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post #3151 of 3674
Wonder why it is taking so long for AIB cards? Doesn't seem like an intentional exclusivity deal like the FE - maybe they weren't able to get samples to AIB early enough? Or some kind of engineering issues with the AIB cards? How long did it take for custom 290X's, I can't remember?
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Originally Posted by Forceman View Post

I think Anandtech did, but you have to go to their GPUBench results page to see it.

Edit: it is 2240 to 1698.
1070 twice as fast as a 480? By what metric, multiplication of the model numbers?


Thanks
http://images.anandtech.com/graphs/graph10325/82897.png

Well... 7970 vs RX 480 on 64x tess? Waaauuu, 3x... well done AMD.
post #3153 of 3674
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Originally Posted by JackCY View Post

It's actually more than that: 1070/480 = 222%, is it is in fact +122%

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On a more serious note, no new reviews hey?
So far only some crap reviews of 4GB versions have showed up and that's it. Rest is all waiting for being released as always, nothing in shops, nothing stock, bad AMD and it's AIBs.

Where do you pull these bs metrics from? There isn't a single game on the TPU review that has it as twice as fast.
 
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Where do you pull these bs metrics from? There isn't a single game on the TPU review that has it as twice as fast.

It's a joke about the model number being twice as fast.
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My bad. I think that is the 1080 that is about twice as fast as the 480.redface.gif

In any case, mkmitch might fall off his/her chair upon using the 1070 coming from the 6870.lol
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technically GTX1070 is 50% faster than RX480.
where as GTX1080 is 20% faster than GTX1070.
and comparatively speaking, GTX1070 is roughly 6times faster than HD6870.

or to put it on a numerical scale:
HD6870 = 100%
RX480 = 400%
GTX1070 = 600%
GTX1080 = 720%

we've come a loooong way. biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by Bryst View Post

While i dont agree with the description you quoted, i do think its simple and appealing on the eyes. Besides the backplate it would git in just fine in any build. Which helps sell.
thats what i'm implying, its not that i'm saying its a bad design.

rather were they being sarcastic?
the design is basic and simple so it wasn't really sophisticated.
furthermore they've used a similar design before so it wasn't innovative either.
Edited by epic1337 - 7/24/16 at 7:51am
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Originally Posted by epic1337 View Post

technically GTX1070 is 50% faster than RX480.
where as GTX1080 is 20% faster than GTX1070.
and comparatively speaking, GTX1070 is roughly 6times faster than HD6870.

or to put it on a numerical scale:
HD6870 = 100%
RX480 = 400%
GTX1070 = 600%
GTX1080 = 720%

we've come a loooong way. biggrin.gif


The 1080 should be at least 4x the performance 580.


Titan X would safetly put it above 5x. (OCed Tx should get >5X of 670 as well.)
Edited by guttheslayer - 7/24/16 at 7:45am
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After 3 weeks usage of my gigabyte reference 480 I am still just blown away by how quiet it is. I actually used it to replace a nano that had coil whine for days. It's also much quieter than the 980ti golden edition in my other rig. Quickly becoming my favorite card since my 5870.
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After 3 weeks usage of my gigabyte reference 480 I am still just blown away by how quiet it is. I actually used it to replace a nano that had coil whine for days. It's also much quieter than the 980ti golden edition in my other rig. Quickly becoming my favorite card since my 5870.

You should try a 1060 MSI Gaming then. 0dB idle, 28dB load.

Reference RX 480 is 29dB idle, 41dB load. Not exactly what I consider quiet.

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/AMD/RX_480/23.html

"Quoting from the AMD reviewer's guide, "a lot of work has gone into reducing noise levels for the Radeon™ RX 480." Sorry, but no, gaming noise levels are bad. The reference card is noisier than every single card released in recent times, and it runs at well above 80°C too. We confirmed the temperature and noise levels with other reviewers, so it's not only our sample."
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You should try a 1060 MSI Gaming then. 0dB idle, 28dB load.

Reference RX 480 is 29dB idle, 41dB load. Not exactly what I consider quiet.

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/AMD/RX_480/23.html

"Quoting from the AMD reviewer's guide, "a lot of work has gone into reducing noise levels for the Radeon™ RX 480." Sorry, but no, gaming noise levels are bad. The reference card is noisier than every single card released in recent times, and it runs at well above 80°C too. We confirmed the temperature and noise levels with other reviewers, so it's not only our sample."

0db idle is such a marketing gimmick. Idle fan noise on any modern card is about the same (or very close to it) to any decent case fan.
 
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