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Go shout at the AIBs then.
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Anyone know release dates?
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Well this is very said for AMD. Raja Koduri actually disappointed me.. where are AIB cards? Raja? WHERE?!

I mean.. who will buy retail cards? WHO? few people that cannot wait?... almost 20 days after the launch of RX 480 and still no AIB cards... really sad.

Massage to AMD - We do not need your retail cards! All we need is AIB cards from ASUS, MSI, POWER COLOR, SAPPHIRE, XFX, GIGABYTE and so on...
Nobody almost nobody cares about retail cards! When will you learn it?!

Having reference cards in stock will be nice too.

Even the reference ones are either out of stock or very low stock everywhere.
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Having reference cards in stock will be nice too.

Even the reference ones are either out of stock or very low stock everywhere.

I haven't seen OC UK to run out of cards anytime i check for AIB cards being in stock there are always several of the reference models in stock ... ALWAYS even now.

There are even watercooled RX 480 in there ...
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The Asus strix , although likely the latest of the lot sounds interesting. Totally bypassing PCIE power from the mobo slot - Dual pin connector. They quote some pretty impressive % gains too from very small OC %s .

At this rate we will see 1060 AIB land before 480 AIB .. which is a sad thing. Looking forward to some AIB vs AIB reviews in few weeks time.
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You have 4 Geometry Processors each running at 1266MHz. If you multiply 4x1266MHz you get 5064 or 5.1 Gtris/s. Perfect scaling would deliver that amount of GTris/s and we get 4.7 GTris/s for the List benchmark and surprisingly we get even higher performance for Strip (showing that the Hardware Discard Accelerator is working perfectly). In other words... Tessellation is now on par with Maxwell and Pascal efficiency wise (per Geometry processor).

The R9 380x also had 4 Geometry Processors clocked at 975MHz. If you multiply you get 3900 or 3.9 GTris/s. The list performance of 3.7 GTris/s is thus near perfect scaling but the Strip performance of 2.2 GTris/s shows that the R9 380x (like previous GCN products) suffered from low tessellation performance when triangles were smaller than a pixel.

Evidently... Tessellation is no longer an issue for AMDs new GPUs. All AMD needs now is to add more Tessellation Processors for linear Tessellation scaling performance boosts.

AMDs Tessellation woes were due to the small triangle issue which has been entirely resolved. Had Polaris come with 64 ROPs if likely would have given the GTX 980 Ti a run for its money... and that is at 1266MHz. Polaris has a huge achilles heel as it pertains to pixel fillrate and when using 64-bit textures (half rate performance). There also appears to be a bandwidth related issue with Texture Filtering (likely requiring a newer version of HyperZ in order to boost performance in that respect).
Something tells me AMD didn't hit clock speed targets.

It would make sense for them to target similar geometry performance to a 970, a card they were targeting to obsolete.
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Having reference cards in stock will be nice too.

Even the reference ones are either out of stock or very low stock everywhere.

I haven't seen OC UK to run out of cards anytime i check for AIB cards being in stock there are always several of the reference models in stock ... ALWAYS even now.

There are even watercooled RX 480 in there ...

Didn't realize there are so much stock in Europe.

Mostly out of stock in North America if you want to pay MSRP.


Edit: There seem to be plenty of stock in Asia too.
Edited by TheLAWNOOB - 7/17/16 at 12:00pm
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Everyone is just hopelessly waiting for custom cards (myself included)

This might be going into the conspiracy theory territory, but is it possible that even the AIB manufacturers aren't happy with the gains they get from their dual fans or even tri-fans designs? Maybe that's why there's barely any news about it? rolleyes.gif
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Everyone is just hopelessly waiting for custom cards (myself included)

This might be going into the conspiracy theory territory, but is it possible that even the AIB manufacturers aren't happy with the gains they get from their dual fans or even tri-fans designs? Maybe that's why there's barely any news about it? rolleyes.gif

Look how AIB's solved the heat problems on the 290x and also made better PCB's for it, i dont think this RX 480 is any problem for them.

Why its taking so long though i dont know.
I am waiting for a good AIB RX 480 to.
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This looks like an AIB card?


http://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/16288/spy/17096/spy/15835#

Is it a good score?
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This looks like an AIB card?


http://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/16288/spy/17096/spy/15835#

Is it a good score?

AIB my ass. It's someone who claims to be a chick on Chiphell. It's a reference RX 480. Some say the card came in white, some say it was spray painted white.
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