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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

Definitely not. It will have a slot cover over the inputs. Also, do you guys (you know who you are) notice that DVI port???? Hmmmm. rolleyes.gif

yess we do smile.gif)
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So... Did anyone bother to actually make a DX12 performance/watt chart? The picture would be quite different I presume... But yeah, of course, it's not nVidia that has the advantage here, so we'll pretend DX12 does not exist nor will ever gain traction.
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Originally Posted by Olivon View Post

Good one here biggrin.gif


http://www.hardware.fr/articles/951-10/nuisances-sonores-temperatures-photos-ir.html

VRM temps are normal, they're well cooled.

biggrin.gif

Gamers Nexus decided make a hybrid RX480 and he was successful in doing that temp-wise. However, the overclocking gain was less than desirable.

Maby it has been posted already, but it's hard to keep up on these threads.....
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kjIHgq2zBU
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Originally Posted by NightAntilli View Post

So... Did anyone bother to actually make a DX12 performance/watt chart? The picture would be quite different I presume... But yeah, of course, it's not nVidia that has the advantage here, so we'll pretend DX12 does not exist nor will ever gain traction.
Honestly, not many people care about dx12 right now. There's all but a handful of games and only one comes to mind that is even worth buying (Deus Ex), and it isn't even out.
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Originally Posted by rv8000 View Post

Actually, there have been one or two reviews showing clock speed drops going from 1080 > 1440 > 4k being ~ 40-60mhz. This issue is likely to be remedied with AIB cards, unfortunate for the reference 480, but that heatsink reminds me of taking apart pentium 3 rigs redface.gif
which reviews?
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GTX 970 cost less than RX 480 in UK now.
Overclockers sell GTX 970 for £199 while RX 480 starts at £229
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Originally Posted by KeepWalkinG View Post

I wanna SApphire Nitro rx 480 !!
Me too... LOL

It will be as fast as 390X w/o throttling, so only about 10% speed bump for me. But still tempted ;p
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Originally Posted by Drake87 View Post

Honestly, not many people care about dx12 right now. There's all but a handful of games and only one comes to mind that is even worth buying (Deus Ex), and it isn't even out.

Upcoming titles in the near future:
  • Battlefield 1
  • Halo Wars 2
  • Forza Horizon 3
  • ReCore
  • Gears Of War 4
  • Watch Dogs 2
  • Deus Ex

Obviously some games are getting patches, and a lot of smaller titles will be using Vulkan/DX12 too.

Total War: Warhammer and Doom are getting patches too, hopefully they do a better job than ROTTR did..

Next year will probably see most titles move towards the new API's, not considering AMD's DX12/Vulkan strengths is bit short sited of people. Whether any of these titles will also be taking advantage of Asynchronous shading i don't know, DICE helped develop Mantel so i think there's a strong chance they play with it a bit.
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Originally Posted by iLeakStuff View Post

GTX 970 cost less than RX 480 in UK now.
Overclockers sell GTX 970 for £199 while RX 480 starts at £229

You also need to factor in the price of rma and a new motherboard when you buy the 480. hehehehehehehe biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by GorillaSceptre View Post

Upcoming titles in the near future:
  • Battlefield 1
  • Halo Wars 2
  • Forza Horizon 3
  • ReCore
  • Gears Of War 4
  • Watch Dogs 2
  • Deus Ex

Obviously some games are getting patches, and a lot of smaller titles will be using Vulkan/DX12 too.

Total War: Warhammer and Doom are getting patches too, hopefully they do a better job than ROTTR did..

Next year will probably see most titles move towards the new API's, not considering AMD's DX12/Vulkan strengths is bit short sited of people. Whether any of these titles will also be taking advantage of Asynchronous shading i don't know, DICE helped develop Mantel so i think there's a strong chance they play with it a bit.
Forgot about BF1. Hopefully the adoption rate is better than dx11 was.
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