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The more I hear about the Strix, the more I want to buy the Nitro instead
    
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Originally Posted by Mad Pistol View Post

As little heat as the 1060 will give off, I doubt it will matter. My 1070, even with it's "gimped" heatpipe FE cooler, will reach about 84c (fan speed @ 55%) while overclocked w/ power/temp limits maxed. It will not get any hotter than that, period. Compare that to my old 780, which hit 89c (fan speed @ 79%) when overclocked. Pascal may only be slightly faster than Maxwell, but it is very efficient. thumb.gif
I know, but it's not about temps here. I know those chips are tiny and they can be cooled easily. But i don't like companies to fool us. I mean, Asus is not a small company and i would like to see some better cooler. Sure, in this way they can save money giving "good enough" products. But many people still believe they are the best, and it's not the case. On R9 380 and even on this card, there won't be any problem, but old 7970, 280x, 290, 290x and 300, they all runs damn hot, and people blame AMD for that. Sure, they use more power and overall they are hotter. But looking at what Sapphire has done with the 390x Nitro, well. It's not magic, it's just a matter of effort and "how much do you care about your customers"
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I know, but it's not about temps here. I know those chips are tiny and they can be cooled easily. But i don't like companies to fool us. I mean, Asus is not a small company and i would like to see some better cooler. Sure, in this way they can save money giving "good enough" products. But many people still believe they are the best, and it's not the case. On R9 380 and even on this card, there won't be any problem, but old 7970, 280x, 290, 290x and 300, they all runs damn hot, and people blame AMD for that. Sure, they use more power and overall they are hotter. But looking at what Sapphire has done with the 390x Nitro, well. It's not magic, it's just a matter of effort and "how much do you care about your customers"

Sapphire, Gigabyte, MSI and probably more brands had no problems with cooling Tahiti and Hawaii.

Asus just like to cheap out and they charge piles of money whilst focusing on marketing features and bling like RGB.
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The more I hear about the Strix, the more I want to buy the Nitro instead

Sapphire has a really solid rep, while I've never owned a GPU by them they have a long history of good cards (1ghz 4890 anyone?). They're the benchmark for AMD cards and other AIBs to do better (or worse). The Nitro is gonna be a great card.
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I don't think we will see any Vapor-X on RX 480. Maybe on Vega, but Vapor-X it's quite expensive and that chip doesn't need much cooling. I mean, the reference one is ok and it's basically a recycled can, without any offence

There have been cheaper models with Vapor-X cooling:


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I have figured something out... the reason that Polaris suffers from a texture filtering bottleneck is not due to the amount of Color ROPs (or ROPs for short) but rather due to the amount of Z Stencil ROPs (found in the Render Back End units).

Basically... Polaris could be MUCH more powerful if it moved to 16 RBEs rather than 8 RBEs. In doubling the amount of RBEs you effectively increase the amount of texture filtering performance to an even greater degree. Right now Polaris is stuck at up to 119 GTexel/s when handling int8 texture filtering loads. This figure can be doubled by simply moving to 16 RBEs. Polaris has 128 Z/Stencil ROPs so it really can only function at up to 128 GTexels/s when handling Int8 texture filtering duties. If you move to 16 RBEs you get a boost to 256 GTexels/s. If you move to 24 RBEs (96 Color ROPs and 384 Z/Stencil ROPs) you boost up to 384 GTexel/s and so on and so forth.




See the Fury-X has 16 RBEs and thus can reach 249 GTexels/s (just shy of its 256 GTexel/s maximum).


Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
The RBEs are tied directly to L2 Cache and a memory controller. Therefore the more L2 Cache (or the faster your memory controller as well as Framebuffer) then the least likely you are to bottleneck the theoretical throughput of your Z/Stencil ROPs.


This is likely why AMD have tweaked the cache on Polaris as well as increased the Cache in order to ensure that it delivers near maximum throughput (119/128 is very good tbh).

What this means for Vega... Well if Vega comes with 4096KB of L2 Cache (4MB) then we can expect there to be no Texture Filtering Bottlenecks. One can assume that Vega will have 16 RBEs (like Fury-X before it) and potentially one of the two Vega variants could even have more of these units. If that is the case then we would have grounds for a tough card to beat... it would take a GTX 1080 Ti.

AMD do not even need 1600 or 1800 Mhz at that. At 1266 MHz a Vega GPU with double the RBEs and a healthy increase in terms of CUs (Of course AMD is skipping GDDR5x and going straight to HBM2 for both Vega SKUs) would effectively compete with a GTX 1080 running its ridiculously high clocks (most probably beating it).
This is doable.

To be honest, I stand by what I said, I would like the 4096 part to have 32 RBEs and the 6144 part to have 48 RBEs.

