for a 480

Yeah sold out too at playtech and dropping fast at computerlounge $530 there tho greedy buggers.
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Those clocks look good with the card undervolted.

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/12833441? - 13930 gfx score - 1355/2100, 10mv undervolt, 50% power

can't seem to get it to make a run with anything over 1355.. stock volts or otherwise frown.gif
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constant 1600mhz boost speeds with no throttling + BF1 hype!
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constant 1600mhz boost speeds with no throttling + BF1 hype!

The aibs might even be worth water cooling .. who knows , depends how temperatures and power levels hold i guess.
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The aibs might even be worth water cooling .. who knows , depends how temperatures and power levels hold i guess.

I would love to see a custom AIB card with dual RX 480s on the pcb, with a custom pcb/power delivery, and watercooled like a 295x2.
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Yeah, I considered going AIB, but I really just needed something to get me through until Vega release when I will actually get a high level card (Because I'll be done with college and have a good job by then). So I saved a few bucks. Also I bought AMD stock for $200 leading up to Polaris release and I sold it yesterday for $300 so you could say I got the card for $139 biggrin.gif

I'm with you there. I'm thinking about waiting till October or November to buy parts for a new work/gaming computer. See what Zen has to offer and then upgrade accordingly. I really don't want to go Intel because AMD has VM support on all chips at a modest price range.
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Results seem to vary and it depends which game too.

http://www.pcgameshardware.de/AMD-Radeon-Grafikkarte-255597/Specials/RX-480-Test-1199839/2/

OC results further down the page show it nipping at the fury X's heels, and that's with a nice memory OC and 1350mhz on the core.

Either way I'd be happy with Nano or Fury (non X) performance.

Hype train has officially been fixed after derailing and is chugging along waiting for AIB variants smile.gif

From that site its already faster in ROTR at 1350 mhz OC .. might be something wrong with that bench.
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I would love to see a custom AIB card with dual RX 480s on the pcb, with a custom pcb/power delivery, and watercooled like a 295x2.

Nah better off with Dual Vega and HBM2.

Card could be reasonably compact and ridiculously irresponsibly powerful, what a dual chip card should be.
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From that site its already faster in ROTR at 1350 mhz OC .. might be something wrong with that bench.

Maybe an older driver for the Fury X results.
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Nah better off with Dual Vega and HBM2.

Card could be reasonably compact and ridiculously powerful, what a dual chip card should be.

After running this GTX 780 for over two years now, I really missed the perks of having a small die card like my 670. Honestly, I don't think I'll ever go with a big die card again. Rather wait until that performance is implemented into a small die card the following year.
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