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That is with a 1000$ cpu, which seems to be a big factor in all the different results being shown.

By running a $1000 CPU you eliminate CPU bottlenecks, but this does not affect the Graphics Score though in 3DMark. So Graphics Score is still relevant.
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Originally Posted by BiG StroOnZ View Post

By running a $1000 CPU you eliminate CPU bottlenecks, but this does not affect the Graphics Score though in 3DMark. So Graphics Score is still relevant.


You are correct lol im exhausted and been reading through these threads for way too long.
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That is with a 1000$ cpu, which seems to be a big factor in all the different results being shown.

I can get 17k physics score with my 5 year old 3970x on AIO cooling and only dual channel ram. (7970 gpu)
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By running a $1000 CPU you eliminate CPU bottlenecks, but this does not affect the Graphics Score though in 3DMark. So Graphics Score is still relevant.

Guru3D chart however is only an overall score, so yeah.
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Audio on my Rampage is now dead, No longer recognizes rear ports except for digital audio. The RX480's are striking maybe

I think you've got another problem it's been determined that the motherboard's voltage limit is at fault not the RX 480. The RX 480 is thirsty and the motherboard sees that so it quenches it as it pleases.
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Guru3D chart however is only an overall score, so yeah.

That's okay though, because it's only @ 1425MHz and is faster than a non-reference Fury (non-X):



If we have up to 1600MHz overclock with the RX480 as suggested by the AIB partners, we will definitely be able it to make it to another 9% increase in performance:



Which would bring us at Fury X levels (and most likely beyond).
Edited by BiG StroOnZ - 7/1/16 at 1:13am
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This 1.6GHz hype train lachen.gif
The chips barely do 1.4GHz.
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This 1.6GHz hype train lachen.gif
The chips barely do 1.4GHz.

Is it your lack of knowledge on GPUs and the 14nm process that makes you believe this is a hype train? It's hardly hype, it's science really. 14nm offers 40-50% improvement in clockspeed compared to 28nm.

And then of course there is this:

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Originally Posted by BiG StroOnZ View Post

That's okay though, because it's only @ 1425MHz and is faster than a non-reference Fury (non-X):



If we have up to 1600MHz overclock with the RX480 as suggested by the AIB partners, we will definitely be able it to make it to another 9% increase in performance:



Which would bring us at Fury X levels (and most likely beyond).
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This 1.6GHz hype train lachen.gif
The chips barely do 1.4GHz.

From my observation the RX 480s are purposely limited for this price bracket. They're limited in this price bracket because of their power modifiers for the graphics cards. They're very power thirsty and the power limit has been modified quite low by default. When we get either a single eight pin or six plus eight pin RX 480 we might see 1.6+ Ghz as they can modify the default power limit on the GPU.
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There's also the part where from what i remember 3dmark of rx480 is consistently higher than it's real world performance implies, so i would need some tests too, though i believe 1450ish Mhz rx480 would contest Nano (outside of being less power efficient rofl).
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