I think that the end result would be no bottlenecks here. This is especially important at for the 6144 part, which could very well be used for 4k multi-monitor setups. At that resolution, that is when the extra memory bandwidth and RBEs are going to really make the difference.

One move that I think AMD could make is to make a revision 2. Kind of like how they did for the 4870, they released a 4890. Maybe release a Rx 481 with double the RBEs?




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Of course Vega would consume more power than Pascal but for high performance... who cares? (plus HBM2 will mitigate some of that extra power usage anyway).

Two RX 480s at 1266 MHz in crossfire are already capable of competing with a GTX 1080 when Crossfire works. As we know... Crossfire replicates texture Data so that means that two RX 480s are not even benefiting from the doubling of Z/Stencil ROPs and/or Texture Units.

If AIB RX 480s are able to clock past 1400MHz and beyond then a Vega GPU stuck at 1200-1300 MHz tops would compete with with a GTX 1080 and beyond.

It looks to me like nVIDIA have also hit a wall in terms of how high they can clock their GPUs (like a Pentium 4 basically). So Pascal going to a GTX 1080 Ti would mean much lower clocks than those currently enjoyed by the GTX 1070 and 1080 GPUs.

My prediction is that AMD will win this round. As unlikely as it sounds... if they effectively do double the RBEs/ROPs and and add a healthy amount of CUs coupled with HBM2 memory. Both high end Vega SKUs are set to give nVIDIA quite the headache if this all turns out to come to fruition.


Yeah but performance per watt would be vastly improved if you think about it on Vega.

  1. They are going to be using HBM2 not GDDR5 (so some power savings right off the bat)
  2. As I said, I'm hoping for 32 and 48 RBEs, not just 8 (versus just 16 on the 4096 part and I presume 24 on the 6144 part)
  3. Polaris will no doubt have other refinements





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Other companies like MSI, Gigabyte, XFX, Sapphire, EVGA, and so on, use a copper plate (nickel plated or copper, doesn't matter) to spread the heat.
Want another example? Two top tear cards, i mean, elite card, Lightning and Matrix Platinum. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Here's the 780ti:


Here is the 290x:
This instead is MSI's Lightning
780ti:


Here is the 290x:


Now THIS is a custom made cooler, a good one. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Another proof?
Bare with me, R9 380 Strix:


Nice uh? Oh wait, GTX 970 Strix:


Just move the standoffs inward for AMD and outward


What's interesting about the Lightning is that they do have a those bumps on the VRM to spread heat. Although the VRM is so overkill that it probably is less of an issue anyways.

Even so, I would like better VRM cooling (ideally a heatpipe going directly over the Mosfets).


Another problem with Asus I have found is that their RMA experience has been a mixed bag. MSI and Gigabyte have both been pretty good to me in terms of customer service. The 290X Windforce by Gigabyte was problematic, but we'll see how they are this round. Sapphire seems to be pretty solid, at least product-wise.
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Sapphire has made a cheap R7 370 with Vapor-X, so there is a chance for 480.
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Sapphire, Gigabyte, MSI and probably more brands had no problems with cooling Tahiti and Hawaii.

Asus just like to cheap out and they charge piles of money whilst focusing on marketing features and bling like RGB.
I'm ok with that, but i really can't stand when i read "Asus is the best" because people heard it from other dumb people. Ok bling bling, but quality first.
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There have been cheaper models with Vapor-X cooling:



I know:D
But let's be honest, who would ever buy such a GPU with a Vapor-X? RX 480 is supposed to be a cheap GPU. I just hope to see some Vapor-X on Vega, because they left out Fury's lineup
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I'm ok with that, but i really can't stand when i read "Asus is the best" because people heard it from other dumb people. Ok bling bling, but quality first.
I know:D
But let's be honest, who would ever buy such a GPU with a Vapor-X? RX 480 is supposed to be a cheap GPU. I just hope to see some Vapor-X on Vega, because they left out Fury's lineup

A lot of people do. If they didn't sell they wouldn't make them.
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Is that what people consider good these days? I have not seen a temp above 33c in 5 years.

With a custom water loop, I would expect that. Nvidia's stock fan design is not the best by any means. AIB partner coolers have proven that.

My GTX 780 temps, btw, are not indicative of what most people will see. That's running a game @ 3440x1440. A 780 was never designed to play games at that res, so its resources are heavily taxed. It's sort of like running furmark with every game (thus the high temperatures). People do not realize that as you increase resolution on your games, the GPU is more heavily stressed and its resources are saturated. This is why many people's temperatures @ 1080P are far lower than those running the cards @ 1440P and 4K.

The 1070, on the other hand, is designed to run at these resolutions. On top of that, the 1070 is a smaller core that uses less power, so it gives off less heat as well.
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